Sneaked vs Sneaped - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between sneaked and sneaped
is that sneaked
) while sneaped
* 1986 , , The Grasshopper Trap , p152
* 1992 , , The Pelican Brief , p275
- In addition to my sneaked' food, Eddit had ' sneaked a chunk of roast beef, a slice of fried ham, three wieners, some cheese, an onion, several quart jars of fruit, a jar of dill pickles, and a jar of canned rabbit.
* 1994 , , Lord of Chaos , p235
*:"I sneaked up and listened," Nynaeve said levelly.
- The restaurant opened at six, and he sneaked' down for coffee, then ' sneaked back to his room.
* snuck (chiefly, North America)
* See sneak for notes on sneaked vs snuck.
* (l) (obsolete), (l) (dialectal),
(dialectal) To check; reprove abruptly; reprimand; rebuke; chide.
(dialectal) To nip; bite; pinch; blast; blight.
- (Bishop Hall)
(dialectal) To thwart; offend.
(colloquial) To put someone's nose out of joint; offend.
- (Shakespeare) - King Ferdinand of Navarre; Berowne is like an envious sneaping frost, That bites the first born infants of the spring. - Line 100 from Love's Labour's Lost
- She was sneaped when she wasn't invited to his party.
(obsolete) A reprimand; a rebuke.
- My lord, I will not undergo this sneap without reply.