peep at (someone or something)

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peep at (someone or something)

To get a quick, cursory, often sneaky or surreptitious look at someone or something. I peeped at the boss's computer, and it looks like there's a round of layoffs on the way. Campus guards caught him trying to peep at the women getting changed in their locker rooms.
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peep at someone or something

to get a glimpse of someone or something, as if looking through a hole. I peeped at Tom through the Venetian blinds. Look in the microscope and peep at this bacterium.
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For 60 years, people have been enjoying Peeps at Easter.
At the Skutt booth, there will be bricks in which peepholes have been drilled to display the clay peeps at the conference.
JIMI HENDRIX (right) once supported the Peeps at York University in 1966, although a year later when Hendrix mania was gripping the UK, the roles were reversed and they supported him in Sweden.
The good Peeple who make Peeps at Just Born of Bethlehem, Pa., do brisk business during the Easter clamber for sweets.