peer (v.) Old form(s): peere
appear, come into sight
H5 IV.vii.83[King Henry to Montjoy] a many of your horsemen peer / And gallop o'er the field
Luc.472[of Lucrece] o'er the white sheet peers her whiter chin
TS IV.iii.170[Petruchio to Katherina, of the sun through clouds] So honour peereth in the meanest habit
WT IV.iii.1[Autolycus singing] When daffodils begin to peer [or: appear]
WT IV.iv.3[Florizel to Perdita] no shepherdess, but Flora / Peering in April's front

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