Slang dictionary sneak peek What does sneak peek mean? A sneak peek is an opportunity to see or experience something before it is officially presented or released to the public. Where does sneak peek come from? Examples of sneak peek “In LOVE with these senior pictures I had the opportunity to take for one of the most beautiful woman inside and out I've met in awhile.. (sneak peek)” Laura Prudom monkeylovermaniac Instagram (March 28, 2017) “Starz came up with a genius way to introduce the world to #AmericanGods, and Mashable has an exclusive sneak peek” Laura Prudom LaurInLA Twitter (March 28, 2017) “A sneak peek into mysterious origins of tech terms” “A sneak peek into mysterious origins of tech terms,” The Economic Times (January 18, 2015) SEE MORE EXAMPLES Who uses sneak peek? Sneak peek is often misspelled “sneak peak,” which is incorrect. Just Added up to snuff, rage farming, hermano, food coma, National Medal of Arts Note This is not meant to be a formal definition of sneak peek like most terms we define on Dictionary.com, but is rather an informal word summary that hopefully touches upon the key aspects of the meaning and usage of sneak peek that will help our users expand their word mastery.