a spy who makes uninvited inquiries into the private affairs of others
watch, observe, or inquire secretly
- A good snoop would have sat behind the man's desk, looked under it for piles of shoes, rummaged through the bin.
- He had a snoop around her office.
- You should not snoop around in other people's files.
- The house perfects often snoop around our campus at night.
- The policeman has special permission to snoop into the office records.
- Her plan to snoop on the kids backfired and they lost their trust in her.
- I head back to his trailer for a little snoop work.
The press began snooping around.出自： W. C. Williams