Peekaboo


Peekaboo — Hide & Seek Online. Players are divided into two teams: props and hunters.Props take the form of objects and adopt their physical properties, and hunters are trying with all their might to find them.

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When was Peekaboo released?

Peekaboo was released on 7 Aug, 2019

Who was the developer that made Peekaboo?

Redaster Studio were the developers that made Peekaboo

Where is peek-a-boo from?

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How do you use peek-a-boo in a sentence?

1 Peekaboo! I see you! 2 Play peekaboo, using see-through scarves or your hands. 3 Can you imagine a male presenter wearing peek-a-boo boxer shorts showing more than a hint of his you-know-what?24 Jul 2020

What’s another name for Peekaboo?

In this page you can discover 8 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for peek-a-boo, like: hide-and-seek, width-468, pitch-and-toss, light-up, bug, width-500, UT04 and squeaker.

Is it peekaboo or peek-a-boo?

Peekaboo (also spelled peek-a-boo) is a form of play played with an infant. To play, one player hides their face, pops back into the view of the other, and says Peekaboo!, sometimes followed by I see you! There are many variations: for example, where trees are involved, “Hiding behind that tree!” is sometimes added.

What’s another name for peekaboo?

In this page you can discover 8 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for peek-a-boo, like: hide-and-seek, width-468, pitch-and-toss, light-up, bug, width-500, UT04 and squeaker.

Why is it called Peekaboo?

peekaboo (n.) also peek-a-boo, as the name of a children’s game attested from 1590s; as an adjective (of garments) meaning “see-through, open,” it dates from 1895. From peek (v.) + boo. Compare bo-peep.

What does peek-a-boo meaning?

Definition of peekaboo : a game for amusing a baby by repeatedly hiding one’s face or body and popping back into view exclaiming “Peekaboo!” peekaboo.

What does peekaboo mean in slang?

exclamation, noun [ U ] us. /ˈpik·əˌbu/ a game played with very young children in which you hide your face, esp. with your hands, and then suddenly take your hands away, saying “peek-a-boo”