peer at (someone or something)

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peer at (someone or something)

To examine, scan, or stare at someone or something, especially in an intent, inquisitive, or searching manner. Sarah's daughter came into the room and peered at me suspiciously, then turned around and walked right back out again. I peered at the directions, but they just didn't make any sense to me.
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peer at someone or something

to look at someone or something closely; to stare at and examine someone or something. The child peered at me for a while in a strange way. The owl peered at the snake for a moment before grabbing it.
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In our proposed scheme, to receive data from neighbor peers at a faster speed, neighbor peers transmit data to a mobile peer through a push manner for the period around the handover.
The queries are forwarded via trusted peers at each hop, and hence the probability of getting authentic files in the first attempt increases.
From 1701 to 1963 they were elected by their peers at each general election for the coming parliament.
Clarkson, was admired by his peers at Trinity and was even seen to be a bit exotic, having previously studied in Germany.