[lees-muh n] /ˈlis mən/
noun, plural leasemen.
a person who land and obtains the rights to its use, especially oil-drilling rights.
[leesh] /liʃ/ noun 1. a chain, strap, etc., for controlling or leading a dog or other animal; lead. 2. check; curb; restraint: to keep one’s temper in leash; a tight leash on one’s subordinates. 3. Hunting. a brace and a half, as of foxes or hounds. verb (used with object) 4. to secure, control, or […]
noun, Mathematics. 1. the smallest number that is a common denominator of a given set of fractions. noun 1. another name for lowest common denominator
- Least of all
Especially not. For example, No one cared, least of all the manager, or None of them will attend, least of all Jim. [ Late 1800s ]
noun 1. the digit farthest to the right in a number. Abbreviation: LSD.