- n a disposition to be sly and stealthy and to do things surreptitiously
- Yes, says the captain of England, the country that was on the receiving end of Maradona's sneakinessand has never stopped moaning about it.
- As Kurochkin wrote almost 150 years ago: "We are used to sneakiness, and we are brave in words only, because we are all as duplicitous as our double-headed Eagle.
- Their sneakiness notwithstanding, the Senators had a strong case for a pay hike.
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- Wings' Datsyuk aging like a fine wine
At 35, Datsyuk is entering old age in his field, yet his sublime skill and sneakiness with his stick safeguards his status as one of game's superstars.
July 30, 2013 - Detroit Free Press
- Conrad Black in Chicago Reader
(The proffer says that in most of these sales the audit committee was left out of the loop.) Black said, "You're not dealing with greed here, and you're not dealing with sneakiness. You're dealing with a best-efforts attempt to accommodate to...
- Jack Del Rio in International Herald Tribune
He's been a solid, hardworking player,Del Rio said. "He's gotten better every year we've been here. He probably played his best football last year. He was very disruptive in the middle. He's got some sneakiness in the pass rush, he shows...
- Adrian Utley in USA Today
In the late '70s, the Sex Pistols and other British punkers "were an overt reaction to what was going on in the country," Utley says. "There was rubbish in the street. We had mass unemployment. Now there's a sneakiness about politics. The...