- characterized by meddlesome curiosity; prying.
Origin of snoopy
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It was Littlejohn who drew the iconic image of Snoopy dancing on a piano despite Charles Schulz's protests.Garfield Television: The Cat Who Saved Primetime Cartoons
November 5, 2014
I also have tons of espresso-sized mugs with Snoopy on them, in various heroic poses.Tom Reiss: How I Write
August 14, 2013
Snoopy has eyes bigger than Bette Davis, which in turn, makes her probably the most snuggly cat in the world.The 9 Hottest Power Cats of Instagram
August 2, 2013
He has had six reincarnations: Aviator Snoopy, Astronaut Snoopy, Skating Snoopy, Millennium Snoopy, and Flying Ace Snoopy.Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: Floats, Balloons, & More Statistics
November 25, 2011
Undeterred, Charlie Brown almost leads his friends to victory, only to be bested by Snoopy and Woodstock.12 Best Summer-Camp Movies
The Daily Beast
July 7, 2011
This time it was Snoopy Sykes, the most voiceless member of the union.
Snoopy takes the ball from Geordie, rushes around the goal the other way, Mamma, do you see?
Captain Jack and Snoopy in the first five minutes actually put in two goals, with that back goal play of theirs.
And then, just at that last goal didn't that horrid Jumbo make a terrible and cruel swing at Snoopy's ankle, just as he passed.
They could hear their silent, snoopy hands creeping softly over the stones.The Moon Colony
William Dixon Bell
Word Origin and History for snoopy
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