Word "SPY" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
(military) a secret agent hired by a state to obtain information about its enemies or by a business to obtain industrial secrets from competitors
Synonyms:
undercover agent

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
catch sight of
Synonyms:
descry, espy, spot

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
watch, observe, or inquire secretly
Synonyms:
sleuth, snoop, stag

Crossword Clues for SPY

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Clue Source Date
Bond, e.g Wall Street Journal 30 Nov 2022
Secret agent The Telegraph Quick 18 Nov 2022
Apple variety Canadiana 07 Nov 2022
One with an inside job New York Times 30 Oct 2022
'I ___ with my little eye . . .' USA Today 26 Oct 2022
Do some snooping USA Today 21 Oct 2022
Secret agent Universal 19 Oct 2022
Secret agent Thomas Joseph 18 Oct 2022
Gather information Family Time 10 Oct 2022
Secret agent USA Today 06 Oct 2022
MI6 asset Wall Street Journal 14 Sep 2022
_____Hill, Saskatchewan Canadiana 12 Sep 2022
I ___ (road trip game) Universal 10 Sep 2022
James Bond, for one LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2022
Plant bugs, e.g Wall Street Journal 29 Aug 2022
View LA Times Daily 18 Aug 2022
Lead-in to ware New York Times 13 Aug 2022
Bug expert? Universal 09 Aug 2022
Secret agent The Telegraph Quick 08 Aug 2022
Double agent, e.g USA Today 29 Jul 2022
CIA operative Eugene Sheffer 21 Jul 2022
Secret stealer Universal 19 Jul 2022
Undercover agent USA Today 04 Jul 2022
"___ vs. ___" (Mad comic strip) Universal 04 Jul 2022
Sight Canadiana 04 Jul 2022
'I ___ with my little eye . . .' USA Today 01 Jul 2022
CIA operative Eugene Sheffer 01 Jul 2022
Use a nanny cam, say Wall Street Journal 28 Jun 2022
Bond, for one Thomas Joseph 28 Jun 2022
Secret agent The Times Concise 23 Jun 2022
Intel collector LA Times Daily 23 Jun 2022
Espionage expert Universal 09 Jun 2022
CIA operative Eugene Sheffer 27 May 2022
"Harriet the __": kid-lit classic LA Times Daily 24 May 2022
Secret agent LA Times Daily 23 May 2022
Secret agent Irish Times Simplex 20 May 2022
Secret agent USA Today 11 May 2022
CIA operative Eugene Sheffer 10 May 2022
Double agent, for example USA Today 09 May 2022
Covert agent Eugene Sheffer 20 Apr 2022
CIA operative Eugene Sheffer 11 Apr 2022
Plant or mole Universal 05 Apr 2022
Stratego piece with an 'S' on it USA Today 29 Mar 2022
Secret agent Newsday 21 Mar 2022
Secret agent Universal 16 Mar 2022
James Bond, for one The Washington Post 08 Mar 2022
James Bond, for one LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2022
Secret agent Newsday 07 Mar 2022
Intel worker? Universal 04 Mar 2022
"___ Kids" (film series featuring secret agents) Universal 19 Feb 2022
Stock thriller character LA Times Daily 05 Feb 2022
Stock thriller character The Washington Post 05 Feb 2022
Cloak-and-dagger sort New York Times 26 Jan 2022
Covert agent Eugene Sheffer 21 Jan 2022
Covert agent Eugene Sheffer 13 Jan 2022
Secret agent USA Today 13 Jan 2022
Mole, say Wall Street Journal 04 Jan 2022
James Bond, for one Wall Street Journal 03 Jan 2022
Catch sight of Premier Sunday 02 Jan 2022
Secret agent Eugene Sheffer 28 Dec 2021
Secret agent LA Times Daily 28 Dec 2021
Mole, maybe LA Times Daily 26 Dec 2021
Gather information by snooping Family Time 19 Dec 2021
International ___ Museum (attraction in D.C. with a 'Stealing Secrets' gallery) The Washington Post Sunday 12 Dec 2021
Bond, for one LA Times Daily 03 Dec 2021
Secret observer The Telegraph Quick 19 Nov 2021
Monitor of a tap New York Times 13 Nov 2021
Notice ends of Möbius strip rarely The Times Cryptic 10 Nov 2021
One may slip past a 4-Down Universal 07 Nov 2021
Northern ___ (curiously named apple variety) New York Times 31 Oct 2021
CIA operative Eugene Sheffer 26 Oct 2021
CIA operative Eugene Sheffer 25 Oct 2021
