Word "PEER" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a person who is of equal standing with another in a group
Synonyms:
compeer, equal, match

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a nobleman (duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
look searchingly
Examples:
We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around

Crossword Clues for PEER

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Clue Source Date
Look hard at member of the nobility The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Jun 2022
__ pressure LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2022
__ pressure The Washington Post 08 Jun 2022
__ review LA Times Daily 26 May 2022
Certain research reviewer Universal 24 May 2022
Participant in a review Wall Street Journal 04 May 2022
Fellow citizen Universal 04 May 2022
Academic paper reviewer, often Universal 17 Apr 2022
Equal Eugene Sheffer 05 Apr 2022
Participant in a review, perhaps Wall Street Journal 02 Apr 2022
Look closely Family Time 28 Mar 2022
Social equal Newsday 28 Mar 2022
Social equal USA Today 21 Mar 2022
Look intently (at) Newsday 08 Mar 2022
Person very similar to you Family Time 06 Mar 2022
Equal Eugene Sheffer 05 Mar 2022
___ pressure USA Today 04 Mar 2022
Jury member New York Times 02 Mar 2022
Member of the British nobility Irish Times Simplex 22 Feb 2022
Equal The Washington Post 18 Feb 2022
Equal LA Times Daily 18 Feb 2022
Look closely USA Today 10 Feb 2022
Social equal USA Today 09 Feb 2022
Colleague USA Today 03 Feb 2022
Equal Eugene Sheffer 02 Feb 2022
Jury member, in theory Family Time 23 Jan 2022
Reviewer in academia USA Today 18 Jan 2022
A member of the House of Lords The Times Specialist Sunday 09 Jan 2022
Person my age with similar interests Family Time 02 Jan 2022
___ review New York Times 31 Dec 2021
___ pressure The Washington Post Sunday 26 Dec 2021
Person of equal standing Family Time 20 Dec 2021
Look, Lord! The Times Cryptic 17 Dec 2021
Viscount, e.g Universal 16 Dec 2021
Equal Eugene Sheffer 09 Dec 2021
Person your age and in your class Family Time 05 Dec 2021
Equal Wall Street Journal 30 Nov 2021
British noble Premier Sunday 28 Nov 2021
Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe is subtitled The ____ and the Peri The Times Specialist Sunday 14 Nov 2021
Look closely USA Today 11 Nov 2021
Member of British nobility Canadiana 08 Nov 2021
Look intently Universal 04 Nov 2021
Person of equal standing The Guardian Quick 27 Oct 2021
___ pressure USA Today 24 Oct 2021
Eighth grade student to an eighth grade student Family Time 24 Oct 2021
Social equal USA Today 19 Oct 2021
Look intently Wall Street Journal 04 Oct 2021
Colleague New York Times 30 Sep 2021
Social equal Newsday 12 Sep 2021
Narrow one's search, as it is missing from Patisserie Irish Times Crosaire 11 Sep 2021
Equal Eugene Sheffer 06 Sep 2021
Look closely Newsday 05 Sep 2021
Colleague Universal 04 Sep 2021
Social equal Newsday 01 Sep 2021
___ review New York Times 24 Aug 2021
Jury member Thomas Joseph 20 Aug 2021
Academic reviewer, sometimes USA Today 13 Aug 2021
Classmate, for example USA Today 03 Aug 2021
Look; noble The Times Concise 02 Aug 2021
Equal Canadiana 26 Jul 2021
Social equal Universal 22 Jul 2021
Gaze Thomas Joseph 20 Jul 2021
__ pressure The Washington Post 11 Jul 2021
__ pressure LA Times Daily 11 Jul 2021
Member of the nobility Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2021
Use a spyglass Newsday 16 Jun 2021
Source of pressure, perhaps Wall Street Journal 03 Jun 2021
Someone like you Newsday 22 May 2021
Social equal USA Today 19 May 2021
Jury member, in theory Newsday 19 Apr 2021
One's equal Family Time 19 Apr 2021
Social equal Newsday 06 Apr 2021
Jury member LA Times Daily 01 Apr 2021
Jury member The Washington Post 01 Apr 2021
Look closely (at) Universal 25 Mar 2021
Look narrowly Newsday 21 Mar 2021
Equal, on a jury Family Time 14 Mar 2021
Look closely USA Today 11 Feb 2021
Jury member Newsday 29 Dec 2020
Scholarly article reviewer, often USA Today 16 Dec 2020
One might apply pressure Universal 11 Dec 2020
Jury member Thomas Joseph 19 Nov 2020
Social pressure source The Washington Post Sunday 15 Nov 2020
