snoopy

[snoo-pee]
adjective, snoopier, snoopiest. Informal.
characterized by meddlesome curiosity; prying.

Origin:
1890–95; snoop + -y1

snoopily, adverb
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snoop (snuːp)
 
vb
1.  (intr; often foll by about or around) to pry into the private business of others
 
n
2.  a person who pries into the business of others
3.  an act or instance of snooping
 
[C19: from Dutch snoepen to eat furtively]
 
'snoopy
 
adj

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It certainly isn't the sheer joy of reminiscing to a snoopy foreign writer.
His team is comprised of a motley group of uninspired ball players with a dog-Snoopy-as shortstop.
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