snoopiness


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snoop·y

 (sno͞o′pē)
adj. snoop·i·er, snoop·i·est Informal
Likely to snoop; nosy.

snoop′i·ly adv.
snoop′i·ness n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.snoopiness - offensive inquisitiveness
curiousness, inquisitiveness - a state of active curiosity
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snoopiness

noun
Informal. Undue interest in the affairs of others:
Informal: nosiness.
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She admitted viewing records of ward patients she didn't know and said her actions were "completely inquisitive...pure snoopiness and stupidly nosy."
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