espied espied


  • (v) catch sight of



  1. On a nearby pool they espied a flock of wild ducks cutting the water zigzag.
  2. A group of local Fascisti, sipping their vino pastoso at a local osteria, espied the odious emblem of sedition.
  3. Later, driving through Cambridge with his high-hatted entourage, Edward of Wales espied a man in a boater as battered as his own, waved his bedraggled straw.


  • Supply store and vet suffer losses

    A burglary in Point Reyes Station in the wee hours Sunday morning left the animal clinic bereft of roughly $10,000 worth of flea medication. A deputy driving by the Point Reyes Animal Hospital around 3 a.m. espied a broken window; as it turned out, the perpetrator had thrown a brick...
    on September 19, 2013     Source: Point Reyes Light

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propriety propriety
/prə ˈpraɪ ə ti /