One doing inside work New York Times 24 Oct 2021
Observe on the sly Newsday 22 Oct 2021
Bond, for one Thomas Joseph 15 Oct 2021
Do some recon USA Today 12 Oct 2021
Mole, e.g Thomas Joseph 06 Oct 2021
Operative Universal 29 Sep 2021
Melissa McCarthy secret agent movie USA Today 24 Sep 2021
Mole, e.g Thomas Joseph 17 Sep 2021
Word with glass or ware The Washington Post 16 Sep 2021
Word with glass or ware LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2021
Secret agent USA Today 22 Aug 2021
Keep an eye on those turning up in The Apocalypse Irish Times Crosaire 21 Aug 2021
Secret agent USA Today 21 Aug 2021
Mole in the bushes? Family Time 16 Aug 2021
Spot Canadiana 02 Aug 2021
Undercover agent USA Today 21 Jul 2021
007, for one Thomas Joseph 21 Jul 2021
Six-foot mole Family Time 13 Jun 2021
Mole, e.g Thomas Joseph 05 Jun 2021
CIA operative Eugene Sheffer 04 Jun 2021
Black Widow, for one Universal 03 Jun 2021
Operative sneaking information Family Time 23 May 2021
Secret agent The Telegraph Quick 17 May 2021
Security breacher Newsday 14 May 2021
Bug expert? New York Times 14 May 2021
Operative LA Times Daily 12 May 2021
Operative The Washington Post 12 May 2021
One cracking codes and eavesdropping Family Time 09 May 2021
'I ___ with my little eye . . .' USA Today 16 Apr 2021
Secret agent Newsday 05 Apr 2021
One who's got the bug? New York Times 27 Mar 2021
One role for Harriet Tubman in the Civil War New York Times 25 Mar 2021
Intel seeker The Washington Post 17 Mar 2021
Intel seeker LA Times Daily 17 Mar 2021
Be a snoop Family Time 22 Feb 2021
007, for one Thomas Joseph 09 Feb 2021
Only Stratego piece with a letter on it New York Times 24 Jan 2021
One may wear a wire Universal 15 Jan 2021
Telephoto lens user, perhaps Newsday 27 Dec 2020
Mole digging through one's property? The Washington Post Sunday 20 Dec 2020
CIA operative Family Time 07 Dec 2020
One might pose as a diplomat USA Today 29 Nov 2020
Secret agent Thomas Joseph 24 Nov 2020
___-fi New York Times 21 Nov 2020
Secret agent USA Today 18 Nov 2020
Keep an eye on revolting characters in The Apocalypse Irish Times Crosaire 14 Nov 2020
Covert agent Eugene Sheffer 27 Oct 2020
Dangerous plant to have around? New York Times 20 Oct 2020
Secret agent Eugene Sheffer 17 Oct 2020
Invasive plant? New York Times 07 Oct 2020
Stealer of secrets USA Today 02 Oct 2020
Person who works with bugs? Universal 28 Sep 2020
Bond, for one Universal 05 Sep 2020
Intelligence agency asset USA Today 26 Aug 2020
Secret agent Canadiana 24 Aug 2020
Piece in Stratego New York Times 22 Aug 2020
Intelligence seeker The Washington Post Sunday 16 Aug 2020
Keep watch (on) Newsday 14 Aug 2020
International ___ Museum (Washington, D.C., attraction) New York Times 18 Jul 2020
Stratego piece Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2020
Secret agent Family Time 05 Jul 2020
Bond, for one Thomas Joseph 27 Jun 2020
Apple variety Canadiana 22 Jun 2020
One might have a cover Wall Street Journal 17 Jun 2020
One sharing secrets The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jun 2020
Operative Premier Sunday 07 Jun 2020
Espionage agent USA Today 28 May 2020
Stratego piece Universal 10 May 2020
___ ring Newsday 08 May 2020
One lurking in the shadows New York Times 05 May 2020
One may hide a camera Universal 28 Apr 2020
Underground worker Newsday 24 Apr 2020
Catch a glimpse of Newsday 22 Apr 2020
Enemy agent Canadiana 13 Apr 2020
Eve in “Killing Eve,” for one Wall Street Journal 07 Apr 2020
Person with a fake passport, maybe USA Today 29 Mar 2020
Mata Hari, for one Universal 09 Mar 2020
Use a nanny cam, say New York Times 04 Mar 2020
Telephoto lens user, often Family Time 01 Mar 2020
Expert on bugs? LA Times Daily 07 Feb 2020
Expert on bugs? The Washington Post 07 Feb 2020
007, for one
One who bugs another person? New York Times 06 Dec 2019
One who bugs another person?
