- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lean.
“Frau Ballin leans forward and presses her trembling mouth to my ear.”
“Her fuzzy noggin leans hard against your fingernails and you're certain you must be hurting her -- but no -- she purrs like a fiend, making the same bliss-face that people often do when a Q-Tip hits just the right spot.”
“* chodin leans over and goes back to sucking his own dick*”
“Ironically, although today’s Britain leans far more to the left than does the U.S.,”
“A YOUNG man with a cold face, much nervous energy and a tired-of-the-world expression leans over the polished, silver-mounted drinking bar.”
“Cari Evans Sullivan describes herself as a conservative Republican who disagrees with Mr. Campbell on certain issues, such as the fact she "leans" against abortion rights.”
“I think WI is hardly a toss-up and may be more solidly Obama than even "leans" ...”
“Early in our conversation, DuBois said she "leans" toward voting for John McCain, but was also leaving open the option of writing in Hillary's name.”
“I mean, as a conservative, if you ` re an independent that kind of leans, you know, Republican, maybe.”
“But there is a lot of evidence that ` s coming out that kind of leans toward the fact that her family might have been killed in an assassination-style hit.”
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