espionage

[ es-pee-uh-nahzh, -nij, es-pee-uh-nahzh ]SEE DEFINITION OF espionage
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ESPIONAGE

Plato does not seem to be aware that espionage can only have a negative effect.

I am neither ashamed of the 'espionage,' nor should I be averse to the marriage.

The world was at peace, and there was no incentive to espionage as there had been in pre-war days.

I will not, as now, be watched and suspected, and be under a state of espionage!

It is "a system of espionage" that prevails under every form of government.

Up to this point, for aught that appeared, he was quite unaware of my espionage.

I had finished my meager toilet, and was glad, for the espionage had been annoying.

He had recognized her, and the espionage of the night in Paris was no longer a mystery.

The espionage, though toilsome enough, was not otherwise difficult.

The custom of espionage has made him suspect that others are as watchful as himself.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ESPIONAGE

spying

nounsurveillance
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