I poked my head back through the door, taking care to stand outside.
She poked her head through the door to the kitchen.
Then the head of the big fish appeared, poking through the building.
She got out of the car at the hotel, and then poked her head through the window.
He poked his head through the hole in the wall and looked down.
I didn't want her walking in one day to find me poking through his clothes.
Michael poked her head through the crack in the door.
She poked her head through the door on the fourth floor, saw nobody.
He rose, poked his head through the door to take a look at the weather, looked inside again.
Meg looked at his white face and poked her head through the car window.