Definition of Lecheries

1. lechery [n] - See also: lechery



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lecheries

lecanoric acid
lecanorin
leccy
lech
lech after
lechartelierite
lechatelierite
lechayim
lechayims
leched
lecheguilla poisoning
lechered
lecherer
lecherers
lecheries (current term)
lechering
lecherously
lecherousness
lecherousnesses
lechers
leches
leching
lechonera
lechoneras
lechs
lechwe
lechwes

Literary usage of Lecheries

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1. Dan Michel's Ayenbite of Inwyt; Or, Remorse of Conscience: In the Kentish by Dan Michel, Laurent (1866)
"... deb / to worke. and deb him uerst / v.ula»lee. r¡b«id- * I ' ' ries, lecheries, and '.'. ... lecheries / and his time ..."

2. Lives of Fair and Gallant Ladies by Pierre de Bourdeille Brantôme, Vies des dames galantes, Alfred Richard Allinson (1922)
"Furthermore, and this is a yet worse thing, these same husbands do teach their wives a thousand lecheries. The end is that for one fire brand of lust they ..."

3. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... I will try And if that he loue venery. [They put the Tapers to his fingers, and he starts. Sir Hu. It is right indeed, he is full of lecheries and ..."

4. American Syndicalism: The I. W. W. by John Graham Brooks (1913)
"Though never more prolific of depravity, never more active in parasitic lecheries, its real power is so near its end, that a few years of adroit and ..."

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