What are the differences between peek and peep ?

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 The two verbs have very similar meanings.
 
PEEK
look at something quickly without being seen (secretly)
 

  • Janet told me not to look in her drawer, but I couldn’t resist peeking in.
  • I was so nervous before my first concert and it just got worse when I peeked at the audience from behind the curtain.

 
PEEP
look at something quickly and secretly through a hole/opening
 

  • What are you doing peeping through that keyhole?
  • I got so scared the other night. There was someone peeping through the little window over my bathtub.
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