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peerpeer2 ●●○ verb [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]  PGto look very carefully at something, especially because you are having difficulty seeing it He was peering through the wet windscreen at the cars ahead. Philippa peered into the darkness.see thesaurus at look→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
peerTwo heads swivelled to peer at her, and she recognized the reporters from the pub.She adjusted her glasses and peered at the man.I slowed, turning to peer at the site with an eerie feeling of detachment.Lok peered at the stick and the lump of bone and the small eyes in the bone things over the face.Mattie grunted abstractedly, totally engrossed in peering at the various plastic containers and bowls in the refrigerator.Watch any game in a crucial situation and you will see the catcher peering into his dugout before calling each pitch.Roger peered into the dark corridor to see what was making the noise.Having stopped the car, feeling pleasantly lost, he peered through the half-dark.Yanto crouched down and peered under the wagon.