sneak in(to some place)

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sneak in(to some place)

To enter some place in a quiet, sneaky, inconspicuous, or furtive manner. The burglar snuck in without making a sound. Marty came sneaking into the classroom, late as usual.
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sneak in(to some place)

to enter a place quietly and in secret, perhaps without a ticket or permission. The kids tried to sneak into the rock concert, but they were stopped by the guards. Never try to sneak in. Sometimes they arrest you for trespassing.
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Lin has reportedly been spotted sneaking into several homes and factories in Manzhou Township in recent months.
He said: 'The visit had all the trappings of a fugitive sneaking into America under a 'special diplomatic waiver'.
Summary: Suspect accused of sneaking into bedroom of his wife's sister at 4am, trying to abuse her sexually
Dubai: A man has been accused of sneaking into his sister-in-law's bedroom through the window and attempting to abuse her sexually, a court heard on Tuesday.
Of course, a Government ban will be slapped on it immediately to stop it being sold to the general public, not to stop some spotty youth sneaking into the girls changing rooms, but because they recognise its potential as a wonderful piece of kit for official snooping.
Once they do become available, how do you stop spotty youths sneaking into the girls changing rooms?
A BURGLAR left a woman devastated after sneaking into her home as she took a shower.
A fortnight after the raid, Scott stole bank cards and pounds 50 from a kitchen after sneaking into a house in Hawthorn Road, Ashington, fleeing after the woman occupant confronted him in the yard.
ST MIRREN were spotted sneaking into training yesterday - on the eve of attempting to open the door to the SPL.
BURGLARS have been taking advantage of the warmer weather by sneaking into Coventry houses through open windows.
American coots (Fulica americana) wage covert egg wars among themselves, sneaking into a neighboring nest to deposit an egg for the other family to raise, explains Bruce E.
As young as 5, he was sneaking into the studio to make songs.
He faced charges of arson, damaging property and sneaking into a women-only place and putting others' lives at risk.
"Thieves have been targeting insecure doors, trying handles and sneaking into unlocked homes, snatching any items left in the hall, including house and car keys, handbags and wallets.
"A Palestinian man had complained about a drunk stranger sneaking into his flat.