Definition of Espionage network
1. Noun. A network of spies.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Espionage Network
Literary usage of Espionage network
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Security Awareness in the 1980s: Featured Articles From Security Awareness (1992)
"East German agents arrested in the United States over the past three years include a woman courier in a KGB espionage network and a prominent scientist ..."
2. Okhrana: The Paris Operations of the Russian Imperial Police by Ben B. Fischer (1999)
"... cases such as the Trest (Trust) deception operation of the 1920s and the Rote Kapelle (Red Orchestra) espionage network of the World War II era. ..."
3. Barrier Reef Espionage: A Peter Kent Story by John Gunn (2006)
"It was a queer setting for the centre of an espionage network, if indeed that was what it was. Another guard appeared, from the shadow of the doorway. ..."
4. Marching to Zog by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1993)
"... 177, 178, 181 agents ferreting out of valuable atomic secrets 165 conspiracy 171 end of Jewish phase of 123 espionage network 171 execution chambers 89 ..."
5. Secrecy: Report of the Commission on Protecting & Reducing Government Secrecy by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Larry Combest (1997)
"... to certain high Government officials operating an alleged espionage network in Washington, DC, on behalf of the Soviet Government . ..."