The photographic fantasies of In Sook Kim peek inside the private worlds of people who live in glass houses.
A new exhibit in New York takes a peek inside the dark world of poison.
The Israeli public recently got a peek at the enormity of the actual, literal price tag attached to the settlement enterprise.
One can even rent out the villa here or wander down from the Arc de Triomphe and peek through the fence.
Soon after the preserved corpses were unveiled, curious people began paying workers a few pesos for a peek at the tombs.
peek, run forward and rouse up the blacks and Frenchmen to shorten sail.
We ain't meaning to peek nor pry, but some of us couldn't help overhearing.
If we can't get a peek at the Boston fashions, we must just find our styles where we can!
Here the temptation to peek overcame it for an instant, and its head wavered.
They stopped at his lonely, cheerless home to leave Mr. peek.
late 14c., piken "look quickly and slyly," of unknown origin. The words peek, keek, and peep all were used with more or less the same meaning 14c.-15c.; perhaps the ultimate source was Middle Dutch kieken. Related: Peeked; peeking.
"a peek, glance," 1844, from peek (v.).