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plural noun,singular peep.
  1. one's friends, family, followers, etc.: I'll have to ask my peeps about this.

  2. people: Only ten peeps showed up for the hike.

Origin of peeps

1950–55; shortening and alteration of people + -s3
  • Sometimes peepz .

Words Nearby peeps Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use peeps in a sentence

  • From peeps to Cadbury eggs, The Daily Beast ranks the 25 most calorific candies.

    Most Fattening Easter Candy | The Daily Beast | April 20, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • A large notion of the importance of the preacher occasionally peeps up.

  • A round-faced young woman peeps out of window; laughs at their words or at the romps of the children in the mounds of hay.

  • Her curiosity, however, is uncontrollable; and the moment the dwarf vanishes she peeps into her apron, to find simply black coals.

    The Science of Fairy Tales | Edwin Sidney Hartland
  • The human aspect peeps out in the mention of alms and oblations; centres of pilgrimage have always had a rich pecuniary value.

    The Cornwall Coast | Arthur L. Salmon
  • This strapping lass is taller by two inches, and there is a black lock of hair peeps forth yonder from under her veil.

    Quentin Durward | Sir Walter Scott