Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who pries about; a sneak.
- n. A person who snoops.
- n. a spy who makes uninvited inquiries into the private affairs of others
“Oh, you'll get yours as soon as I finish with your pardner, you little hog-wallopin 'snooper, you.”
“Anse turned the jeep into a side passage, and Conn recalled the snooper and sent it ahead.”
“According to Harms, the bridge can no longer support the weight of the "snooper" bucket trucks MoDOT uses to perform inspections.”
“Here we trace his life in pictures Superdatabase tracking all calls and emails legitimate, says DPP Editorial: Britain's creeping surveillance society has got to be reined in David Cronin: MEPs are in danger of striking the wrong balance between the right to privacy and intellectual property Alan Travis looks at a 'snooper's charter' to check texts and emails Personal data pact: 'Most European governments are very keen on this”
“Internet game that awards points for people spotting real crimes on CCTV is branded 'snooper's paradise”
“The futuristic snooper could reach at least Mach 3.2 while soaring above 85,000 feet.”
“Leon Walker, the e-mail snooper charged with a 5-year felony for logging onto his ex-wife s account, has requested sole custody of their 3-year-old daughter.”
“Leon Walker, the "e-mail snooper" charged with a 5-year felony for logging onto his ex-wife's account, has requested sole custody of their 3-year-old daughter.”
“A friend in college set up a booby trap of a precariously placed cup of beer in the medicine cabinet to splash any snooper when the cabinet door was opened.”
“Each morning she entered it with the guilty conscience of a snooper.”
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