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verb as in glimpse

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Hell, we may even take a peek at the original pitch deck that made it all happen.

As we wait for its annual report for 2020, its year in review offers a sneak peek into how Carbon grew the past year.

Take a peek below the surface and learn more about the various forms of wildlife we rarely get to see.

Even if you can’t dine inside at the moment, you should at least see the 1936 facade and take a peek at the bar.

To get users interested, they also provide a sneak peek into the findings in the next series of Stories.

Tickets go on sale to the public January 15; check back then for a link and an early peek at the inspiring lineup of speakers.

The pyramids of Meroe await a day when stability will allow outsiders to peek at a forgotten ancient kingdom.

As such, they allow us a peek at the chemistry before the planets and moons evolved into what we know them as today.

To track your light exposure and progress, simply take a peek at the 10 LED lights attached to the face of the device.

Check out a sneak peek of one of the most anticipated films of the year.

In fact, if we should peek in the back of the camera, and to do so would ruin the exposure, we could not even see it.

So, at first, he could be almost casual about what he saw in the peek box.

Even the most reckless of gambling junkmen could not be expected to dare much of an investment in such a peek-a-boo game as that.

When the doorbell rang, half an hour later, Mr. Fielding was on his hands and knees playing "peek-boo!"

I used to peek through under to see the little one in the straw, and wonder what things swaddling clothes were.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to peek, such as: glance, peep, snoop, gander, look, and watch.

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