peer in(to something)

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peer in(to something)

To glance, look, or stare in(to something), especially in an intent, inquisitive, or searching manner. I peered into the room to see if anyone was in there. I caught the secretary peering in during our meeting, but he left as soon as noticed me watching him.
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peer in(to something)

to stare into something; to look deep into something. I peered into the room, hoping to get a glimpse of the lovely furnishings. I only had time to peer in and then I walked on by.
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