Smart or Solo Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2019
Action movie figure, perhaps USA Today 27 Nov 2019
One has a cover but isn't an open book Universal 25 Nov 2019
Bug planter USA Today 20 Nov 2019
Listening device user Universal 16 Nov 2019
One with a handler New York Times 23 Oct 2019
One with a handler
Jason Bourne, e.g Family Time 20 Oct 2019
Do recon New York Times 01 Oct 2019
Secret agent The Times Concise 26 Sep 2019
James Bond's occupation Family Time 23 Sep 2019
Code carrier, maybe The Washington Post Sunday 15 Sep 2019
Sleeper, perhaps New York Times 23 Aug 2019
Eavesdrop, say Wall Street Journal 15 Aug 2019
Bond, for one LA Times Daily 11 Aug 2019
Bond, for one The Washington Post 11 Aug 2019
Undercover agent Newsday 05 Aug 2019
Someone not likely to show off intelligence? New York Times 22 Jul 2019
Le Carre hero USA Today 18 Jul 2019
MI6 figure Universal 11 Jul 2019
CIA figure Premier Sunday 07 Jul 2019
Secret agent Premier Sunday 30 Jun 2019
Special Stratego piece LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2019
Special Stratego piece The Washington Post 28 Jun 2019
Do a mole's job Universal 26 Jun 2019
Make like a mole LA Times Daily 20 Jun 2019
Make like a mole The Washington Post 20 Jun 2019
James Bond, e.g Wall Street Journal 18 Jun 2019
Intel gatherer Universal 12 Jun 2019
Seeker of intel USA Today 11 Jun 2019
Intel accumulator Newsday 09 Jun 2019
MI6 agent LA Times Daily 21 May 2019
MI6 agent The Washington Post 21 May 2019
One may bug you Universal 12 May 2019
Intel gatherer Newsday 02 May 2019
Catch sight of Universal 02 May 2019
Do undercover work Newsday 17 Apr 2019
007, e.g Universal 15 Apr 2019
Agent of tenant farmer leaves transfer payment Irish Times Crosaire 13 Apr 2019
Cloak-and-dagger type Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2019
Mata Hari was one Universal 09 Mar 2019
Bond, e.g Wall Street Journal 06 Feb 2019
James Bond, e.g Universal 04 Feb 2019
One gathering intel Newsday 09 Jan 2019
Human mole Family Time 07 Jan 2019
Do recon
Wily watcher
Bond, e.g.
Mata Hari was one
Catch sight of
007, e.g.
One might have a cover
Cloak-and-dagger type
Seeker of intel
Bond, for one
MI6 agent
Eavesdrop, say
Make like a mole
Le Carre hero
Do a mole's job
James Bond, e.g.
One may bug you
Sleeper, perhaps
MI6 figure
Intel gatherer
Special Stratego piece
Mata Hari, for one
James Bond, e.g.
Someone not likely to show off intelligence?
Agent The Guardian Speedy 23 Dec 2018
Human mole Universal 09 Dec 2018
Work for the CIA Universal 01 Dec 2018
Agent with a fake passport, perhaps USA Today 27 Nov 2018
Undercover agent The Washington Post 20 Nov 2018
Undercover agent LA Times Daily 20 Nov 2018
Snoop (on) Premier Sunday 11 Nov 2018
Eavesdrop Universal 03 Nov 2018
Second voided penalty notice The Telegraph Toughie 02 Nov 2018
Bond or Bourne USA Today 31 Oct 2018
Gatherer of intel Universal 20 Oct 2018
A gent consumed by Thomas Pynchon Irish Times Crosaire 20 Oct 2018
Jason Bourne, e.g USA Today 13 Oct 2018
007, e.g LA Times Daily 09 Oct 2018
Shadowy figure Jonesin 09 Oct 2018
007, e.g The Washington Post 09 Oct 2018
Nathan Hale, notably USA Today 06 Oct 2018
Dangerous job New York Times 23 Sep 2018
Glimpse The Chronicle of Higher Education 21 Sep 2018
Bourne or Bond USA Today 14 Sep 2018
Catch sight of Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2018
One of many in TV's 'The Americans' The Washington Post 20 Aug 2018
One of many in TV's "The Americans" LA Times Daily 20 Aug 2018
Seeker of intel LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2018
Seeker of intel The Washington Post 08 Aug 2018
Agent The Telegraph Quick 12 Jul 2018
Double agent, e.g Universal 16 Jun 2018
Intelligence pro Wall Street Journal 29 May 2018
Maxwell Smart, e.g Premier Sunday 27 May 2018
Mole, e.g Wall Street Journal 26 May 2018
One with secrets to tell LA Times Daily 12 May 2018
One with secrets to tell The Washington Post 12 May 2018
Do CIA work Universal 24 Apr 2018
Watch covertly Family Time 22 Apr 2018
One using bugs The Washington Post 07 Apr 2018
One of two in a 45-Across feature USA Today 07 Apr 2018
One using bugs LA Times Daily 07 Apr 2018
Intelligence seeker Wall Street Journal 21 Mar 2018
Do undercover work Family Time 19 Mar 2018
Mole Universal 06 Mar 2018
Cloak-and-dagger figure USA Today 27 Feb 2018
Cloak-and-dagger figure Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2018
Secret agent Universal 06 Feb 2018
Wiretapper, e.g New York Times 19 Jan 2018
Clancy novel character The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jan 2018
Cloak-and-dagger figure
Glimpse
Bug expert?
