Sneak and Snake


Sneak noun - Someone who acts in a sly and secret manner.
Usage example: “Why, you little sneak,” the mother exclaimed, “you made my birthday present right under my nose!”

Snake and sneak are semantically related in move topic. In some cases you can use "Snake" instead the word "Sneak" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like move stealthily, person who is very dishonest.

Nearby Words: sneaky, sneaking, sneaked, sneaker


Snake verb - To move about in a sly or secret manner.
Usage example: snaking softly through the brush
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Synonyms for Snake

Sneak and snake are semantically related in move topic. You can use "Sneak" instead the word "Snake" as a noun or a verb.

Nearby Words: snaking, snaky

How words are described

live live sneak live snake
original original sneak original snake
little little sneak little snake
bad bad sneak bad snake
Other adjectives: black.

Common collocations

time sneak time snake time
way sneak way snake way
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