American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A creature that makes short, high-pitched sounds, especially a frog.
- n. One who peeks furtively.
- n. Slang An eye.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Some little creature which peeps, pipes, or chirps. A newly hatched chick.
- n. An egg-pie.
- n. One who peeps; a spying or inquisitive person.
- n. The eye.
- n. colloquial The eye.
- n. Someone who peeps; a spy.
- n. An animal, such as some frogs, that have a shrill, high-pitched call.
- n. dated, slang, derogatory A private detective.
- n. colloquial A chicken just breaking the shell; a young bird.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A chicken just breaking the shell; a young bird.
- n. One who peeps; a prying person; a spy.
- n. colloq. The eye.
- n. an animal that makes short high-pitched sounds
- n. a viewer who enjoys seeing the sex acts or sex organs of others
- n. an informal term referring to the eye
- peep + -er (Wiktionary)
“And his wits must have followed his 'peeper' -- not so;”
“Boys, if you're reading this, just an FYI, whipping out your "peeper" is not proper first-date etiquette.”
“(That was a schoolboy, unaware that Esper Proctors were hired by Examination Boards to prevent that kind of peeper-cheating) Read minds and know what people really think of me ...”
“A holiday that consists of A LOT of chocolate, and jelly beans and little marshmallow "peeper" things.”
“For example, the little cricket frog or "peeper" has been seen many times in mid-winter alongside the banks of flowing streams, and during the open winter of 1888 – 89 numerous specimens of leopard and green frogs were seen on different occasions in December and January, while on February 18th they, together with the "peepers," were in full chorus.”
“From peeper scopes to duct tape -- learn more about the cool tools Nature Conservancy scientists use to solve conservation issues.”
“P. S dont trust peeper spray because some where the wind is allways going to blow in the wrong direction.”
“The next few seconds seemed as if they happened in slow motion, as I turned to see him reach for his zipper and whip out his little "peeper.”
“ESPN should get $327,000 in restitution payments from Erin Andrews peeper Michael David Barrett -- more than four times what the court recommended he pay to the courtside reporter and current "Dancing With the Stars" contender.”
“Hasselbeck had said on "The View" that the peeper just should have waited to see her scantily clad on "Dancing With the Stars.”
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