American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An exhibition of pictures or objects viewed through a small hole or magnifying glass. Also called raree show.
- n. A short pornographic film presentation seen usually in a small coin-operated projection booth.
- n. An exhibition of pictures or objects viewed through a small hole or magnifying glass.
- n. A sexual or pornographic display through a small slot, generally equipped with a timer to automatically close the slot when payment has expired.
“When she moved in, the nurses requested that she buy cotton trousers with elastic waists precisely to avoid this kind of peepshow, but my grandmother explained she was a lady who had no use for garments that did not require dry cleaning.”
“Weddings are a celebration of marriage; not a drunken and decadent "peepshow" of the Bride!”
“The FBI, meanwhile, was perpetually annoyed with porn businessmen AND the Teamsters because of the unreported income involved -- all those quarters in peepshow machines!”
“The Lusty Lady, the famous peepshow club on 1rst with the endlessly entertaining marquee, is closing.”
“This might feel similar to a bit of a unwashed peepshow, but check out a sensuous-smooth character of her unwrapping (photos nabbed from a Daily Mails screen squeeze collection):”
“By night all around it, peepshow flotsam: dopers and skulks, low-bottom dicksnatchers, runaways selling their asses to sneaky-petes circling the block.”
“Metal in its various speed-, death-, black-, doom- guises provides a musical peepshow, where we draw back the curtain on our darker, baser fears, making them at once a shared bond and Wagnerian drama.”
“For example, The Condor Club peepshow offers “exotic birds” and “chicks! chicks! chicks!””
“From fake Lord Byrons to ancient prophetic automatons and mohican-haired punk lizards this is a city-wide penny-dreadful peepshow, a Victorian pandemonium carnival that has spilled out onto the streets and embedded itself into the very social fabric.”
“Metal in its various speed -, death -, black -, doom - guises provides a musical peepshow, where we draw back the curtain on our darker, baser fears, making them at once a shared bond and Wagnerian drama.”
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