I returned upstairs, and on my way peeped into this room and that out of curiosity.
"Kilgorman" by Talbot Baines Reed
That gentleman, as he passed another door which stood half open, could not resist a friendly impulse to peep in.
"Roger Ingleton, Minor" by Talbot Baines Reed
Green daffodil buds peeped through a covering of snow, and the yellow jessamine blossom fell sodden in the rain.
"The Princess of the School" by Angela Brazil
Suddenly the bushes on her left moved, and a man, pushing them aside, peeped from among them.
"The Prairie Chief" by R.M. Ballantyne
What Hunky Ben saw on looking through his peep-hole filled him with surprise and pity, and compelled him to modify his plans.
"Charlie to the Rescue" by R.M. Ballantyne
From her remote corner Zoe Oppner peeped at him, and her laughter ceased.
"The Sins of Séverac Bablon" by Sax Rohmer
A snow-bird peeped a "good-morning" to its mate in the Rectory eaves.
"Tess of the Storm Country" by Grace Miller White
Then he drew near and peeped.
"Myths and Legends of the Great Plains" by Unknown
As the sun peeped above the mountains close by to the east a large plain disclosed itself before the observer.
"Across Coveted Lands" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
Irene's exceedingly bright face peeped up above the clothes.
"A Modern Tomboy" by L. T. Meade
Rend your wild hair, you elfin things,
That peep from bush and tree;
I know what strangling arms you reach
Athwart the dusk to me.
"The Enchanted Forest" by Cicely Fox Smith
I know each spot where violets peep,
I bless them in their growing;
But O their breath is sweet to keep,
When summer winds are blowing.
"A Voice Is In The Wind To-Day" by Alexander Anderson
From the grass at my feet are peeping
The sweet forget-me-nots,
Their azure heads are hanging
With the dews of their own pure thoughts.
"The Shadow Of The Past" by Alexander Anderson
So, peeping timid from the ground,
She clasped the ancient rock around,
And climbing up with childish grace,
She held him with a close embrace.
"Truth" by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
There not a tell-tale beam shall peep
Upon thy beauty's rich display,—
There not a breeze shall dare to sweep
The leaves, to whisper what we say.
"A Song I" by Sir John Carr
Then, with a look that ne'er deceives,
She turn'd, but found her courage fled;
And scolding sparrows from the eaves
Peep'd forth upon the stranger's head.
"Abner And The Widow Jones" by Robert Bloomfield
My plan, I'm happy to say, is to kick back, peep some fresh tracks, and call it a week.
Posh Peeps Profess Passion For Bad TV.
Don't pronounce the "T" so much peeps.
Peeping Tom linked to sexual assault in Towson.
A peep at our fair city's filthy-gorgeous history.
Star speller talks about Peeps, future career.
'Pacific' overtures by peeping stage manager .
'Pacific' overtures by peeping stage manager.
A perfect afternoon for leaf peeping in Bangor Wednesday.
Wednesday is your chance to do some leaf-peeping from high above the trees in Bangor.
Reno police issued a warning today about the 'peeping Tom'.
Suede peep-toes, Betsey Johnson, $165.
A peeping perv who makes a living teaching medical students about anatomy – and examining patients' private parts – was busted for allegedly videotaping up women's skirts, law enforcement sources.
While leaf-peeping in the Upper Engadine valley, Kate Simon welcomes the changing of the seasons.
Local voice more like a peep.