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  • v. Present participle of keek.


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  • I am keeking my whips, I groaned, attempting bravado.

    The Bloomsday Dead

  • His hair hung in tight ringlets round his pixie face, his big sapphire eyes always wide like a mouse keeking out from a divot.

    The Distant Echo

  • Scurries, thin keeking shrieks, the mighty groans of mighty trees moving, a night so black she could see nothing—she crawled on hands and knees to the hollow in a tree so large she could not see around it, and there huddled until a wan morning light let her discover where she was.

    Morgan’s Run

  • The wood was alive at evening, like a cave of bats, with souls of unburied men keeking and flittering.

    The King Must Die

  • During this time, I never sterr'd a foot, but keepit keeking frae the back shop upon a 'that was ganging on.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 10, No. 275, September 29, 1827

  • 'Whaur is he?' he inquired tremulously, keeking about fearfully.

    Border Ghost Stories

  • The wund blaws snell frae the firth, whispered the secretary to himself, keeking about, but had not the courage to utter it.

    Plum Pudding Of Divers Ingredients, Discreetly Blended & Seasoned

  • "Hannah, Hannah," cried the voice, "come away ben; are ye daft, lass, that ye stand there keeking at a McWhinus?"

    Nonsense Novels

  • However that might be, he was keeking at her from closer range now; and in that position -- for he held her firmly still -- she could not help but keek back.

    Bob, Son of Battle

  • Gavin smiled at this, and Snecky Hobart, who happened to be keeking over the manse dyke, bore the news to the Tenements.

    The Little Minister


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