- 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.
Origin of peep show
Examples from the Web for peep-show
Contemporary Examples of peep-show
There are 200 mosquitos from New Delhi caught and killed mid-bite, peep-show coins, and artifacts of daily life in North Korea.New York’s Tiniest—and Weirdest—Museum
May 29, 2014
Historical Examples of peep-show
The sunset is better to look at, but it has no more moral meaning than a peep-show.A Pessimist
You seem not a little astonished at what you have seen in that peep-show.The Royal Picture Alphabet
He raised his voice, and invited the people to come and see his peep-show.Faustus
Friedrich Maximilian von Klinger
The world is a peep-show, and I have satisfied my expectation.Lost Diaries
She liked this last "Peep-show" very much, and kissed her father to show him that she did.Peeps Into China
E. C. Phillips