‘Sneaked’ vs. ‘Snuck’: How to Use ‘Sneaked’ and ‘Snuck’ Properly

Written by the MasterClass staff

Last updated: Feb 25, 2022 • 1 min read

As the English language has evolved, the word “snuck” has joined “sneaked” as a past tense form of the verb “sneak.” You may prefer to use “sneaked” in formal writing, but you can otherwise use “sneaked” and “snuck” interchangeably.