sneak out

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Synonyms for sneak out

leave furtively and stealthily

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A few snapshot memories: Lance's office throwing us a shower, my new brother-in-law, Bob Baker, telling me that ours was the first wedding he'd cried at; the absurdity of dodging four camera crews during the service; the subsequent photo shoot that turned into a news conference; our "best person" actually forgetting the rings and almost tripping into the water fountain as he tried to sneak out to get them; going through U.S.
Lawrence relished that sort of thing - but Martin would prefer to sneak out if he could.