Alfred interrupted her by sneakingly inquiring as to how she liked the sermon.
But Murder is self-accusingly cowardly and sneakingly human.
And have you not lately aided privately and sneakingly my Rebel Subjects in Corsica?
He goes about, like the cat in the fable, 'pede suspenso,' sneakingly and cautiously!
But to say he couldn't was so sneakingly good that I don't believe it of him.
Then he knew that to tell Locke he did not care to go to the island and later to go by himself would have been sneakingly selfish.
There are two Robs in me; one is sneakingly cowardly, and wants only to curl up in a hole and hide; and the other says: 'S't, boy!
Every one started, and Grump's countenance did not gather amiability as he sneakingly noticed the general distrust.
It means that I'm not a mean, cowardly dog; that I don't go to a woman with a lie in my mouth, and sneakingly deceive her!
In my heart of hearts, way down underneath, I am kind of sneakingly sorry for Harry Townsend.