keek


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keek

 (kēk) Scots
intr.v. keeked, keek·ing, keeks
To peek; peep.
n.
A look, especially a quick one; a peek.

[Middle English kiken, keken, perhaps from Middle Dutch kiken.]

keek

(kiːk)
n, vb
a Scot word for peep1
[C18: probably from Middle Dutch kīken to look]

keek


Past participle: keeking
Gerund: keeked

Imperative
keek
keek
Present
I keek
you keek
he/she/it keeks
we keek
you keek
they keek
Preterite
I keeking
you keeking
he/she/it keeking
we keeking
you keeking
they keeking
Present Continuous
I am keeked
you are keeked
he/she/it is keeked
we are keeked
you are keeked
they are keeked
Present Perfect
I have keeking
you have keeking
he/she/it has keeking
we have keeking
you have keeking
they have keeking
Past Continuous
I was keeked
you were keeked
he/she/it was keeked
we were keeked
you were keeked
they were keeked
Past Perfect
I had keeking
you had keeking
he/she/it had keeking
we had keeking
you had keeking
they had keeking
Future
I will keek
you will keek
he/she/it will keek
we will keek
you will keek
they will keek
Future Perfect
I will have keeking
you will have keeking
he/she/it will have keeking
we will have keeking
you will have keeking
they will have keeking
Future Continuous
I will be keeked
you will be keeked
he/she/it will be keeked
we will be keeked
you will be keeked
they will be keeked
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been keeked
you have been keeked
he/she/it has been keeked
we have been keeked
you have been keeked
they have been keeked
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been keeked
you will have been keeked
he/she/it will have been keeked
we will have been keeked
you will have been keeked
they will have been keeked
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been keeked
you had been keeked
he/she/it had been keeked
we had been keeked
you had been keeked
they had been keeked
Conditional
I would keek
you would keek
he/she/it would keek
we would keek
you would keek
they would keek
Past Conditional
I would have keeking
you would have keeking
he/she/it would have keeking
we would have keeking
you would have keeking
they would have keeking
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References in classic literature ?
"And now let's take another keek at the red-coats," says Alan, and he led me to the north-eastern fringe of the wood.
TAKE A KEEK AT CLINT: Mathis is due for a week's trial with Rangers
I boldly said I had long been an admirer of her work and could I have a wee keek at her own bra.
So, we'd put the lights out, listen for drunks in the street then keek out he curtains and laugh at their antics.
If ever I make it to the Pearly Gates, I'll make sure that I take a wee keek in and see if it is full of priests, pastors and social workers.
What I want is fewer films in the widescreen format it's like having to keek through a letter box.
At first, we tried sending a non- footballer - usually somebody's wee sister - over to a neutral house, Mrs Brown's, to keek in the windae at the clock.
As a male who falls into "the aforementioned age group" - but only just - I can't see anything wrong with getting a keek at women with a few more miles on their clocks.
YungManny is fresh out the barber chair and in the whip with his manager, Keek. It's another Tuesday evening in Prince George's County, Maryland, and we chat over a choppy FaceTime signal while he's en route to his parents' house.
Which brings us back to that other pile of keek. Friends of the Earth claim certain nature sites could be at risk if there's a no-deal Brexit.
Keeping FAC close to its associated IoT node at the first keek may not seem to be a hard job to do but the fact is, it truly complicated than what it seems to be.
Cherished Husband of Sheila, Adored Dad of David and Christina (Keek), doting Granddad of Archie, Austin and Arthur.