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Synonyms for eavesdrop

Synonyms for eavesdrop

to observe or listen in secret to obtain information

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Synonyms for eavesdrop

listen without the speaker's knowledge

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Hibiscus, the mount of Seamie Heffernan, has finished in the first three on all four of her starts, most recently at Listowel ten days ago when she lost out by a neck to Nannys Well over a mile, while Donnacha O'Brien partners Eavesdrop, who achieved her best placing on her most recent appearance when second over 1m4f at Roscommon.
Seaham Library is the perfect place to install the Eavesdrop Box as it is at the heart of the community and they were very keen to get support Stolen Voices," said Johanna.
Given that history, the wiretapping of American citizens that went on during the 1960s and the Bush administration's frequent disregard for ethical and legal norms during the last seven years, no one can expect that this license to eavesdrop on Americans' international communications will not be misused.
And the government has the right to eavesdrop on such calls as long as a warrant has been issued by the secret court established under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) of 1978--a warrant easily obtained.
You can eavesdrop on a conversation in the gallery's cafeteria through a drinks machine, or listen to George the caretaker's radio through a tube while enjoying a view of the park surrounding the gallery.
Eavesdrop Soup is spoken word Slam champ Matt Cook's second volume of poetry and clearly documents him as a continuing and established original voice in American poetry.
So, personally I read the website just for the juicy gossip column, the aptly named Eavesdrop section, the remaining tantalising headlines not being accessible.
Researchers at Harvard University, Boston University, and BBN Technologies reportedly have discovered a technology to make computer networks so secure that even the simplest attempts to eavesdrop will interrupt the flow of data and alert administrators.
Worried officials at some installations fear the specially adapted Coke cans which contain mobile phones and global positioning chips could be used to eavesdrop.
Law enforcement authorities have not resorted to wiretapping since controversial legislation that allows the government to eavesdrop on communications involving organized crime was introduced two years ago, the Justice Ministry said Friday.
Mankin can also use the specially designed clamps to eavesdrop on larvae in stored products or sawflies inside wheat stems.
To achieve the insidious practice of tapping into secure data, wireless pirates need only to dial into the wireless network and then intercept or eavesdrop on backbone activity on a traditional Internet network of servers and desktops.
Is it possible that the suspects had used computers to surreptitiously eavesdrop on the officers during the execution of the warrant?
London, Jan 5 (ANI): Spiders eavesdrop on other males and copy their courtship signals as a likely means of stealing their mate, according to a new study.
We have a mass of subjects of operational and investigative activities, who may eavesdrop lawfully.