Dangerous job
Invasive plant?
Wiretapper, e.g.
Do CIA work
Double agent, e.g.
Eavesdrop
Gatherer of intel
Undercover agent
Human mole
Secret agent
Work for the CIA
Seeker of intel
One with secrets to tell
One using bugs
One of many in TV's "The Americans"
007, e.g.
Agent with a fake passport, perhaps
Bond or Bourne
Bourne or Bond
Mole, e.g.
Intelligence pro
007, e.g.
Nathan Hale, notably
Jason Bourne, e.g.
Undercover worker Newsday 31 Dec 2017
Snoop (on) New York Times 18 Dec 2017
Someone with intelligence? New York Times 12 Dec 2017
Mole The Telegraph Quick 07 Dec 2017
Seeker of secrets USA Today 20 Nov 2017
Person bugging you? Universal 19 Nov 2017
Person using binoculars, maybe New York Times 09 Nov 2017
Agent of 64-Across Universal 07 Nov 2017
Mole seeking intelligence Universal 25 Oct 2017
Double-O sort New York Times 22 Oct 2017
Secret seeker Wall Street Journal 21 Oct 2017
Gatherer of intelligence Universal 13 Oct 2017
Mole, for one Thomas Joseph 14 Sep 2017
Person wearing a trench coat and sunglasses, stereotypically New York Times 11 Sep 2017
Intel seeker USA Today 07 Sep 2017
007, for one New York Times 14 Aug 2017
Counter conclusion Newsday 22 Jul 2017
One on an op Newsday 06 Jul 2017
Bond, e.g Thomas Joseph 28 Jun 2017
Person seeking intelligence? Universal 10 Jun 2017
Bond, for one Wall Street Journal 05 Jun 2017
Mata Hari, i.e Universal 04 Jun 2017
James Bond is one Family Time 29 May 2017
Bug catcher, maybe New York Times 27 May 2017
Be a secret watcher Universal 20 May 2017
Nonnative plant? New York Times 13 May 2017
Snoop Canadiana 08 May 2017
Work covertly Newsday 27 Apr 2017
Peeper New York Times 13 Apr 2017
One wearing sunglasses, stereotypically New York Times 31 Mar 2017
James Bond is one The Washington Post 06 Mar 2017
James Bond is one LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2017
Collect sensitive material Universal 28 Feb 2017
Le Carre figure USA Today 22 Feb 2017
Secret agent LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2017
CIA operative LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2017
Plant in a government office, maybe Wall Street Journal 03 Feb 2017
Undercover agent Universal 28 Jan 2017
No Clue Canadiana 23 Jan 2017
Mole, for example Newsday 20 Jan 2017
James Bond, for example Jonesin 10 Jan 2017
Gatherer of intelligence
Person using binoculars, maybe
Peeper
Mole seeking intelligence
Person bugging you?
One wearing sunglasses, stereotypically
Person seeking intelligence?
Undercover agent
Double-O sort
Bug planter
Intel seeker
Le Carre figure
Seeker of secrets
CIA operative
Person wearing a trench coat and sunglasses, stereotypically
Snoop (on)
Someone with intelligence?
James Bond is one
Bug catcher, maybe
Nonnative plant?
Agent of 64-Across
Be a secret watcher
Collect sensitive material
Mata Hari, i.e.