Look intently (at) The Washington Post 26 Oct 2020
Look intently (at) LA Times Daily 26 Oct 2020
Person equal to you New York Times 26 Oct 2020
Look for social equal The Sun Two Speed 16 Oct 2020
Nobleman The Sun Two Speed 16 Oct 2020
Nobleman Canadiana 28 Sep 2020
Equal New York Times 14 Sep 2020
Equal Wall Street Journal 10 Sep 2020
British noble Universal 27 Aug 2020
Nobleman exercises with the Queen The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Aug 2020
___ pressure USA Today 22 Aug 2020
Equal Eugene Sheffer 06 Aug 2020
Look closely (at) New York Times 27 Jul 2020
Look intently Premier Sunday 26 Jul 2020
___ pressure Universal 24 Jul 2020
Look intently USA Today 20 Jul 2020
Look closely Newsday 09 Jul 2020
Jury member Jonesin 30 Jun 2020
Look narrowly Universal 22 Jun 2020
Juror, in theory Universal 21 Jun 2020
Equal LA Times Daily 10 May 2020
Equal The Washington Post 10 May 2020
Jury member, it's said Universal 04 May 2020
Member of a jury Newsday 25 Feb 2020
Colleague Universal 23 Feb 2020
Pressure point? Wall Street Journal 11 Feb 2020
Possible source of pressure USA Today 22 Dec 2019
Kind of pressure LA Times Daily 17 Dec 2019
Kind of pressure The Washington Post 17 Dec 2019
Jury member Family Time 02 Dec 2019
Equal
One may exert pressure New York Times 17 Nov 2019
One may exert pressure
Mr. Gynt Family Time 04 Nov 2019
One in a jury box LA Times Daily 01 Nov 2019
One in a jury box The Washington Post 01 Nov 2019
Person of equal standing Irish Times Simplex 05 Oct 2019
Look hard through narrowed eyes Irish Times Simplex 14 Sep 2019
Source of some pressure New York Times 08 Sep 2019
Look through a spyglass USA Today 08 Sep 2019
Classmate, e.g Universal 25 Aug 2019
Count, perhaps Wall Street Journal 10 Aug 2019
Noble; look intently The Times Concise 01 Aug 2019
Any person like you Family Time 01 Jul 2019
Lord The Telegraph Quick 28 Jun 2019
Ibsen's Gynt Universal 07 Jun 2019
Look closely Universal 10 May 2019
Duke or earl USA Today 14 Apr 2019
Narrow one's search, as it is missing from Patisserie Irish Times Crosaire 13 Apr 2019
Jury member, theoretically USA Today 22 Feb 2019
Try to get a good look New York Times 21 Feb 2019
Duke or baron USA Today 08 Feb 2019
Jury member, ideally Family Time 20 Jan 2019
Without __ Newsday 12 Jan 2019
Look; nobleman The Telegraph Quick 02 Jan 2019
Look through a spyglass
Count, perhaps
Equal
Look intently (at)
Try to get a good look
Ibsen's Gynt
Classmate, e.g.
One in a jury box
Look closely
Jury member, theoretically
Duke or baron
Colleague
___ pressure
Source of some pressure
Someone similar to you Family Time 30 Dec 2018
Person very similar to you Family Time 24 Dec 2018
__ review LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2018
__ review The Washington Post 19 Dec 2018
Gaze The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Dec 2018
Gaze Thomas Joseph 16 Nov 2018
Classmate, to you Family Time 04 Nov 2018
Look through a keyhole, say USA Today 20 Sep 2018
Person your age with your interests Family Time 17 Sep 2018
__ pressure LA Times Daily 17 Sep 2018
__ pressure The Washington Post 17 Sep 2018
Equal; look The Telegraph Quick 17 Sep 2018
Member of Lords The Telegraph Quick 15 Sep 2018
Academic journal reviewer Newsday 24 Aug 2018
Source of pressure, to many teens USA Today 13 Aug 2018
Look closely (at) Newsday 12 Aug 2018
Anyone's equal Family Time 23 Jul 2018
Look (into) New York Times 19 Jul 2018
Word before review or pressure USA Today 11 Jul 2018
Source of teen pressure USA Today 05 Jun 2018
Academic equal The Washington Post Sunday 27 May 2018
Person like you Family Time 27 May 2018
Earl, say Wall Street Journal 19 May 2018
Look closely (at) LA Times Daily 15 May 2018
Look closely (at) The Washington Post 15 May 2018
Common source of pressure USA Today 28 Apr 2018
Colleague Newsday 05 Apr 2018
Potential jury member Universal 02 Apr 2018
Anyone like you Family Time 26 Mar 2018
Confrere New York Times 11 Mar 2018
Colleague Family Time 11 Mar 2018
Jury member, in theory USA Today 18 Feb 2018
Juror or nobleman USA Today 15 Feb 2018
Teenager's source of pressure USA Today 22 Jan 2018
__ review
Gaze
Jury member
Look closely (at)
__ pressure
Confrere
Look (into)
Potential jury member
