The old man was peering at him sharply from under the grey protruding brows.
For other passages containing the comedy of "peering," v. Bac.
"I think that I can see them yet," said Ford, peering down the moonlit road.
I wished him to go on, but he was peering into my straining eyes with anxious sympathy.
Mr. Winship asked at last, peering out at the carriage window.
Peering through these bars was the face of another attendant.
Then he would rest for some moments, peering into the darkness below him all the while.
In a moment Cornish and Roden were at the edge, peering into the darkness.
Cornish was kneeling at the edge of the water, peering over.
A moment later she was peering out of the window into the radiant sunlight.