[ US /ˌvɔɪjəˈɹɪstɪk/ ]
[ UK /vˌɔ‍ɪjuːɹˈɪstɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to voyeurs or voyeurism
    his voyeuristic pleasures
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How To Use voyeuristic In A Sentence

  • Although maybe the show's ghastly appeal may attract voyeuristic interest.
  • This is also, unfortunately, a quintessentially human thing: to expect others to fail spectacularly before your eyes in order to fulfill a kind of voyeuristic pleasure in their incompetence, to laugh at the delusional aspirants of greatness who are too foolish to recognize their own personal shortcomings. I Dreamed A Dream « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
  • Socially, this in-between condition generates ambiguity - both public and private - and establishes a voyeuristic relationship with the street.
  • She also is nicely complicated: at times arrogant, stubborn, wrong-headed and voyeuristic.
  • I'm attracted to photography for its voyeuristic quality, and I approach the subject in an abandoned, playful, intuitive way.
  • Am I the only one thought beginning to feel somewhat voyeuristic where Ahmed is concerned?
  • The penchant for sports wear among middle-class youth resided on an almost voyeuristic fascination with American hip-hop subcultures.
  • The paintings are voyeuristic vignettes cobbled together from a fragmented narrative with no beginning and no end.
  • Why people would want to read the raving, uninformed postings of anonymous blowhards and braggarts for voyeuristic sport is beyond me.
  • People who mortify the body in some way will always command a voyeuristic interest.
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