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  • n. Plural form of lecher.


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  • You really don't need the lechers ... you really don't.

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  • I think their is a deeper issue to do with society here in England and the West and the over sexualisation in the media of women, that gives the impression to brainless lechers that white women are "easy meat"!

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  • Never heard it said that we cops are all lechers … on December 15, 2009 at 1: 13 pm Bobby

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  • The show opens with a dud – Monument to the Spaniards Who Died for France, the monument in question surrounded by a clutter of programmatic emblems – and ends with a surprising attempt to make a proto-feminist of Picasso, pretty much against all the biographical evidence, in a room full of senile lechers and open-thighed nudes.

    Picasso: Peace and Freedom

  • His supporters were marginalized but tolerated in the village, like harmless but disliked lechers.

    A Privilege to Die

  • "I bet you treat your vows no better than the old friars did, the lechers."

    The Devil's Bedpost

  • I have had my share of stalkers and lechers and most times, I am careful enough not to allow it to lead to something dangerous.

    Passing Time

  • It seems that because heterosexual sex is socially understood as normal, that this somehow erases the many lechers, strolling through downtown corridors, with the lipstick of their mistress on their collar.

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  • For centuries civilized society took a dim view of food lovers, calling them gourmands and gluttons and placing them on a moral par with lechers, he begins.

    The Foie Gras Wars

  • For centuries civilized society took a dim view of food lovers, calling them “gourmands” and “gluttons” and placing them on a moral par with lechers.

    Hard to Swallow


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