Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Mrs. Clark peeked down and saw him there, standin' up to his neck.

She walked to the front of the office and peeked through the wicket.

I went downstairs once that night and peeked in through the curtains.

He peeked and pried, and was bent on penetrating the mystery.

To operate it you peeked into the range finder, then threw a lever.

Then he peeked over into the cellar and I just pointed and couldn't speak.

I peeked around the corner and Pa and the policeman went off to get a drink.

He gingerly lifted the edge of the first card dealt to him and peeked at it.

The rattling of the bank meant only pennies, my dear; I know, for I peeked.

After a moment we crawled up the side of the pit and peeked over the edge.