Common source of pressure
Juror or nobleman
Jury member, in theory
Look through a keyhole, say
Source of pressure, to many teens
Source of teen pressure
Teenager's source of pressure
Word before review or pressure
Earl, say
Equal
Social equal The Washington Post Sunday 31 Dec 2017
Anyone like you Universal 24 Dec 2017
One of 12 on a jury New York Times 27 Nov 2017
Pressure source Wall Street Journal 22 Nov 2017
Look keenly Newsday 15 Nov 2017
Kind of review New York Times 05 Nov 2017
Duke or duchess Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2017
"___ Gynt" Universal 04 Nov 2017
Singular source of pressure, possibly, for noble person The Telegraph Cryptic 29 Oct 2017
One in a jury box USA Today 21 Oct 2017
Appointed member of Parliament New York Times 23 Sep 2017
Word with "pressure" or "group" Universal 06 Sep 2017
Word before group or pressure USA Today 02 Aug 2017
Kind of pressure New York Times 30 Jul 2017
Word with "pressure" or "group" Family Time 17 Jul 2017
Look through a keyhole USA Today 16 Jul 2017
Equal Universal 13 Jul 2017
Source of pressure, perhaps New York Times 28 Jun 2017
Blueblood Universal 11 Apr 2017
Lord, look! The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Apr 2017
Lord of the realm The Guardian Speedy 12 Mar 2017
Jury member Wall Street Journal 11 Mar 2017
One in a jury box New York Times 02 Mar 2017
Academic reviewer The Washington Post 01 Feb 2017
Source of pressure, maybe USA Today 12 Jan 2017
House of Lords member LA Times Daily 08 Jan 2017
Appointed member of Parliament
House of Lords member
Word before group or pressure
Source of pressure, maybe
One in a jury box
Look through a keyhole
Word with "pressure" or "group"
Equal
Blueblood
Anyone like you
"___ Gynt"
Source of pressure, perhaps
One of 12 on a jury
One in a jury box
Kind of review
Kind of pressure
Viscount, e.g Wall Street Journal 31 Dec 2016
One of equal standing The Washington Post 31 Dec 2016
Look closely The Telegraph Quick 22 Nov 2016
Source of pressure The Washington Post 20 Nov 2016
Equal; nobleman The Telegraph Quick 08 Nov 2016
Teen's pressure source The Washington Post 25 Oct 2016
Your equal in society Universal 17 Aug 2016
Pressure applier? The Washington Post 14 Aug 2016
Person of equal standing The Washington Post 02 Aug 2016
Contemporary Wall Street Journal 12 Jul 2016
Jury member, ostensibly The Washington Post 28 Jun 2016
Jury member New York Times 27 Jun 2016
Look at the fellow! The Times Cryptic 22 Jun 2016
Duke or viscount Wall Street Journal 21 Jun 2016
Kind of pressure Family Time 20 Jun 2016
Look carefully LA Times Daily 14 Jun 2016
Heartless denier of his friend, look The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Jun 2016
Social equal LA Times Daily 06 Jun 2016
Pressure source LA Times Daily 22 May 2016
Look with difficulty (at) The Guardian Quick 14 May 2016
___ pressure New York Times 11 May 2016
Use a spyglass Universal 20 Apr 2016
Juror, in theory Family Time 28 Mar 2016
Jury member Universal 16 Feb 2016
British noble Newsday 31 Jan 2016
Look carefully
Jury member
Jury member
Social equal
Pressure source
One of equal standing Universal 04 Dec 2015
One may exert pressure The Washington Post 02 Dec 2015
Jury member, to a defendant The Washington Post 25 Nov 2015
Look for an equal The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Nov 2015
Jury member, essentially Universal 09 Oct 2015
Equal Thomas Joseph 12 Aug 2015
Look through binoculars, e.g New York Times 10 Aug 2015
Use a spyglass New York Times 15 Jul 2015
Look keenly Premier Sunday 05 Jul 2015
Potential juror USA Today 14 Jun 2015
Aristocrat The Telegraph Quick 26 May 2015
Duke or earl, e.g USA Today 09 May 2015
Member of the jury USA Today 08 May 2015
Review target LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2015
Jury member, essentially USA Today 03 Apr 2015
Someone like you Family Time 02 Mar 2015
One of equal standing to you Family Time 08 Feb 2015
Juror, theoretically Eugene Sheffer 31 Jan 2015
Look with difficulty (at) The Times Concise 23 Jan 2015
A person's equal Family Time 12 Jan 2015
Your equal in society Family Time 05 Jan 2015
Source of pressure USA Today 02 Jan 2015
Look through binoculars, e.g.
