verb (used without object), Scot. and North England.
to peep; look furtively.
a Scot word for peep1
[keel] /kil/ noun 1. Nautical. a central fore-and-aft structural member in the bottom of a hull, extending from the stem to the sternpost and having the floors or frames attached to it, usually at right angles: sometimes projecting from the bottom of the hull to provide stability. 2. Literary. a ship or boat. 3. a […]
[kee-lij] /ˈki lɪdʒ/ noun 1. a toll on a merchant ship entering a port. /ˈkiːlɪdʒ/ noun 1. a fee charged by certain ports to allow a ship to dock
- Keel arch
noun 1. another name for ogee arch
[keel-boht] /ˈkilˌboʊt/ noun 1. a roughly built, shallow freight boat, having a keel to permit sailing into the wind. /ˈkiːlˌbəʊt/ noun 1. a river boat with a shallow draught and a keel, used for freight and moved by towing, punting, or rowing n. 1690s, from keel + boat.