noun, plural spies.
verb (used without object), spied, spy·ing.
verb (used with object), spied, spy·ing.
Origin of spy
Examples from the Web for spying
Trust us, the Obama administration said, about spying on Americans and restarting the economy through “shovel-ready” programs.
The rebels suspected that Budik, a Georgian citizen, might be spying for a foreign intelligence service.A Torture Survivor on Ukraine's Tortured Ceasefire|Anna Nemtsova|September 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Here is a photo that quite possibly captured a young Putin spying on President Reagan in 1988.How the Actor Donatas Banionis Inspired Vladimir Putin to Become a Spy|Asawin Suebsaeng|September 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The spying scandal ripping Germany and the U.S. apart has deep roots.One Big Reason The CIA Spied on Germany: Worries About Russian Moles in Berlin|Eli Lake|July 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A number of things bother me about the latest revelations about CIA spying in Germany.
It was a shock to know that at last there was something which could make her afraid of Mrs. Bogart's spying.Main Street|Sinclair Lewis
"But all this spying and suspicion among the Turks make the next order the more necessary," he said, when Mitsos had finished.The Vintage|Edward Frederic Benson
Only the quick wink of his eye reassures me of his interest, and gives warning of the spying guard.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist|Alexander Berkman
It was like the curious peeping of which the knight had been guilty, spying through the keyhole upon his wife, Undine.Sleep Walking and Moon Walking|Isidor Isaak Sadger
I halted quickly and waited—yet almost ashamed of myself for spying thus.Hushed Up|William Le Queux