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peep·er1 / ˈpēpər/ • n. a person who peeps at someone or something, esp. in a voyeuristic way. ∎  (peepers) inf. a person's eyes: keep your peepers peeled for a familiar face. peep·er2 (also spring peeper) • n. a small North American tree frog (Hyla crucifer) that has brownish-gray skin with a dark cross on the back, the males of which sing in early spring.

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peeper: see tree frog.

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