Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of leak.
  • adjective Of a document, etc, produced by a company or organization, intended to be confidential but having been released to the public or the press.

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Examples

  • John Brennan had the inside track for CIA, but when his name leaked which made Obama furious liberals claimed he was implicated in the Bush interrogation policies and he was switched to homeland security advisor, which did not require Senate confirmation.

    THE PROMISE

  • Also, the word leaked out that TWA hated their current song and this one seemed ideal.

    From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor

  • John Brennan had the inside track for CIA, but when his name leaked which made Obama furious liberals claimed he was implicated in the Bush interrogation policies and he was switched to homeland security advisor, which did not require Senate confirmation.

    THE PROMISE

  • John Brennan had the inside track for CIA, but when his name leaked which made Obama furious liberals claimed he was implicated in the Bush interrogation policies and he was switched to homeland security advisor, which did not require Senate confirmation.

    THE PROMISE

  • Also, the word leaked out that TWA hated their current song and this one seemed ideal.

    From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor

  • Also, the word leaked out that TWA hated their current song and this one seemed ideal.

    From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor

  • Also, the word leaked out that TWA hated their current song and this one seemed ideal.

    From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor

  • After the word leaked out of my agreement to run as a favorite son in the primary, I began getting calls from Republicans around the country asking me if it was true that my name was going to be placed in nomination as a candidate.

    An American Life

  • After the word leaked out of my agreement to run as a favorite son in the primary, I began getting calls from Republicans around the country asking me if it was true that my name was going to be placed in nomination as a candidate.

    An American Life

  • After the word leaked out of my agreement to run as a favorite son in the primary, I began getting calls from Republicans around the country asking me if it was true that my name was going to be placed in nomination as a candidate.

    An American Life

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