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- v. Present participle of lecher.
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She was just nineteen then, a lovely, lively innocent, and I watched her like a jealous hawk where the Society boys were concerned - I know what I was like when I was their age, and I wasn't having the dirty young rips lechering round my little Selly.
Come hither, and I will show thee in this platterful of fair fountain-water thy future wife lechering and sercroupierizing it with two swaggering ruffians, one after another.
Or how little strange should it appear to any rational man, if a lechering rogue, together with his mole-catching abettor, be entrapped in the flagrant act of suborning his daughter, and stealing her out of his house, though herself consent thereto, that the father in such a case of stain and infamy by them brought upon his family, should put them both to
Or sculpture because from the guiltless marble may be wrought a drunken Silenus or a lechering satyr?
The other is a very different sort - a great, coarse bully of a man, all brawn and little brain; he has spent his time here lechering after every female he could find. "