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snoop around (something)

to look around in a place, trying to find out something secret or about someone else's affairs. Why are you snooping around my house? I am not snooping around.
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snoop into something

to pry into something or someone else's affairs. I wish you would stop snooping into my business! Whose affairs are they snooping into now?
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snoop

1. in. to prowl around looking for something. What are you snooping around here for?
2. n. someone who prowls around looking for something. Fred is just a snoop. He went through my desk!
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At one point a meme went around, a picture of Snoop and Martha from the holiday brownie episode of her show, clad in a three-piece suit and a holiday sweater, respectively.
Except its not true: Snoop, too, is a felon, having been convicted of drug possession and possession for sale in 1990.
Snoop is writing his own cookbook, one more thing hell have in common with Martha.
Martha says she doesnt consume cannabis, though she says she has gotten a contact high from being around Snoop.
Even though it would seem the ultimate culmination of both personal brands, Snoop and Martha have no plans to launch the most logical merchandising spinoff of their show: a line of gourmet cannabis edibles.
While the Snoops are in-charge, we get a free pass from worrying whether our readers will like our issue or not.
We are equally grateful to our Snoops who tell us how much they loved the program.
I tried out because I thought I might get tickets to One Direction concert or maybe even watch a preview of their movie, 'This is Us,' writes 12-year-old JI Snoop for Batch 2013-2015 Janelle Sofia Cruz.
Writing for Junior Inquirer entailed responsibility, writes JI Snoop for Batch '05-'07 Erika Mina.
In fact, now that I think about it, writing (though important) was one of the less important things I learned in my time with Junior Inquirer, writes JI Snoop Batch '09-'11 Mary Denise Galias.