v. feeped, feep·ing, feeps
To permit the escape of a sexual opportunity.
Note on etymology: The origin of the word "feep" dates back to the late 1990s, when a relocated Pennsylvanian, affectionately referred to as Feep by his peers, first began attempting to have sex with women. His numerable and seemingly endless failures resulted in the formulation of the above word derived from his name.
Rather than engaging in coitus, the two lovebirds spooned and watched the overrated holiday comedy Elf. When the two ate breakfast the following morning, and she flirted relentlessly with the waiter, it became obvious that he feeped another opportunity.