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Sneaked or Snuck: Which Is Correct? | Merriam-Webster

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It's a modern English mystery: not so very long ago, a new past tense form of a fairly common verb snuck – or is it sneaked? – into the English language. And no  ...

Sneaked vs. snuck - Grammarist

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Sneaked is the traditional past tense and past participle of sneak. Snuck is new, originating in the U.S. in the early 20th century, but it has become remarkably ...

Snuck or Sneaked | Dictionary.com Blog

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Jul 1, 2015 ... Though some grammarians, particularly in Britain, still prefer sneaked, snuck has achieved widespread acceptance and usage in edited writing ...

Sneaked or Snuck? | Grammarly Blog

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Sep 3, 2016 ... Discover whether “snuck” is an acceptable past participle for the verb sneak.

Sneaked or Snuck: What's the Difference? - Writing Explained

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Learn how to use snuck and sneaked with example sentences and quizzes at Writing Explained.

Regardless vs. Irregardless, Sneaked vs. Snuck, Assure vs. Ensure ...

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Both sneaked and snuck are commonly used as the past and perfect tenses for sneak. However, in formal writing, sneaked is still preferable to snuck. A writer ...

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In American English “snuck” has become increasingly common as the past tense of “sneak.” This is one of many cases in which people's humorously ...

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Jun 20, 2009 ... Garner tells O'Brien "snuck" is not a word. ... Jennifer Garner is right as the correct tense is sneaked not snuck as "snuck" only came around in ...
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Feb 10, 2015 ... What is the past-tense of sneak? Is it "sneaked" or "snuck"? Quick and Dirty Tips presents, " 'Sneaked' Versus 'Snuck' " with Grammar Girl, ...

Snucksneaked in | Sentence first

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Jun 18, 2010 ... The shift from sneaked to snuck is unusual: when verb endings change, they usually go from strong to weak. (Dig, string, and dive are other ...

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Snuck vs. Sneaked - Grammar Rules - Writer's Digest

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Jun 25, 2012 ... "Sneaked" versus "snuck" is one of those classic grammarian conundrums. Here's a simple explanation to make sure you're using the right ...

Is 'snuck' a real word? | Oxford Dictionaries

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Snuck as the past tense form of the verb 'sneak' is considered to be a real word chiefly used in North American English. The origin of the word 'sneak' itself is ...

Sneaking up on “Snuck” - Daily Writing Tips

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In other English-speaking parts of the world, the past form snuck, if acknowledged at all, is usually labeled “jocular.” Personally, I like snuck. To my ear “sneaked” ...