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  • n. Plural form of eavesdropping.


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  • HERMAN: Well, Fred, after 9/11, there were a lot of eavesdroppings that went on and when people found out they were being surveiled, they brought litigations against the telecom companies.

    CNN Transcript Jun 21, 2008

  • He has no major moves, other than going on and on about the legality of his illegal warrantless eavesdroppings and other breakings of the law.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Between these eavesdroppings and the increasingly rare~ visits home ~of his guardian, Chris gradually buiJt up a fuzzy picture of what the colonists seemed to want.

    Cities In Flight

  • Keep your senses alert to examine the odd scraps of hearsay that you will often see in the news, for it is in just those eavesdroppings at the heart of humanity that the press often fulfills its highest function.

    Mince Pie

  • When Lucy had finished the tale of her eavesdroppings, the young fellow shook himself and stood erect.

    The History of David Grieve

  • The gable-end of the cottage was stained with wet, and the eavesdroppings flapped against the wall.

    Wessex Tales

  • Formerly this woman, Mrs. Wick, with her gimlet eyes, and her leech lips, with her spyings and eavesdroppings, with her sour civility, her stinted discharge of obligations, her pilferings and mendacities, would have rather amused than annoyed him.

    Will Warburton

  • The wind rasped and scraped at the corners of the house, and filliped the eavesdroppings like peas against the panes.

    The Return of the Native

  • All the eavesdroppings from SA's real alternative music fest.

    News24 Top Stories

  • Submit your eavesdroppings to overheard@cornellsun. com

    Stories from The Sun


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