Idioms: peek-a-boo -- people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones

peek-a-boo peek through the fingers with hands covering eyes Shelly was playing peek-a-boo with the baby.
peep this look at this, check this out, eyeball this Peep this! My fingernails are as long as Dolly's!
peer sneer an unfriendly look from a person who is the same age When the manager praised my work, Vic gave me a peer sneer.
pell-mell 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)
penny pincher 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.
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