Did you by any chance mean lead?
- n. Plural form of lea.
“DORA: A boy I know; Dan his name is -- 'leas' 'e's not a gentleman.”
“Tha'z astonizhing that _anybody_ could do that, an 'leas' of all "[confronting Chester]" the daughter of a papa an 'gran'papa with such a drama-tique bio-graphie!”
“There were sedges and rushes, too, in the bogs, and coarse grass on the forest pastures -- or "leas" as we call them to this day round here -- but no real green fields; and, I suspect, very few gay flowers, save in spring the sheets of golden gorse, and in summer the purple heather.”
“From memory, the suggested that the police helicopter was out at leas every two weeks on two existing sites & every week on a third!!!!”
“At leas Obama didn't run around telling everybody that he had been called by God to be president.”
“I make leas then $40,000 a year and still willing to help my neighbor with health care.”
“Let me tell you that at leas, here in Cancun, there are not cases of flu.”
“I think I'll check out Chasm City first though based on your review to give me at leas some background of the world first.”
“He and his staff have ad at leas three days to KNOW that Bush waited six days.”
“Contracts signed by the developers said buyers would be entitled to a refund of their deposits if at leas t one sale didn't close by Sept. 1, 2008.”
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