Here’s a phrase you should always double-check when you’re writing: sneak peek. Errors can easily ~sneak~ up on you because peak is a word whose spelling mirrors “sneak,” but you need peek for this phrase. Have we piqued your interest? Here’s a quick rundown of these homophones: Peek has to do with looking, peak is the maximum or highest point and pique can mean a feeling or irritation as a noun. It can also be used as a verb meaning irritated: “She was piqued by his rudeness.”
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