Review target
Jury member, essentially
Use a spyglass
Jury member, essentially
Review target
"She stands today without a ___" (lyric in Rensselaer's alma mater, and yeah, this is a homer clue; sue me)
Source of pressure, perhaps
Pressure applier?
Part of a review group, perhaps
House of Lords member
Jury member
Jury member, to a defendant
Look carefully (at)
One of equal standing
Look closely
Source of pressure
Potential juror
Member of the jury
Duke or earl, e.g.
Look narrowly
One of the British elite
One may exert pressure
Jury member
Relative equal
Look closely (at)
Look keenly
Social equal
Source of pressure, at times
Node in a network, in file-sharing speak
Juror, in theory
Pressure or review preceder
Man of the gentry
Pressure source
Jury member
Duke or earl
Source of pressure, perhaps
Classmate, for instance
Look searchingly
Look sharply
Earl or duke
Kind of pressure or review
Source of pressure
Word with group or pressure
Look closely (at)
Person of equal rank
Someone like you
One of equal standing
One may exert pressure
Baron, e.g.
Gaze (at)
Get a look (at)
House of Lords member
Word before "group" or "pressure"
Fair jury member
___ of the realm
One's contemporary
Type of pressure
Use a keyhole?
Pressure source, sometimes
Marquess or viscount, e.g.
Fair jury member
Use binoculars, say
Social equal
Look closely
Look intently
Look (into)
Colleague
Look closely
Squint (at)
Classmate, for one
House of Lords member
Duke, e.g.
Source of teen pressure
Nobleman
Look through some blinds, say
One of a group of 12, say
One's equal
Member of the jury
Social equal
A person's equal
Look carefully
Jury member
House of Lords member
Member of the upper crust
Look with narrowed eyes
" ___ Gynt"
Equal person
Look narrowly
Word with "pressure" or "group"
Squint
Word with "group" or "pressure"
Noble
"___ Gynt"
Juror, in theory
Look curiously
Jury member
Without ___ (unequaled)
Annual employee review contributor
Look closely
___ review
Squint (at)
Someone a lot like you
Use a spyglass
Lady, e.g.
<<NO CLUE>>
Equal
" ___ Gynt"
Annual employee review contributor
Kind of group or pressure
Look searchingly
Look out a window, say
Source of pressure, perhaps
Look intently
Word with pressure or review
Potential juror
Source of pressure
Duke or earl
Word with group or pressure
Word with pressure or review
Word with group or pressure
Jury member
Classmate, e.g.
Source of pressure, perhaps
Lord, e.g.
Jury member, theoretically
Defendant, to a juror
Contemporary
" ___ Gynt"
Academic reviewer
Equal
Look searchingly
Source of some pressure, maybe
Duke, e.g.
Equal
One of the gang
Person of equal standing
Word before group or pressure
House of Lords member
One of the gang
Word with "pressure" or "review"
39-Across, for one
Jury member
Duke, e.g.
Gaze
By
Pressure source, perhaps
Titled one
39-Across, for one
Type of pressure
House of Lords member
Look narrowly
Jury person
Use a spyglass
Marquess, e.g.
Something comparable
Gaze
Look narrowly
Take a good look
Jury member, according to the Constitution
Duke, to an earl
Marquess or viscount, e.g.
Parliamentarian
Classmate
Viscount, e.g.
Potential juror
Earl, for one
Teen pressurer
Look
Word with pressure or group
Gaze
One may be hereditary
Source of some pressure, maybe
Word with group or pressure
British nobleman
Source of pressure, often
Social equal
More than glance
Potential juror
Look curiously
Use a spyglass
Kind of pressure
Equal
Blue blood
Classmate
Academic reviewer
Nobleman
Jury member, theoretically
Jury member, in theory
Nobleman
Equivalent
Earl, for one
Look intently
Pressure source
Take a gander
Source of pressure, maybe
Fellow graduate
Social equal
Use a keyhole, perhaps
Use a spyglass
Equal
Look searchingly
Member of a jury
One reviewing a journal article
Word with pressure or review
Type of pressure
Nobleman
Viscount or marquess, e.g.
