from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete strong preterit of leap.
- n. See leap.
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*dans dans dans dans twerl twerl swooooooop glyde glyde swoop to teh left, swoop to teh rite littlol leep leep leep*
"No, not nice go 'leep' tanning up," said Pomp, coolly; and there was a long pause, with the monotonous talking of the Indians still going on.
Crist tell that maggot to take a flying leep off the highest empire state building.
Conan, who preferred his leep under the vast starry sky, felt like a caged tiger.
Shii wuld leep fru teh ayre adn ladn awn fings adn showldurs adn baks….
*Hazza impwessed wif de hite himz gotz awn dat leep.
Too many negative things have been said in a desperate aim of destroying the other person; it is good to "look before you leep" because when one falls, the only person that could come to one's rescue could be the person you earlier tried to destroy.
But a good rule of thumb here is that, unless you're telling someone that they resemble Julianne Moore or Johnny Depp, zeep the leep.
May 11, 2010 at 5:19 pm ablol tew leep obbur tawl goggies…
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