Definition of Lecheries
1. lechery [n] - See also: lechery
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lecheries
Literary usage of Lecheries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."