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Were it discovered that he had entered the den of vice merely for the purpose of spying, it might go hard with him.
I suppose there's no danger of folks coming down the stairs and spying on us?'
Are you spying upon us poor citizens, to whom is denied aught but the ashes of the bread of life?
The soldiers had evidently dismounted and were spying our movements.
She caught up his hand suddenly, spying upon it a strand of blood.
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.)).