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curtain-twitchers

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of curtain-twitcher.

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Examples

  • Modern Britain, nation of curtain-twitchers, lethally prurient, a country obsessed with hanky-panky, tuts and clucks and wonders if Mr. Hague is having a hot, steamy "pash" with the fellow.

    William Hague's Hotel Bedroom Boob

  • We even inveigle our citizens to become amateur curtain-twitchers and pecksniffs, demanding that they report "suspicious" activity to the authorities.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • We even inveigle our citizens to become amateur curtain-twitchers and pecksniffs, demanding that they report "suspicious" activity to the authorities.

    Notes and Comments: 18/06/2008

  • Cory Doctorow, March 17, 2009 11: 36 PM From the Free Range Kids blog, the story of Lori from a small town in Mississippi, who sent her 10-year-old on foot to soccer practice, only to have him picked up by the cops, who reported "hundreds" of 911 calls by curtain-twitchers who were horrified at the thought of a

    Boing Boing

  • The problem is that for some unearthly reason politicians and meeja curtain-twitchers think that it is ANY business of theirs what other people choose to do with their bodies.

    The Very Fluffy Diary of Millennium Dome, Elephant

  • Michelle Fairley should win an award for her portrayal of the raven-haired Belfast matriarch, proud and protective of her brood, but who struggled to cope with her boy leaving home and the celebrity gaze, supplying the carpers and curtain-twitchers with plenty of ammo as a result.

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  • Michelle Fairley should win an award for her portrayal of the raven-haired Belfast matriarch, proud and protective of her brood, but who struggled to cope with her boy leaving home and the celebrity gaze, supplying the carpers and curtain-twitchers with plenty of ammo as a result.

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  • “What we have a problem with ‘Internet Eyes’ about is this is a vast voyeur’s paradise of people who can log on from their home - 'curtain-twitchers' - spying on innocent members of the public doing their shopping, he said.

    Internet Surfers Help Catch European Thieves Red-Handed

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