[ UK /pˈiːk/ ]
[ US /ˈpik/ ]
  1. throw a glance at; take a brief look at
    She only glanced at the paper
    I only peeked--I didn't see anything interesting
  1. a secret look
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How To Use peek In A Sentence

  • Otherwise, knotholers, who named their vantage point after the knotholes in old wooden outfield fences through which fans could sneak peeks, enforce their own unwritten code of conduct. Watching Baseball Through 'Knothole' Isn't Naughty When Giants Play
  • I suppose I could sneak a peek at a friend's Kindle, but is that the same?
  • The child who is peeking around the corner of the chair is a little girl.
  • Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE: MDT), today announced the U.S. launch of the X-STOP PEEK IPD System, the first interspinous process decompression (IPD) device approved by the U.S. Health News from Medical News Today
  • Close your eyes. Don't peek. I've got a surprise for you.
  • Leanne called softly, walking throughout the house, peeking into all the rooms.
  • The two leading cases on so-called surreptitious entry, or what have come to be known as “sneak and peek” searches, came to very similar conclusions…. Using the Drug "War" to Expand Government Power
  • Extras include cast and crew interviews, a peek behind the scenes and the UK trailer. The Sun
  • Roots begin to creep out from the bottom of the pot around drainage holes or they peek through the top soil.
  • James Ponsoldt: This notion is at the core of Killer of Sheep: what it means to be an adult, and how children learn and internalize grown-up behavior and responsibilities through lectures, through tears, but mostly by silently observing, peeking around corners, usually unbeknownst to their parents. GreenCine Daily: Filmmaker. Spring 07.
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