Definition of 'peep'
Example sentences containing 'peep'
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Haven't heard a peep from him. The Sun (2016)Haven't heard a peep from him. The Sun (2016)They have crept out of the house to take a peep at proceedings. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Or take a peep at my big tummy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Not a peep was heard from the unions now striking across the public sector. The Sun (2012)No one has heard a peep. The Sun (2016)The last shells explode softly in the distance shortly before the dawn sun begins to peep over the hills to the east. Times, Sunday Times (2012)On and off the bus we went in our moon suits - just our eyes peeping out. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There was a face mask peeping from a tree, but no turtles. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I remember having a little peep round with a hundred yards to go. FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori (2004)And once he was sure he had found one, for he saw two bright eyes peeping out of the sand. The Water Babies (1863)You can walk the cobbled streets, visit the house where they lived and take a peep inside the tiny garden room where they studied. The Sun (2012)You could have 40 people for a sit-down dinner and not hear a peep. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But that was the last peep we heard from Wasps for a long, long time. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As always we haven't heard a peep from Lewis. The Sun (2015)Buy either of them for your own little monster and you won't hear a peep until September. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Peep Show and I have come up together. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The image of her frozen in time aged three, huge blue eyes peeping out from beneath her fringe, captured the hearts of millions. The Sun (2015)
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Used Occasionally. peep is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'peep'
British English: peep VERB
If you peep, or peep at something, you have a quick look at it, often secretly and quietly.
Children came to peep at him round the doorway.
Definition of peep from the Collins English Dictionary
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