Another peep

another peep


More complaints, comments, or talk: Sit there. Not another peep out of you!
Historical Examples

He had been quietly hoping there would be a chance for him to have another peep at the wonderful steamboats.
Steve and the Steam Engine Sara Ware Bassett

That beauty was not going to let them off without giving them another peep at him—not he.
The Forest Exiles Mayne Reid

If you think it so stupendous you had better accompany them, and get another peep.
A Noble Woman Ann S. Stephens

I go out of my way to get another peep into those long, cool, gray eyes of hers and see them grow melting soft as she looks at me.
The Mutiny of the Elsinore Jack London

At each one he found himself taking a round-about way past the jail to get another peep at the outlaw.
Strange Stories of the Great Valley Abbie Johnston Grosvenor

another peep into the chart-room showed me Captain West sleeping as before.
The Mutiny of the Elsinore Jack London

Well, to allay my horrid suspicion, I went and had another peep through the lighted venetians.
A Thief in the Night E. W. Hornung

I want to know where this beauty lives, that I may have another peep at her, Nickleby.’
The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby Charles Dickens

If you had patience for another peep from the bridge that I can build, you might catch a glimpse or so.
Once Aboard The Lugger Arthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson

“I trust we shall have another peep at them,” said the Knight.
The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. I (of II) Charles James Lever


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