- to peep; look furtively.
Origin of keek
1350–1400; Middle English kiken, cognate with or < Middle Dutch, Middle Low German kīken
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Examples from the Web for keek
Lambert first covered the song in a video he posted to his Keek on Feb. 11, the night after Rihanna performed it on Grammys.The Best (and Worst) Rihanna Covers: Jared Leto, Vin Diesel, Selena Gomez, More
The Daily Beast
September 19, 2013
Pedro, if you ever keek me, you'll go overboard queek and don't you forget it.Dick in the Everglades
A. W. Dimock
I say mit my husband dat night, 'Vill you keek me hard, if you pleas'?'
I hav' no one with zee right to keek me—to keek me hard from zee back for being such a fool.
An' gin ye find 'im lyin' canny, an' ye tak' a keek into 'is bonny brown een, ye can see he's aye greetin'.Greyfriars Bobby
He turned it on mysell twa-three times, the cunning devil, trying to keek into me, to see if he could use me.The House with the Green Shutters
George Douglas Brown
- a Scot word for peep 1
C18: probably from Middle Dutch kīken to look
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