a display of objects or pictures viewed through a small opening that is usually fitted with a magnifying lens.
a short, usually erotic or titillating film shown in a coin-operated viewing machine equipped with a projector.
1851 (not typically salacious until c.1914), from peep (v.1) + show (n.).
[found by 1851 as ”an exhibition of pictures viewed through a lens in a small hole”]
noun 1. a plate containing a small hole through which a gunner peeps in sighting. noun 1. an adjustable rear gun sight with a narrow aperture through which the target and the front sight are aligned when aiming
[pee-puh l] /ˈpi pəl/ noun 1. . /ˈpiːpəl/ noun 1. an Indian moraceous tree, Ficus religiosa, resembling the banyan: regarded as sacred by Buddhists Also called bo tree
[peer] /pɪər/ noun 1. a person of the same legal status: a jury of one’s peers. 2. a person who is equal to another in abilities, qualifications, age, background, and social status. 3. something of equal worth or quality: a sky-scraper without peer. 4. a nobleman. 5. a member of any of the five degrees […]
[peer-ij] /ˈpɪər ɪdʒ/ noun 1. the body of peers of a country or state. 2. the rank or dignity of a peer. 3. a book listing the peers and giving their genealogies. /ˈpɪərɪdʒ/ noun 1. the whole body of peers; aristocracy 2. the position, rank, or title of a peer 3. (esp in the British […]