Common misspellings for peer:
peaker, poiwer, poer, peetr, pver, pper, uppper, apoear, heeer, prer, peiord, peir, perffer, zeor, pelor, peffer, peech, paiir, meer, perfur, opper, pooer, teer, peeta, swypeer, pooor, peooe, pwner, pianeer, piecer, peet, deepeer, perr, ppier, paer, pciuer, pouir, peyd, apper, apear, peerd, peror, upeer, ppers, pieord, paber, puero, keper, poery, ppor, lepor, apeear, papeer, e'er, pter, pover, perfer, pere, uppoer, geer, piere, puert, pamer, ppoor, neer, appeear, heer, peirre, perfor, pffer, pwer, perpar, pther, preior, pee'd, ceepy, uppeer, perfo, reear, perri, ppear, peeed, ypour, perjur, reer, pwwr, feer, poaoaer, pineeer, piwer, caeer, pyer, aapear, 1per, peears, pawer, nner, poder, pefer, peper, pepeer, 1peter, poewer, ypper, pieter, peee, pemier, peter1, puer, ppower, poewr, perfe, peeers, picer, peoper, petr, heear, wner, preer, yeer, paoer, pwder, pwoer, perfeer, yipeee, peeer, wweer, poweer, ppwer, apeer, poner, peere, speeh, pfer, peree, piter, eer, yser, depeer, pedi, pepaer, peire, peece, paior, speer, weer, pepar, cpper, pfor, lapeer, pazer, paerd, peei, pelr, pewr, pierc, pinoeer, plier, peersue, wwer, 0eer, pser, p4er, p3er, pedr, pe4r, pe3r, pee5, pee4, poeer, p-eer, 0peer, p0eer, pweer, pseer, peser, pdeer, peder, p4eer, pe4er, p3eer, pe3er, peewr, peesr, peedr, peerr, pee4r, pee3r, peefr, peerf, peert, pee5r, peer5, peer4, ppeer, qeer, pmer, peur, pemr, pegr, pee2, peez, peev, pier, pe er, pee r.
Definition of peer:
- a term that means your equal.
- To appear; to peep.
- To make equal in rank.
- To be, or to assume to be, equal.
- To come in sight; to appear.
- To look narrowly or curiously or intently; to peep; as, the peering day.
- To look narrowly or closely; as, to peer through the trees.
- To look narrowly: to peep:- pa. t. and pa. p. peered.
- To come in sight; look narrowly; peep.
- To look at or into something attentively and inquiringly.
- a person who is of equal standing with another in a group
- ( British) a nobleman ( duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage
- a nobleman ( duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage
- One of the same rank, quality, endowments, character, etc.; an equal; a match; a mate.
- A comrade; a companion; a fellow; an associate.
- A nobleman; a member of one of the five degrees of the British nobility, namely, duke, marquis, earl, viscount, baron; as, a peer of the realm.
- One of the same rank; an equal; a nobleman.
- An equal: an associate: a nobleman: in Great Britain a member of the House of Lords:- fem. PEERESS.
- A nobleman.
- An equal; member of the House of Lords; high nobleman.
- An equal.
- One of the same rank; an equal; a fellow; a nobleman; a lord of parliament.
- A match; an equal; one of the same social rank; a nobleman; a member of the House of Lords.