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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of lech.


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  • He was in the middle of telling me about his worst nightmare – being leched at in a nightclub.

    Douglas Booth: Lines of beauty

  • "Yes, Leezza, Leezza, Leezza," leched Libya's Moammar Gadhafi last week on the eve of his meeting with the U.S. S.cretary of S.ate in Tripoli.

    Democratization and Its Discontents

  • She was leched over by some of Hollywood's most famous producers - and hounded continually for her morals by affronted anti-indecency campaigners, who dubbed her 'the filthiest woman ever to have set foot in Hollywood'.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Like it could be anyone's ambition to serve greasy chicken wings and be leched at by patrons!

    Blogtimore, Hon

  • He leched at her; she looked at him, as if to say "why is he leching at me?

    Jonathan Ross bids farewell to the BBC


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