Did you perchance mean leading?
- v. present participle of leaf.
- n. (botany) the process of forming leaves
“Last week, Melissa Lowe, an American, was with a bored expression leafing through an English newspaper in the waiting room of the foreigners 'clinic of a university hospital in Seoul.”
“My only complaint is that it can be quite addictive – I spent hours 'leafing' through different topics and photos, and look forward to returning to the site. at”
“I'd settle for something that's fast enough to allow for true "leafing" through a book.”
“At an airport recently I saw a man with an Amazon Kindle walking around a bookstore, leafing through $24.95 hardcover books before buying them for $11.95 online.”
“Quiet as a congregation hushed before their leader, an orderly line snaked through the store all the way to the back, though few seemed to be leafing through books in the shelves on either side of them as they approached.”
“Hmmm ..." he hmm'ed, leafing through his stacks of paperwork.”
“Even if you are not familiar with Barry Moser's name, you've likely seen his distinctive engravings while reading a classic novel or leafing through a children's book.”
“Ah, yes … springtime … trees are leafing, birds are singing, and b-cup is surmising …”
“Perhaps you started leafing through the book already in the shop.”
“I pull book after book from the shelves of the library, leafing through them, sliding them back in place.”
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