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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of lean.

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Examples

  • She coasted to a stop, set her bicycle against the gate, and without a word leaned into him and slipped her arms beneath the folds of his jacket.

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  • She coasted to a stop, set her bicycle against the gate, and without a word leaned into him and slipped her arms beneath the folds of his jacket.

    Heaven Lake

  • She coasted to a stop, set her bicycle against the gate, and without a word leaned into him and slipped her arms beneath the folds of his jacket.

    Heaven Lake

  • She coasted to a stop, set her bicycle against the gate, and without a word leaned into him and slipped her arms beneath the folds of his jacket.

    Heaven Lake

  • She coasted to a stop, set her bicycle against the gate, and without a word leaned into him and slipped her arms beneath the folds of his jacket.

    Heaven Lake

  • She coasted to a stop, set her bicycle against the gate, and without a word leaned into him and slipped her arms beneath the folds of his jacket.

    Heaven Lake

  • That he expressed the general feeling in our train was evidenced by the many women who leaned from the wagons, thrusting out gaunt forearms and shaking bony, labor-malformed fists at the last of Mormondom.

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  • Paladin leaned close and ran a hand gently over her hair.

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  • Cardin leaned his head on Yves Saint-Laurent's shoulder and he was won over -- and me, too.

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  • He probably was the player least expected to take a shot that could force overtime, but Martin leaned in and drilled it.

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