sneaky


sneaky

adjective \ˈsnē-kē\

: behaving in a secret and usually dishonest manner

: done in a secret and dishonest manner

sneak·i·ersneak·i·est

Full Definition of SNEAKY

:  marked by stealth, furtiveness, or shiftiness <a sneaky trick>
sneak·i·ly \-kə-lē\ adverb
sneak·i·ness \-kē-nəs\ noun

Examples of SNEAKY

  1. They make it look like you're getting a lot more than you really are. It's a sneaky trick.
  2. It's a sneaky way of getting people to buy something they don't need.

First Known Use of SNEAKY

1833

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