eaves-dropping has been universally condemned, and "listeners," they say, "never hear good of themselves."
If we are going to talk of these things we had better go where there is no chance of eaves-dropping.
We don't interfere; there is no eaves-dropping, or prying behind the curtain.
It never occurred to her that she was eaves-dropping, and even if it had, she would not have felt greatly ashamed.
Just at this juncture, the eaves-dropping by-stander who furnishes the mem.
"Perhaps," thought Moodie, "Colonel Bradshawe is right;" for an eaves-dropping valet had given his scandal wings.
He was charged with eaves-dropping, back parlour scandal, partisanship, and wilful lying.
"Who's eaves-dropping, now," added he, as Mary came suddenly upon him from behind a neighboring shrub.