look very carefully or hard, especially as if not able to see clearly
a member of any of five noble ranks
a person of the same age, class
"We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around"
Some of those men were the peers of the best European statesmen of the time.
出自： J. Bryce
Curious faces peered from the windows.
出自： L. M. Montgomery
He peered, trying to discern the shadowy intruders.
出自： I. Murdoch
Leaning into the shaft, peering down into the darkness.
出自： P. Dickinson