Crumpton remembered one secret hero he had met during his time as a spy in Africa in the 1980s.
This guy was not recruited by the CIA, he was a walk-in who volunteered to spy for the United States in 2012.
Jonathan Pollard is an American spy who is serving a life sentence for passing on classified information to Israel.
It is a camera, placed there to spy on the folks who dare to show their faces.
The look was inspired by Dutch exotic dancer, courtesan, and the World War I spy Mata Hari.
He saw Dan the spy coming from the total meeting last night.
Envy must own, I live among the great, No pimp of pleasure, and no spy of state.
“The lad is no spy, or he would not speak as frankly as he does,” observed the gentleman.
The girl looked towards the spy with a new interest and a new resentment.
He was too much of a gentleman to wish to spy upon the girl he had promised to marry.
mid-13c., from Old French espier "to spy," probably from Frankish *spehon, from Proto-Germanic *spekh- (cf. Old High German *spehon "to look out for, scout, spy," German spähen "to spy," Middle Dutch spien), the Germanic survivals of the productive PIE root *spek- "to look" (see scope (n.1)).
mid-13c., "one who spies on another," From Old French espie, probably from a Germanic source (see spy (v.)).