UPDATE: From a couple of tweets today:
“Grammar Grump says: ‘Sneak peek,’ not ‘sneek peek’ or ‘sneak peak.'”
Although, a stealthy mountaintop might be a “sneak peak.”
“THANK YOU Grammar Grump! Sneak Peak drives me mental! It’s like people who want to peak your interest! sigh… it’s PIQUE!”
When we took a peek at Twitter today, our curiosity was piqued to a peak by a tweet from a follower:
“… you have peaked my interest. Or piqued. Or peeked. Or something.”
That did pique us to post our …
Words of the day:
- resentment at being slighted; irritation. esp. by a wound to one’s pride.
- to arouse such resentment in; to offend.
- to excite (interest, curiosity); arouse an emotion or provoke to action.
peek. v. to look quickly and furtively. n. such a look.
peak. n. the highest or utmost point of anything … (or something).
Get it? Got it. Good.