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  • Leer

    [leer] /lɪər/ verb (used without object) 1. to look with a sideways or oblique glance, especially suggestive of lascivious interest or sly and malicious intention: I can’t concentrate with you leering at me. noun 2. a lascivious or sly look. [leer] /lɪər/ adjective, British Dialect. 1. having no burden or load. 2. faint for lack […]

  • Leered

    [leer] /lɪər/ verb (used without object) 1. to look with a sideways or oblique glance, especially suggestive of lascivious interest or sly and malicious intention: I can’t concentrate with you leering at me. noun 2. a lascivious or sly look. /lɪə/ verb 1. (intransitive) to give an oblique, sneering, or suggestive look or grin noun […]



  • Leerer

    [leer] /lɪər/ adjective, British Dialect. 1. having no burden or load. 2. faint for lack of food; hungry. /lɪə/ verb 1. (intransitive) to give an oblique, sneering, or suggestive look or grin noun 2. such a look v. “to look obliquely” (now usually implying “with a lustful or malicious intent”), 1520s, probably from Middle English […]

  • Leeriness

    [leer-ee] /ˈlɪər i/ adjective, leerier, leeriest. 1. wary; suspicious (usually followed by of): I’m leery of his financial advice. 2. Archaic. knowing; alert. /ˈlɪərɪ/ adjective leerier, leeriest, learier, leariest 1. (mainly dialect) knowing or sly 2. (slang) (foll by of) suspicious or wary 3. (slang) rowdy or boisterous adj. “untrusting, suspicious, alert,” 1718, originally slang, […]



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