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voyeur

view main entry for voyeurnoun [countable]  /vwaɪˈɜː(r)/  /vɔɪˈɜː(r)/ 
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voyeurism

noun [uncountable]

voyeuristic

  /ˌvwaɪəˈrɪstɪk/  /ˌvɔɪəˈrɪstɪk/  adjective
British English pronunciation: voyeuristicClick to listen to the pronunciation of voyeuristicBritish English pronunciation: voyeuristicClick to listen to the pronunciation of voyeuristic
voyeuristic British English pronunciation: voyeuristicClick to listen to the pronunciation of voyeur /ˌvwaɪəˈrɪstɪk/ British English pronunciation: voyeuristicClick to listen to the pronunciation of voyeur /ˌvɔɪəˈrɪstɪk/  adjectiveRelating to unusual and unacceptable sexual behaviour: perversion, sexual abuse, bondage, masochism, sadism, paedophilia, sadomasochism, fetishism, bestiality, incestPeople who talk a lot or too much or are nosey: bore, gossip, rambler, chatterbox, talker, windbag, motormouth, busybody, voyeur, nosy parker

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