To diminish slowly and come to an end; dwindle. Often used with out: Their enthusiasm soon petered out. (verb-intransitive)
To become exhausted. Used with out.(verb-intransitive)
Vulgar Slang The penis.(noun)
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Use "peter" in a sentence
"Yes | No | Report from whitetail1 wrote 1 year 2 weeks ago peter is right. they do work because if a doe hasn't been serviced she will come back in around 30 days later, then a third time if needed."
"Anthony sean coates first off iam pretty sure peter is over thinking this movie like always."
"In the begining of the series Hiro finds peter on the subway and he says "you look diffrent without the scar" so I don't think that peter is going to regenerate. no doubt he is going to get away from Sylar, but he's not going to regenerate thus Peter getting the scar."