Security threat Newsday 29 Dec 2016
One with a phony passport, maybe New York Times 28 Dec 2016
Two-legged plant, perhaps Newsday 16 Dec 2016
Covert agent Newsday 04 Dec 2016
Person handling bugs? Universal 02 Dec 2016
CIA worker Premier Sunday 27 Nov 2016
Nathan Hale, for the Colonies New York Times 23 Nov 2016
KGB figure USA Today 20 Nov 2016
Person with a cover Wall Street Journal 14 Nov 2016
Camp intruder Wall Street Journal 10 Nov 2016
Plant of a sort Wall Street Journal 05 Nov 2016
Bug-planting sort USA Today 03 Nov 2016
Mole, maybe LA Times Daily 30 Oct 2016
Double agent, e.g Jonesin 18 Oct 2016
Many a Tom Clancy character USA Today 03 Oct 2016
Many a character in "The Americans" LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2016
User of gadgets, maybe Wall Street Journal 09 Sep 2016
Secret agent Irish Times Simplex 06 Sep 2016
One may bug you New York Times 31 Aug 2016
Bug someone? Universal 15 Aug 2016
James Bond, e.g Premier Sunday 24 Jul 2016
Do surveillance Newsday 21 Jul 2016
Piece in a Stratego game Wall Street Journal 09 Jul 2016
Undercover infiltrator Universal 04 Jul 2016
Busybody, maybe New York Times 19 Jun 2016
Dead drop user Wall Street Journal 02 Jun 2016
Cloak-and-dagger sort Universal 30 May 2016
007, for one USA Today 23 May 2016
Intelligence gatherer The Washington Post 11 May 2016
James Bond, for one Wall Street Journal 25 Apr 2016
Smiley or Smart USA Today 10 Apr 2016
James Bond, e.g New York Times 05 Apr 2016
Wire planter, perhaps USA Today 05 Apr 2016
Bug planter, perhaps USA Today 10 Mar 2016
Bond or Bourne LA Times Daily 29 Feb 2016
Many a character in 'The Americans' The Washington Post 27 Feb 2016
Gather intelligence Universal 23 Feb 2016
Le Carre subject Canadiana 22 Feb 2016
Plant, perhaps Wall Street Journal 18 Feb 2016
Secret admirer? New York Times 17 Feb 2016
Keep an eye on reputation for being 29 across Irish Times Crosaire 13 Feb 2016
007, for one Eugene Sheffer 18 Jan 2016
Secret admirer?
Many a character in "The Americans"
Busybody, maybe
Nathan Hale, for the Colonies
One with a phony passport, maybe
Bug someone?
Cloak-and-dagger sort
Person handling bugs?
Undercover infiltrator
007, for one
KGB figure
Many a Tom Clancy character
CIA employee Family Time 21 Dec 2015
James Bond, for one Family Time 20 Dec 2015
Notice Newsday 12 Dec 2015
Tom Clancy figure LA Times Daily 12 Nov 2015
Do private eye work Universal 31 Oct 2015
Le Carré figure LA Times Daily 23 Oct 2015
007, for one The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Oct 2015
2015 Melissa McCarthy comedy Jonesin 06 Oct 2015
Half of a classic Mad magazine feature New York Times 04 Oct 2015
2015 Melissa McCarthy comedy New York Times 16 Sep 2015
Infiltrator LA Times Daily 15 Sep 2015
KGB figure Premier Sunday 13 Sep 2015
Maxwell Smart, e.g Eugene Sheffer 12 Sep 2015
One eavesdropping, perhaps LA Times Daily 03 Sep 2015
Authority on bugs? New York Times 31 Jul 2015
Look through a keyhole USA Today 28 Jul 2015
Do private eye work USA Today 22 Jul 2015
CIA employee USA Today 15 Jul 2015
Austin Powers, e.g New York Times 29 Jun 2015
Binoculars user LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2015
Agent Eugene Sheffer 19 Jun 2015
Invasive plant New York Times 12 Jun 2015
Bond, e.g Eugene Sheffer 12 Jun 2015
CIA employee Universal 01 Jun 2015
One of two Mad rivals LA Times Daily 17 May 2015
James Bond, for example Newsday 11 May 2015
Secret Squirrel, e.g Jonesin 07 May 2015
Sleeper, maybe New York Times 03 May 2015
Bond, for one Eugene Sheffer 30 Apr 2015
Expert on bugs? New York Times 22 Apr 2015
Undercover agent Family Time 13 Apr 2015
Watch covertly Universal 28 Feb 2015
CIA operative Universal 19 Feb 2015
One of a pair of Mad adversaries LA Times Daily 23 Jan 2015
Work undercover Newsday 09 Jan 2015
James Bond, for one USA Today 07 Jan 2015
Keep watch Newsday 03 Jan 2015
James Bond, for example
CIA employee
CIA operative
Do private eye work
Watch covertly
One of two Mad rivals
Le Carré figure
Infiltrator
Binoculars user
2015 Melissa McCarthy comedy
Austin Powers, e.g.
