Theirs is a delicious conversation—academic, intimate, professional—on which to eavesdrop.
A brilliant look into the lives of the 1980s East German Stasi (Secret Police) and the civilians they spy and eavesdrop on.
But the FSB has far more power to eavesdrop on Russian and foreign citizens than the FBI or the NSA.
NCIS managed to eavesdrop on phone calls Wright made to his mother, Valerie Burgess.
Though I really wanted to eavesdrop on what went on between the takes with you and Rita and Mary Kay and Meryl.
I had promised not to spy nor eavesdrop, but that did not prohibit escape.
So I judged I'd got to do the other thing—lay for them and eavesdrop.
I don't say I actually hurried away, but I wasn't going to eavesdrop.
"You'd think there were better things to eavesdrop on than fishes," said Urson.
And some fish make noises and the fishermen use these ears to eavesdrop on them and catch them.