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adjective as in interfering

noun as in meddling

noun as in obtrusion

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Example Sentences

And they have no idea about the latest revelations of inappropriate NSA snooping.

Eventually Congress learned the NSA was also snooping on U.S. citizens through programs code named Minaret and Shamrock.

In other bipartisan news, President Obama fixes NSA snooping.

JLaw explains to Conan what happens when hotel snooping goes awry.

The technology itself is only about flying without pilots, not snooping from above.

"I been doing a little scientific snooping myself," he announced with a proud ear to ear grin.

I shouldn't wonder if that Dorn Hackett that you were so much took up with three years ago, had come snooping around again.

He felt a little guilty about his snooping, then changed his mind when he remembered that Margot had locked them in.

What would you do but go snooping around when you hear of gold?

Here I've been snooping round for the last two hours, and got a line on nearly every one on board.


On this page you'll find 231 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snooping, such as: analytical, nosy, big-eyed, challenging, forward, and impertinent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.