Authority on bugs?
KGB figure
Spectre extra
Cloak-and-dagger type
Double agent, e.g.
Stratego piece
Unwanted plant?
Mole, by definition Newsday 01 Jan 2015
007, for one
Keep watch
Mole, by definition
Notice
Peep
Secret agent
Tom Clancy figure
"Austin Powers: The ___ Who Shagged Me"
One of a pair of Mad adversaries
Invasive plant
Undercover agent
Work undercover
Half of a classic Mad magazine feature
Sleeper, maybe
Mad adversary
Certain le Carré character (and le Carré himself, once)
One eavesdropping, perhaps
Mole, maybe
Look through a keyhole
James Bond, for one
Do private eye work
CIA employee
Expert on bugs?
Security threat
Secret stealer
Stratego piece
Plant, maybe
What was Caleb in the Bible?
Many a character in TV's "The Americans"
Be a voyeur, perhaps
Secret collector
Plant, maybe
Peep
Agent of espionage
Double agent
Infiltrator
Look through a keyhole
Watch secretly
Mole or shadow, perhaps
State secret stealer
Valerie Plame, notably
One who bugs people?
James Bond, for one
Stratego piece with a monocle
Fifth columnist
007, for one
Bug planter
Furtive sort
Le Carré's Smiley, for one
Plant gathering information
Human mole
Infiltrator
Bug planter
Clancy novel staple
Get a look at
See suddenly
Bond, for one
Alias user
Cloak-and-dagger type
Double agent
Le Carré character
Wire wearer
Cold War figure
Seek secrets
Jason Bourne, for one
Unwelcome plant?
KGB figure
"Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, ___"
Intel collector
Mata Hari, for one
Person with intelligence?
Place bugs or wires
Use a hidden camera, say
Watch from the bushes
Undercover worker
Watch secretly
007, for one
Julia Child, e.g., during World War II
Bug planter, perhaps
Gain intelligence
Le Carré character
"Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, ___"
Black or white Mad character
Wire wearer
Secret agent
Stealth song off "Morrison Hotel" (with "The")?
Mole, perhaps
Catch sight of
Powers up on the big screen, e.g.
Use a peephole, say
Undercover agent
Work undercover
Plant or mole
Gather intelligence
Caleb, for one
Catch sight of
Intel collector
One seeking intelligence
Secret agent
Work undercover
Operative
Mata Hari was one
Person with intelligence?
Peek through a keyhole
Cloak-and-dagger figure
Watch furtively
"The ___ Who Loved Me"
Catch sight of
Many a bugger
CIA figure
Observe furtively
Mad antagonist
Person of intelligence?
One who might be recruited
Alias user
Caleb, for one
Catch sight of
Intel collector
Secret agent
Black or white Mad character
Intelligence gatherer
Intelligence seeker
Telephoto-lens user, perhaps
Catch sight of
Code user
Le Carré hero, e.g.
Mole, perhaps
Secretly watch, with "on"
KGB worker
Use a tap, perhaps
Watch secretly
Bug user
Mole, maybe
One who may bug you
Plant, perhaps
Look through keyholes
"I ___" (early Cosby show)
Acquire intelligence
Be a mole
Be a voyeur, perhaps
Cloak-and-dagger type
Writer in cipher, maybe
Foe of 71-Across in Mad magazine
Foe of 1-Across in Mad magazine
Try to improve one's intelligence illegally, perhaps
Look through a peephole, perhaps
Code user
Le Carré hero, e.g.
Mole, perhaps
Secretly watch, with "on"
Use a tap, perhaps
Watch secretly
Espionage figure
Secret stealer
Undercover sort
Undercover worker
Watch covertly
World traveler, perhaps
Intel collector
Intelligence gatherer
Spot
Stratego piece
Security threat
Leader of a double life
Prohias protagonist
Snoop
Infiltrator
"I ___" (Culp/Cosby TV show)
Engage in espionage
Espionage figure
Word repeated in Mad magazine's "___ vs. ___"
Passer of secret documents
Invisible ink user
19-Down employee
Mole with secrets
Work undercover, in a way
Bond, e,g.
Telephoto-lens user, perhaps
Smiley or Smart
Secrets stealer
One wearing a wire, perhaps
James Bond, e.g.
