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synonyms for voyeuristic

  • nosing
  • curious
  • inquisitive
  • inquisitorial
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How to use voyeuristic in a sentence

Lost Hills is less voyeuristic true crime and more in the mold of Serial, taking a second look at a well-known case with actual reporting.
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For those who choose not to participate and prefer just to listen, there’s an almost voyeuristic feeling, like you’re seeing what other people act like on dates — all the different types of performances hopeful romantics try on for size.
WE CAN’T GO TO A BAR NOW. SO THESE NYU GRADS SIMULATED ONE — AND IT’S WILDLY POPULAR.TRAVIS ANDREWSAPRIL 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO VOYEURISTIC

  • curious
  • inquisitive
  • inquisitorial
  • nosing
  • voyeuristic
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