A peep-hole, shaped like a cross, opened and an eye examined us.
Let me now return to business—that is to say, to my peep-hole and my pipe-hole.
Gus scratched a peep-hole in the hoar frost on the window pane and looked out into the ten-below moonlight.
It may have been the direct influence from her peep-hole on Olympus of Sappho's own Aphrodite.
A small window in one end of the shack, opened about two inches at the bottom, answered well enough for a peep-hole.
Evans looked through the peep-hole of the cell an hour later.
My garden-door has a sort of peep-hole in it, covered with a wire grating.
Fresh faces appeared at the window and at the peep-hole in the door.
Without waiting to say more Ted hurried back to his peep-hole.
"I'll show you how," added Kitty, taking her turn at the peep-hole.