A small hole that may be looked through, especially one in a door through which callers may be identified before the door is opened: she peered through the security peephole in the solid oak door he saw a peephole in the clouds [as modifier]: she was wearing a black peephole bra
More example sentences
- The little peephole in the door opened up and a face appeared.
- I suddenly realize that the peephole in the door facing mine is also open and that there's an eye behind it.
- ‘We have installed special locks, peepholes in doors, sensor security lighting and personal emergency pendants for about 40 people in recent times ’, she said.
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Line breaks: peep|hole
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