(redirected from snooper)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.

snoop about (something or some place)

To investigate, search through, or inquire impertinently into something or some place. Please tell me that the cops won't find any incriminating evidence if they start snooping about your office. Sarah's been snooping about, lately—I think she's starting to suspect me.
See also: snoop

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.
See also: around, snoop

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?
See also: 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!
References in periodicals archive ?
In other words, the BCCN method provides the same level of protection against a snooper using A* to predict A.
Snooper Bowl II will take place February 4, 2006 at the Pontiac Silverdome in Detroit, Michigan and will feature a game between the Snoop Dogg All-Stars, a youth football team coached by Snoop Dogg, and an all-star team from Think Detroit Police Athletic League.
A YOU have the choice of buying a straight camera detector, like the Snooper (www.
Owing to its flexible design, the SedNet(TM) 1394 VME Board can also be used as a 1394 bus snooper / exerciser.
A study by satellite navigation brand Snooper showed that UK drivers are four times more likely to partake in road rage than their European counterparts and have a 36 per cent higher chance of being involved in a minor accident as a direct result.
I FEEL so much more secure in the knowledge that our new 200-strong, highly trained Anti-Smoking Snooper Task Force will soon be out on the streets of Liverpool to protect us from those horrid smokers.
We've teamed up with accessories super-store, Demon Tweeks, to offer one lucky Revved Up reader the fabulous Snooper S6-R, worth pounds 499.
Colonel George Wigg, Paymaster-General in the Wilson government of 1967, with responsibility for security services, was regarded by many fellow MPs as a snooper.
And it's even better value for money if, like the Syrius Plus from Snooper that I tested, you can also use it as a speed camera detector.
As a smoker of many years who is trying hard to give up, I have a rooted objection to some council snooper having the authority to photograph and report me with the possibility of a fine.
Not so long ago we saw the TOAD Inforad hit the market at less than pounds 80, and now Snooper have announced their S2 GPS at pounds 129.
AI'D go for the pounds 400 Snooper Evolution, which detects Gatsos, Specs and Truvelos, alerts you to accident black-spots and can also pick up cops with handheld lasers.
announces several improvements to its state-of-the-art duplicate PNR detection and management application called Super Dupe Snooper (SDS).
But all that is about to change thanks to leading satellite navigation brand, Snooper.
99 top-of-the-range Snooper S5R car camera detector, picking up one up for a bargain pounds 239.