eavesdropper : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a secret listener to private conversations

  • An eavesdropper picked up Britain's Prince Charles making verbal love to his paramour, while Princess Diana was caught in an intercepted cell-phone chat that revealed not only an .
  • His alleged taped conversation with Shakeel sounds innocuous; it would put anyone but a government eavesdropper to sleep.
  • First major witness was Atlanta Insurance Salesman George Burnett, who claimed to have been an accidental eavesdropper on a pregame phone call between Butts and Bryant.
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