Word before and after "vs." in a Mad feature
Security threat
One with a cover
Nathan Hale, e.g.
"Mission: Impossible" figure
One with a cover
Word before and after "vs." in a Mad feature
Austin Powers, e.g.
Agency employee, perhaps
Security threat
Nathan Hale, e.g.
He came in from the cold
Bug planter
Cover girl, e.g.?
Wiretapper, maybe
Nathan Hale, notably
Stratego piece
CIA sort
With 5-Down, snooping aid
Observe covertly
Unwelcome plant
Maxwell Smart, for one
James Bond, e.g.
Observe covertly
One with a code name, perhaps
Thriller hero, often
Security threat
Telephoto lens user, maybe
Do undercover work
Government agent
Mole, for one
One undercover
James Bond, e.g.
One with a code name, perhaps
Thriller hero, often
Bond, for one
George Smiley, for one
007, e.g.
Office plant, at times?
"Alias" type
Intelligence agent
Work under cover
Washington D.C.'s International ___ Museum
'80s-'90s "Separated at Birth?" monthly
Gather info surreptitiously
One might need a cover
Security threat
Bygone satire mag
"Harriet the ___" (children's book)
Le Carré's "A Perfect ___"
Plant, perhaps
Stratego piece (3)
Maxwell Smart, e.g.
Lettered Stratego piece
Do undercover work
Black or white Mad character
Austin Powers, e.g.
James Bond, e.g.
Unwelcome plant?
Infiltrator
George Smiley, e.g.
Bond, for one
007, for one
Be a mole
007, e.g.
Stratego piece
Unwelcome plant?
Stratego piece
Mole, e.g.
Sneak a peek
One who may bug you
Double agent, e.g.
One of two regular Mad magazine opponents
Mata Hari, for one
Eavesdropper
Fake-ID carrier, possibly
Gather info surreptitiously
Person who lies when asked "What do you do for a living?"
Only Stratego piece with a letter on it
Mole
Bond, for example
George Smiley, e.g.
Mole, e.g.
Powers, e.g.
One of two regular Mad magazine opponents
Mata Hari, notably
James Bond, for one
Austin Powers, for one
Person with a code name, maybe
U-2 pilot, e.g.
Mole, e.g.
"And Moses sent them to ___ out the land of Canaan"
Mole
Mata Hari, for one
Intelligence purveyor
Infiltrator
Notice
Double agent, e.g.
One with a wire
Valerie Plame, e.g.
"Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, ___"
Bond, e.g.
Someone under cover
Undercover agent
Plant, perhaps
Cold war figure
Hale, for one
Espionage figure
Covert operator
Cosby's first prime-time role
Le Carre character
Follett figure
Undercover worker
Operative
Undercover agent
Be a mole
Bug someone, e.g.
Acquire intelligence
Intriguing fellow
Finder of secrets
Seek intelligence, in a way
Operative
CIA employee
Cold war figure
Plant, perhaps
Smart, for one
Snoop
Use a hidden camera, say
Intelligencer
Person with intelligence
Smart, for one
Snoop
One with a code name
Catch sight of
Operative
Mata Hari, for one
Use a hidden camera, say
Plant, perhaps
Secret agent
Mole, e.g.
Emulate a peeping Tom
Engage in espionage
Man of intelligence?
Operative
Stratego piece
Hush-hush job
Bond, for one
James Bond, for one
Only Stratego piece that can take a marshal
One with a cover
Secret stealer
Mole
Operative
Valerie Plame, notably
Agent
Engage in espionage
Mata Hari, for one
Stratego piece
Northern ___ (apple variety)
Finder of secrets
Mole with secrets
Intelligencer
Bugger, maybe
Agent
Wire wearer
Engage in espionage
Mata Hari, notably
Austin Powers, e.g.
Edith Cavell, for one
Northern ___ apple
Cloak-and-dagger sort
Smiley or Smart
"I ___" (classic TV show)
Wire wearer
CIA worker
6-Down, for one
Bond or Powers
Kind of glass
Security threat
Secret agent
One of Smiley's people
Intelligencer
Covert operative
Smiley, e.g.
Mole
Sneak
James Bond, for one
Intelligence agent
Defunct humor magazine
Cloak-and-dagger type
Secret trader
Man of intelligence
Covert operator
Wire wearer
Austin Powers, for one
Undercover agent
Covert operator
Cloak-and-dagger figure
Flint or Helm, e.g.
Sneak a peek
CIA operative
Emulate 007
Mata Hari, for one
LeCarré character
Novel type
Tail, maybe
Le Carre hero, e.g.
