- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of peek.
“Marvel sent out one of their famous word balloon-less sneak peeks from the upcoming Fall of the Hulks Alpha that arrives in December.”
“I found the story a bit confusing with too many quick cuts trying to squeeze in peeks at all the various plot threads ….”
“Now and then a guitar melody or a wistful vocal phrase peeks out of the haze, and one track, "Trapped in a Burning House," rouses itself to something jagged and desperate.”
“Rather than me pointing out the truly obvious, let's focus on your crazy conspiracy theory --- what "peeks" behind the curtain lead you to doubt the veracity of his HLS success?”
“While you can book hotels and restaurants anywhere in the USA and worldwide, CITYPEEK detailed "peeks" are focused in the areas from New York-NJ-Philadelphia, Baltimore, Virginia-DC.”
“But I suspect that Charlie took some extra "peeks”
“Axis axis ceylonensis) stag peeks curiously out of the undergrowth and then poses for our cameras.”
“peeks" into the Lodge she just refurbished on her ranch.”
“Laurence! '"muttered old Hannah, who could not resist frequent" peeks "through the slide as she set the table in a most decidedly promiscuous manner.”
“The good side to all of this unproductive time is that I am not teasing you today with the usual sneak peeks which is hopefully a nice change =]”
Looking for tweets for peeks.