Count, e.g.
Equal
Solveig's love
" __ Gynt"
Use a spyglass
British nobleman
More than glance
Look intently
Jury member
Look narrowly
Defendant, to a juror
Duke or viscount, e.g.
Pressure source
Person of equal rank
Gaze
Lord or Lady
Look narrowly
Associate
Jury box member
Get an eyeful
Duke or earl
Look curiously
Pressure source, perhaps
Mr. Gynt
Pressure source, perhaps
One of equal standing
Use a keyhole, perhaps
Pressure source, sometimes
Coeval
Look narrowly at
Jury member
Jury member
Ibsen's '-- Gynt'
Source of some pressure
Duke or earl, e.g.
Pressure applier?
Duke or earl
Count, perhaps
Look over a wall, say
Equal person
Look closely
Fellow juror
Potential jury member
Squint
Synonym of 25 Across
Kind of pressure
Look intently
Kind of pressure
Agemate
Earl or marquis
Source of pressure
Equal
Equal
Look intently
Look intently
Social equal
Look searchingly
Kind of pressure
Juror
One may pressure you
Nobleman
Look closely
Look
Equal type of pressure?
Juror, e.g.
Jury sitter
Pressure applier?
Kind of pressure
Look intently
Squint
Use a keyhole, perhaps
Juror
"_____ Gynt"
Equal one
Ibsen's "___ Gynt"
Kind of pressure
A Gynt
Member of the jury
Juror, in theory
Juror
Juror in theory
Someone like you
Juror, in theory
Contemporary
Look searchingly
Source of pressure, maybe
Social equal
Juror, in theory
Look closely
Juror
Strain to see
One's equal
Group or pressure
Baron or earl
An equal
Pressure source, perhaps
Kind of group or pressure
Jury member?
Social equal
Use a keyhole, perhaps
House of Lords member
Blueblood
Marquess or viscount
Jury member, ideally
Look on tiptoe, say
Classmate often
Duke or earl
Gaze
Juror, theoretically
Parliamentarian
Squint (at)
See 41 Down
Noble
Earl, for one
____ Gynt
Man of title
Nobleman
____ Gynt
Marquis, for one
Look at
Look with effort
One of the elite
Have a look-see
Look searchingly
Marquess or viscount
Duke or earl
Parliament member
Take a gander
Type of group
Classmate, e.g.
Milord
"Iolanthe" marcher
Look with squinty eyes
Juror, in theory
Juror or nobleman
Type of pressure
Baron, e.g.
Nobleman or equal
Fellow citizen
Look sharply
Stare
Lord
Match; equal
Look at narrowly
Kind of group
Earl or duke
Noble
Lord or baron
Take a peek
British nobleman
Ibsen man saved by Solveig
Jury type
Legal equal
Titled man
Viscount, e.g.
Squint, for example
Look into
"___ Gynt"
Olivier is one
Earl or viscount
Count or viscount
One of the Royals?
Stare; gaze
An equal
___ pressure
Noble
Duke or baron
Look, in a way
British V.I.P.
Have a look
One on equal footing
Marquess, for one
Take a hard look
Coequal
Titled one
Gynt
Ibsen's Gynt
Look in a way
Look narrowly
British noble
___ Gynt.
Viscount.
Look in a way.
Noble.
Ibsen role.
Equal.
Peep out.
Nobleman.
Legal equal.
Baron.
Man of rank.
H. L. member.
Count.
Look narrowly.
Earl.
Iolanthe's mate.
Ibsen character.
Titled one.
Come into view.
"Iolanthe" character.
A full equal.
Ibsen hero.
Entry in Debrett.
Duke.
Duke or baron.
Ibsen Character.
"The ___ and the Peri."
Gaze.
Look closely.
Look intently.
Name in Burke's.
British M. P.
He's listed in Burke's.
Character in "Iolanthe."
Member of House of Lords.
Member of the House of Lords.
John Garfield's role.
Ibsen's egotist, ___ Gynt.
Mr. Churchill declined the honor of becoming one.
M. P.
___-reviewed journal
Jury member
Jury candidate
Fellow citizen
Contemporary
___-reviewed journals
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