[peeps, peps, pee-pis, pep-is]
- Samuel,1633–1703, English diarist and naval official.
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The names of the artists who won Mr. Pepys' applause have not come down to us.Art in England
If anybody asks me why I like Pepys, I do not feel obliged to reply.Confessions of a Book-Lover
Maurice Francis Egan
And so home, as Pepys would have said, to breakfast, feeling depressed.Love Among the Chickens
P. G. Wodehouse
With Knollys and Sandys we may put Pepys, for the existence of the dims.The Romance of Names
Mr. Pepys would find boats there now if he visited the spot.
- Samuel. 1633–1703, English diarist and naval administrator. His diary, which covers the period 1660–69, is a vivid account of London life through such disasters as the Great Plague, the Fire of London, and the intrusion of the Dutch fleet up the Thames