voyeur

[ vwah-yur, voi-; French vwa-yœr ]SEE DEFINITION OF voyeur

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He ate with such visible pleasure that Perry felt like a voyeur.

It was obviously not the case of a voyeur spying on others—not with the kind of excitement the running man had shown.

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peeping Tom

nounperson secretly watching others
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