Meaning of snoopy in English:




See snoop

‘Curious and snoopy, we all watched as they both got out of their cars.’
  • ‘True the regime is snoopy and paranoid, but there is one perspective which should be taken into account by anybody who wants to start criticising them.’
  • ‘He is not a snoopy, self-righteous, trouble-making person.’
  • ‘My parents aren't the snoopy, overbearing kind that stop by to check on your laundry technique.’
  • ‘She looked about twenty something, about as old as Toni, only way too snoopy for her own good.’