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Definition of "peering" []

  • Present participle of peer. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "peering" in a sentence
  • "Think of the times you have seen some of the more professionally designed store window displays take advantage of that feature by presenting items to both store patrons already within the store, and those peering from the outside that the store owners hope will step inside."
  • "(CNN) – The chairman of Tennessee's Democratic Party wants a Republican legislative aide fired for sending out a "reprehensible" e-mail depicting President Obama as two cartoonish white eyes peering from a black background."
  • "But that moment the angel is once again peering up at you is pure gold."