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noun as in sneaked look

verb as in sneak a look

verb as in glimpse

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Abby Haglage peeks at the fiscal-cliff wish lists of Obama, Pelosi, Boehner, and more.

Another officer, holding a pistol and wearing a rifle strapped to his back, peeks cautiously inside a bus.

Larson peeks into a cauldron of brewing questions, yet backs away without letting us look inside.

An accompanying set of smaller paintings peeks into the individual stories of the diners at the table.

From Robinson Crusoe to Henry Ford on Jews, a new book peeks inside Hitler's private library.

And he has a horse, Mr. Mazzini has, a fat old plug that peeks around his blinders as humorously as his master.

Betty peeks cautiously out, but hearing footsteps quickly withdraws.

"I have a message from Detroit informing me that my father is very sick," added Peeks, opening the despatch.

I told my father that Peeks had been obliged to leave, and that I must look up a steward at once.

Peeks and Sands slept in the cabin; and if the stewardess was wanted in the night, she could be called.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to peeks, such as: blink, glance, glimpse, sight, gander, and look-see.

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