Definition of Leeps

1. leep [v] - See also: leep



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leeps

leechees
leecher
leechers
leeches
leeching
leechlike
leed
leeing
leek
leek moth
leek moths
leeklike
leeks
leeped
leeping
leeps (current term)
leer
leered
leerer
leerers
leerier
leeriest
leerily
leeriness
leerinesses
leering
leeringly
leerings
leerness
leers

Literary usage of Leeps

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1. Who's who in America by John William Leonard, Albert Nelson Marquis (1903)
"Harvard, Я 1847; went Immediately to China and engaged in mercantile pursuits; returned to US, 1857; m. Baltimore, Md., 1868, Jane leeps de Coninck. ..."

2. The Reformation by George Park Fisher (1906)
"... the doctrine which was professed by Anabaptists that the -leeps between death and the resurrection. It may in its groundwork have been composed then, ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1826)
"Though she is a sad lazy slut—-won Ч learn a line, and «leeps all day upon the sofa ! But I'ma teacher ; and therefore the less I parade my own practice—at ..."

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