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noun as in person who noses around

verb as in nose around

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Hidden defects could allow a stealthy snoop to penetrate the security unnoticed.

We don’t try to address an older target audience with our broader brand campaigns like with a Super Bowl ad, or when we do things with Snoop and Lady Gaga.

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The subscription email service Hey not only blocks these snoops, it also tattles on trackers and tells you exactly what kind each message in your inbox is using.

Her first celebrity beef began when Snoop Dogg started Instagramming some pretty vile things about her, seemingly unprovoked.

The beef began three days ago, when Snoop posted an unflattering Iggy meme to his Instagram.

The Artist Formerly Known as Snoop Lion posts an unflattering meme of Iggy Azalea and all hell breaks loose.

“Hip-hop's involvement in politics isn't a new thing,” the inimitable Snoop Dogg, now known as Snoop Lion, told Daily Beast.

There is no character named Tupac, nor is there a Suge, a Dre, a Snoop, an Afeni, or a Biggie.

Schirr always was a snoop and not above taking money for writing biased stories.

He would occasionally snoop around back porches in search of anything the butcher might have left.

"And she says we're snoop-cats and we might as well go back home—now," continued the Demon.

They also had fun with Snoop, their pet cat, and with Snap, their dog.

A white ball went by them, a very pretty snoop, and pretty soon another lady and a caddy loomed on their range of vision.


On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snoop, such as: busybody, detective, eavesdropper, ferret, gumshoe, and meddler.

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