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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of evesdrop.
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Just a bunch of class action lawyers saying everyone in the country was harmed because the goverment evesdropped on their conversations, which by the way is also false.
A teenager US intelligence thought was a terrorist because they had evesdropped on him discussing his favorite video games.
The story then was that she was bragging on the phone to her friends when her mother evesdropped on her telephone conversations.