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English definition of “sneaking”

sneaking

adjective     /ˈsniːkɪŋ/
have a sneaking feeling/suspicion to think that something is true but not be sure : [+ (that)] I have a sneaking feeling that the English test is going to be very difficult .Guessing, supposing and suspecting
have a sneaking admiration/fondness for sb UK to like someone secretly , especially when you do not want toLiking
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