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I put my head around the door frame to secretly look at a woman.

Is it correct to say "I peeped around the door frame at her"?

or "I looked around the door frame to peep at her"?

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    The first one is idiomatic. Peeping is a way of looking, so you don't need both verbs in the sentence. Sep 8 at 8:15
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    Usually the 'frame' is omitted. "I peeped around/through the door at her". Sep 8 at 8:16

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