1 And Meg took a refreshing peep at her glove box.
2 I just wish, though, instead of peeping, you'd come over and see us.
3 Both peeped and criticized and chatted till they felt like old acquaintances.
4 Poor man, I pitied him, and when the girls were gone, took just one more peep to see if he survived it.
5 When the sun peeped into the girls' room early next morning to promise them a fine day, he saw a comical sight.
6 There is a glass door between it and the nursery, and I mean to peep at him, and then I'll tell you how he looks.
7 A little gray-coated sand bird came tripping over the beach 'peeping' softly to itself, as if enjoying the sun and sea.
8 Amy was too well-bred, and just now Laurie was too lazy, so in a minute he peeped under her hatbrim with an inquiring air.
9 It was dreadfully improper, I know, but I couldn't resist the temptation, and lifting one end of the curtain before the glass door, I peeped in.
10 Jo peeped into his half-open eye, felt his little heart, and finding him stiff and cold, shook her head, and offered her domino box for a coffin.
11 Three white-headed children peeped over the fence, and an objectionable dog barked at them from the other side of the river with all his might and main.
12 Jo saw a big red headed youth approaching her corner, and fearing he meant to engage her, she slipped into a curtained recess, intending to peep and enjoy herself in peace.
13 squalled Polly, bending down from his perch on the back of her chair to peep into Jo's face, with such a comical air of impertinent inquiry that it was impossible to help laughing.
14 Mrs. March went out, after peeping here and there to see how matters went, also saying a word of comfort to Beth, who sat making a winding sheet, while the dear departed lay in state in the domino box.
15 An hour afterward her mother peeped in and there she was, scratching away, with her black pinafore on, and an absorbed expression, which caused Mrs. March to smile and slip away, well pleased with the success of her suggestion.
16 She read a page, looked at Beth, felt her head, peeped into her throat, and then said gravely, "You've been over the baby every day for more than a week, and among the others who are going to have it, so I'm afraid you are going to have it, Beth."
17 So busy was she on this day that she did not hear Laurie's ring nor see his face peeping in at her as she gravely promenaded to and fro, flirting her fan and tossing her head, on which she wore a great pink turban, contrasting oddly with her blue brocade dress and yellow quilted petticoat.
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