Associations to the word «Peep»
PEEP, noun. A quiet sound, particularly one from a baby bird.
PEEP, noun. A feeble utterance or complaint.
PEEP, noun. The sound of a steam engine's whistle; typically shrill.
PEEP, noun. A kind of bird; a sandpiper.
PEEP, verb. To make a soft, shrill noise like a baby bird.
PEEP, verb. To speak briefly with a quiet voice.
PEEP, verb. To look, especially while trying not to be seen or noticed.
PEEP, verb. To begin to appear; to look forth from concealment; to make the first appearance.
PEEP, noun. A quick look or glimpse, especially a furtive one.
PEEP, noun. (obsolete) A spot on a die or domino.
PEEP, noun. (British) (slang) person.
PEEP, noun. (US) A soft marshmallow candy, shaped into a baby animal for Easter celebration.
PEEP, acronym. (slang) A World War II jeep attached to an armored regiment.
PEEP, acronym. (medicine) Positive end-expiratory pressure.
PEEP OUT, verb. (intransitive) to show, to be visible.
PEEP PIXELS, verb. (idiomatic) (photography) To scrutinize a magnified digital photograph carefully in order to make a technical assessment of resolution and image quality.
PEEP SHOW, noun. Alternative spelling of peepshow
PEEP SHOWS, noun. Plural of peep show
PEEP SIGHT, noun. On some rifles, a type of sight where the shooter looks through a small aperture on the rear sight.
PEEP, noun. The short weak cry of a young bird.
PEEP, noun. A secret look.
PEEP, verb. Look furtively; "He peeped at the woman through the window".
PEEP, verb. Cause to appear; "he peeped his head through the window".
PEEP, verb. Make high-pitched sounds; "the birds were chirping in the bushes".
PEEP, verb. Speak in a hesitant and high-pitched tone of voice.
PEEP, verb. Appear as though from hiding; "the new moon peeped through the tree tops".
It is better wither to be silent, or to say things of more value than silence. Sooner throw a pearl at hazard than an idle or useless word; and do not say a little in many words, but a great deal in a few.