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"PEEK," "PIQUE," and "PEAK"
"Peek" means a quick look. "Pique" means to provoke or arouse. "Peak" refers to the highest point. Ex.: Let's take a peek at the menu. Her curiosity was piqued. We reached the mountain peak at noon.
"PRECEDE" and "PROCEED"
"Precede" means to come before in time or order. "Proceed" means to continue or move forward. Ex.: The introduction precedes the main text. After the break, we will proceed with the meeting.