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Mostly a typing error (See typo) For "Espionage", espionate is actually a real word. It is unlikely to appear in most dictionaries, but I'll be damned if I can't get it in this one (perhaps I'll send it to Oxford University press too?)


(v) To achieve one's goal without detection; to conquer all barriers attempting to prevent reachin one's goal without destroying them.

A proffesional approach to tackling a problem.
Proxies can espionate the ban filter at

James Bond epionated that gaurd post with the minimum of effort.
by Gumba Gumba April 12, 2004
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