peek out of

peek out of (something)

1. To glance or peer outward shyly or quickly from inside of something. We peeked out of our room when we heard our parents fighting. I saw the kitten peek out of the pile of blankets before she darted back under.
2. To be revealed partially from within something. All I could see was the animal's bushy tail peeking out of the dark crate. There's little bit of your shirt peeking out of the bottom of your suit jacket.
See also: of, out, peek
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peek out of something

 (at someone or something)
1. to be inside of something and take a look out. A pair of glimmering eyes peeked out of the darkened room at the two people standing at the door. I peeked out of my room at the eerie shadows in the hallway. Jerry peeked out of the bathroom to see if anyone was looking.
2. [for a little bit of something] to be revealed with the rest concealed within. A bit of white skin peeked out beneath his pants cuff.
See also: of, out, peek
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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