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
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 ...
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 as the past tense form of the verb 'sneak' is considered to be a real word ...
tense and past participle most commonly used for this verb is sneaked, as in:.
Aug 9, 2008 ... Both sneaked and snuck are commonly used as the past and perfect tenses for
sneak. However, in formal writing, sneaked is still preferable to ...
verb ( past and past participle sneaked or informal, chiefly North American snuck
/snʌk/ ). 1 [ no object, with adverbial of direction ] Move or go in a furtive or ...
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 ...
Feb 21, 2006 ... Postscript 2: Grammar Girl has a video up (sorry, it doesn't allow embedding) that
says it's sneaked over snuck, if you want to be proper.
The uninvited couple that sneaked into an exclusive state dinner at the White ...
According to TFD, "Snuck is sneaking up on sneaked in usage.
Define snuck. snuck synonyms, snuck pronunciation, snuck translation, English
dictionary definition of snuck. v. A past tense and a past participle of sneak.