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Peak vs. Peek

Finding the differences between Peak and Peek


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Peak vs. Peek

The pointed top of a high mountain.
A mountain with a pointed cap.
The highest or best point.
The brim or the curved front part of a cap.

To look at something secretly or quickly.
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