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Sentence count:84+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-08-12Updated:2017-08-12
Similar words: copyingsayingvyinglyingtyingtryingdyinglayingMeaning: [spaɪ] n. 1. keeping a secret or furtive watch 2. the act of keeping a secret watch for intelligence purposes 3. the act of detecting something; catching sight of something. random good picture
1. He has been accused of spying.
2. Have you been spying on me?
3. He was charged with spying on British military bases.
4. He was arrested for spying on missile sites.
5. The phrase is common diplomatic parlance for spying.
6. I found someone had being spying on me.
7. For eight years she was in fact spying for the enemy.
8. He confessed to spying for North Korea.
9. They used the photographs to blackmail her into spying for them.
10. He had no scruples about spying on her.
11. He was spying on her through the keyhole.
12. She was accused of spying for the enemy.
13. Three Britons are facing the death penalty for spying.
14. Phil, driven by jealousy, started spying on his wife.
15. East and West are still spying on one another.
16. Three diplomats were expelled for spying.
17. He said that someone might be spying on the station and the pilot was ordered to keep track of the strange object.
18. He spent money in spying into the affairs of his wife.
19. A former US diplomat has confessed to spying.
20. Spying was a silly game anyway.
20. try its best to gather and create good sentences.
21. It was spying, giving away secrets, pillow talk ... Luke knew how desperate she was.
22. He said Hanssen had begun spying in 1979 and stopped voluntarily in 1981.
23. Except for rare occasions, he gave up spying.
24. He has issued a short, cryptic statement denying the spying charges.
25. His job as a diplomat was a blind for his spying.
26. He used his job as a screen for his spying activities.
27. The Government disclosed that another diplomat has been arrested for spying.
28. Japan had originally demanded the return of two seamen held on spying charges.
29. The purpose was to encourage other spies to confess since obtaining proof of spying without compromising sources of information is almost impossible.
30. This cowardly and servile Nizan-Pluvinage was ready to lick the dust to deceive the intended victims of his spying.
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