||peek through the fingers with hands covering eyes
||Shelly was playing peek-a-boo with the baby.
||look at this, check this out, eyeball this
||Peep this! My fingernails are as long as Dolly's!
||an unfriendly look from a person who is the same age
||When the manager praised my work, Vic gave me a peer sneer.
||in a wild manner, in panic, harum-scarum
||When the fire alarm sounded we ran pell-mell down the hall.
|pen those words/lines
||write those words or lines, compose that line
||The medium is the message: Do you know who penned that line?
|penny for your thoughts
||(See a penny for your thoughts)
||a person who spends carefully, a thrifty person
||He used to be a penny pincher, but now he spends freely.
|penny wise, dollar dumb
||wise in saving, foolish in spending; burn a hole in your pocket
||You spent our carefully-saved money on an expensive electric organ
that neither of us can play! Now that is penny wise, dollar dumb!
|penny wise, pound foolish
||careful with pennies but careless with pounds, penny wise, dollar dumb
||Our budget is penny wise and pound foolish - we save a little on food,
and waste a lot on a luxury car!
|people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones
||people who have faults should not criticize others
||Perfect people can be critical, but people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.