nosy adjective \ˈnō-zē\
: wanting to know about other people's lives, problems, etc.
Examples of NOSY
- <nosy in-laws asking about our finances>
- <a nosy coworker sat down right next to us as we were having an unmistakably private conversation>
Origin of NOSY
First Known Use: 1882
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