How to Conjugate Sneak Out
- Infinitive: Sneak Out
- Present Tense: Sneak Out/ Sneaks Out
- -ing Form: Sneaking Out
- Past Tense: Sneaked Out
- Past Participle: Sneaked Out
Definitions of Sneak Out:
1. To leave a place without being noticed.
Examples: The thieves sneaked out the store, but they were caught on camera and the video was given as evidence to the police.
If you plan to sneak out, I suggest you do it at night when it’s dark and everyone may already be asleep.
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