Sneak and Snatch


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Sneak verb – To move about in a sly or secret manner.
Snatch and sneak are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Snatch" instead a verb "Sneak".
Nearby Words: sneaky, sneaking, sneaked, sneaker
Synonyms for Sneak


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Snatch verb – To take physical control or possession of (something) suddenly or forcibly.
Sneak and snatch are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Sneak" instead a verb "Snatch".
Nearby Words: snatching, snatched
Synonyms for Snatch

How words are described

original original sneak original snatch
little little sneak little snatch

Common collocations

guy sneak guy snatch guy
body sneak body snatch body
piece sneak piece snatch piece
food sneak food snatch food
Other nouns: tower, head, corpse, key, ring, weapon, sheep, gun, women, weapons, enemies.
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