Recent Examples of peep show from the Web
From a thriving theater to a peep show to one of the most highly desirable buildings in the community, the historic Lincoln Park Theater has had quite a run.
Each chapter or two offers some new perversity, a peep show whose cost is getting through Monk’s otherwise insipid prose.
James also disapproves when Gina begins dressing more provocatively, dyeing her straw-colored hair light blond and, during a visit to Barcelona to see her sister (Ahna O’Reilly), watching a peep show featuring a couple copulating in animal masks.
One company, with 300 peep show machines, was said to have netted $1.5 million in 1969.
The old Times Square of pimps, prostitutes, peep shows, porn flicks and paddy wagons is gone, replaced by a different kind of hustle, aimed at tourists.
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PEEP SHOW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of peep show for English Language Learners
: a show in which someone looks into a box, room, etc., through a small hole or window and sees pictures or a performance usually involving sex
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