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snoopy

snoopy

adjective \ˈsnü-pē\
snoop·i·ersnoop·i·est

Definition of SNOOPY

:  given to snooping especially for personal information about others
snoop·i·ly \-pə-lē\ adverb

Examples of SNOOPY

  1. <she feels that being snoopy is a desirable, even essential, trait in a reporter>
  2. <put a fence around the yard to keep out snoopy neighbors>

First Known Use of SNOOPY

circa 1895

Rhymes with SNOOPY

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