from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See leecher.
  • n. A leach-tub or leaching-vat.
  • n. Obsolete spellings of lecher, etc.


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  • Needless wars and shipping jobs offshore have turned it from a producer society into some parasitic leacher.

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • Geraldine are in town (it's so odd seeing them in Old Blighty ...) and they very kindly snapped me (yes I am a leacher of other people's great photography skills whilst not being able to develop my own ...) ...

    Style Bubble


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