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    #1

    'Rummage' = 'sneak through'?

    Hi there,

    Are the following items equal in meaning?

    - Sneak through
    - Poke about
    - Rummage


    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: 'Rummage' = 'sneak through'?

    They are not equal in meaning.

    Please write full sentences to show us how you want to use them.

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