Definition of Peepers

1. Noun. (plural of peeper) (eyes). ¹



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Definition of Peepers

1. peeper [n] - See also: peeper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peepers

peenthrug
peeoy
peeoys
peep
peep-toe
peep out
peep pixels
peep show
peep shows
peep sight
peepe
peeped
peepees
peeper
peepers (current term)
peepes
peephole
peephole-optimization
peephole optimization
peepholes
peepier
peepiest
peeping
peeping pixels
peeping toms
peepings
peeps

Literary usage of Peepers

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1. Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary, Historical and by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley (1902)
"No sooner had they fix'd their peepers Upon the lifeless Whipper« Snappers. 1795. ... His peepers were taken measure of for a suit of mourning. 1821. ..."

2. Familiar Features of the Roadside: The Flowers, Shrubs, Birds, and Insects by Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews (1897)
"CHAPTER I. EARLY WILD FLOWERS, CATKINS, AND SPRING peepers. THE borders of the road are like the ..."

3. Zions̓ Works: New Light on the Bible, from the Coming of Shiloh, the Spirit by John Ward, C. Holinsworth (1900)
"... 'peepers' AND 'VOLUNTEERS.' (Letters of December 2 and 7 will appear in Future Vol.). 91 PARK LANE, LEEDS, December 15, Year II. ..."

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