Northern ___ (apple)
Place bugs or wires
Bug someone, e.g.
One may bug you
One with a cover
Seek intelligence
Shadow, maybe
Spotter
Telephoto lens user, maybe
Sneak a peek
Watch undercover
Snoop
Smart or Bond, e.g.
Industrial fink
Sneak a peek
Mata Hari, e.g.
Mole
LeCarre character
Observe in secret
Operative
"I _____"
'60s series, I ___
Le Carré figure
Le Carré character
U.N.C.L.E. employee
Use binoculars, perhaps
Company man?
Austin Powers, e.g.
Nose around
Austin Powers, for one
Bond, for one
Caleb was one
Caleb was one
Double agent
Le Carre character
Observe in secret
Use binoculars, perhaps
Le Carre character
He'll bug you
One of Smiley's people
U-2 pilot
Investigate intensively
John le Carre character, often
Mata Hari, for one
Black or white Mad character
Mole, maybe
Spook
CIA employee
Abel's occupation
Look through keyholes
Aldrich Ames, e.g.
Philby or Pollard
Snoop
Good looker?
Le Carre title word
Hanssen, say
Finder of secrets
Espionage agent
Mole, maybe
Microfilmer, maybe
Occupation of 15 Across
Mata Hari, for one
Northern __ (apple)
Stratego piece
Double agent, e.g.
Sort of plant
Look through a keyhole
Le Carré character
Patriot Hale, for one
Word with ring or master
Mata Hari, for one
Use a keyhole
Operative
Plant, perhaps
"I _____" (Culp/Cosby groundbreaking show)
le Carre character
Look in (on)
Maxwell Smart, for one
Cosby show I ____
CIA employee
Snoop
Defunct magazine
Follett ferret
Mole
Le Carré staple
Intelligence seeker
Gather intelligence
Do surveillance (on)
Mata Hari, e.g.
Le Carré's Magnus Pym, for one
I ____
Undercover sort
Mata Hari, e.g.
Mata Hari, for one
CIA agent
Peek through a keyhole
Nathan Hale, notably
Bond type
Espionage figure
Agent
Peek in (on)
Double agent
Maxwell Smart, e.g.
I ____ : '60s TV fare
Look through keyholes
Double agent <P>e.g.
Kind of catcher
Scout
Moe Berg for one
Double agent
CIA operative
007, for one
Kind of satellite
Shadow, with "on"
Watch
Hari was one
Le Carre figure
Mata Hari e.g.
Rudolf Abel, e.g.
Nathan Hale, e.g.
Hale or 007
Emulate Hari
Cooper novel, with "The”
Napoleon Solo, for one
Caleb, e.g.
Casanova was one
Hari or Hale
Smiley was one
Espionage agent
What's a Mata?
Agent
Double agent
Ludlum hero
Agent
K.G.B. man
Deighton's Needle, e.g.
Kind of ring or glass
Hale or Hari
Keep watch secretly
Northern ___ (apple)
One who "came in from the cold"
He came in from the cold
Undercover agent
Underground worker
Triple agent
Cooper's "The ___"
Northern ___ (apple variety)
He "came in from the cold"
Agent provocateur
Hari, for one
Kind of glass
Watch stealthily
Mail-drop user
Le Carre character
James Bond, e.g.
J. F. Cooper character
Cooper character
Mata Hari
Certain data-gatherer
Northern, for one
Use a periscope
Bond, e.g.
Northern ___
Hero of many a movie.
Agent.
André.
Double agent.
007, for one.
John André.
Hero of many a tale.
Popular figure in fiction.
Perennial TV hero.
Current-type hero.
Hero of certain adventure tales.
Kind of glass.
Northern ___.
Secret agent.
Undercover man.
Underground worker.
Caleb's role.
Secret watcher.
Northern ___, kind of apple.
Emissary.
Watcher.
Northern ___, winter apple.
Member of G-2.
Scrutinize.
Perceive.
Catch sight of.
Hidden viewer.
Major John Andre, for instance.
Make out.
"The ___," Cooper classic.
Keep watch.
Snoop.
Northern ___, a winter apple.
Peeper.
F. B. I. target.
Mata Hari was one.
Eavesdrop.
See.
Snooper.
Discover.
Mata Hari.
Mole, e.g.
One with a hidden camera pen
One with numerous passports
Salt, e.g.
Sneak
Stratego piece
Character in a trenchcoat and fedora, probably
Intel employee?
Fake passport carrier, likely
Klaus Fuchs, e.g.
Jason Bourne, for one
MI6 trainee
Man on a mission?
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