sneaking


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Motherhood is considered to be the surveyor's top priority, but they recognize the importance of sneaking in a few moments for personal time.
He faced charges of arson, damaging property and sneaking into a women-only place and putting others' lives at risk.
Chelsea Clinton, (and even Hillary herself) have grudgingly confessed to sneaking a bite of forbidden frosted goodness.
I remember my morn sneaking rutabaga into the mashed potatoes.
A LOVESICK man caused chaos for thousands of airline passengers across the world after sneaking past security for a cuddle.
THIEVES raided homes after sneaking in through unlocked front doors.
Although the Blues boss tipped Albion at the campaign's start to win automatic promotion, he has a sneaking feeling that their Black Country rivals could snaffle the end-of-season glory.