a display of objects or pictures viewed through a small opening that is usually fitted with a magnifying lens.
a short, usually erotic or titillating film shown in a coin-operated viewing machine equipped with a projector.
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How to use peep show in a sentence
There are 200 mosquitos from New Delhi caught and killed mid-bite, peep-show coins, and artifacts of daily life in North Korea.
The brilliant British TV sitcom, “peep show,” starring Mitchell and Webb.
The last four peep show girls in Times Square have seen it all....'The Last of the Live Nude Girls': Sheila McClear’s Memoir | David Goodwillie | December 5, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
The nickelodeon was a new business, a novelty, something between a circus and a peep show.
It was the least little bit like a peep-show, and didn't seem quite real.Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska | Charles Warren Stoddard
It was as if he had been looking in at a cosmic peep-show, and turning from it at brief intervals to tell us what he saw.
She has done with the peep show now, and I do not want her to be any longer associated with it.With Wolfe in Canada | G. A. Henty
And I'm 'tendin' to it so close that I ain't got time to waste on any cheap peep-show critters.The Skipper and the Skipped | Holman Day
I saw always the little pageant of man's life like a child's peep-show beside the dark wastes of eternity.The Path of the King | John Buchan
British Dictionary definitions for peepshow
Also called: raree show a small box with a peephole through which a series of pictures, esp of erotic poses, can be seen
a booth from which a viewer can see a live nude model for a fee
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