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  • v. Present participle of lech.


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  • The Heaven Room is covered entirely in murals by Antonio Verrio , whose leching among the kitchen girls made his time at the house a trial for them

    Life at Burghley

  • Both spaces are covered entirely in murals considered to be the greatest work of 17th-century Neapolitan master Antonio Verrio, whose leching among the kitchen girls made his time at the house a trial for them and everyone else.

    Life at Burghley

  • I think I preferred him last year when he turned up on stage in tinted sunglasses and berated Gervais for being rude about people before then leching over all the nominated actresses.

    Golden Globes 2012 – as it happened

  • The legacy of modernism: If we mean Great, as in the lone transcendent mind, escaping body and berth, recasting history in its own image, lurching (leching!) through the centuries, marking every muliebral fragment with its initials, contemplating eugenics, lolling in Freudian privilege, then boo! hiss!

    Anis Shivani: What Is the State of American Poetry? Leading American Poets Speak

  • Amis's Keith is a more-or-less civilised massive tool, a student of English literature given to pretentious pontificating, who wants to stay true to his girlfriend but can't help leching slaveringly over the weirdly unselfconscious sexbomb Scheherazade.

    Martin Amis, The Pregnant Widow (2010)

  • George Demetrios-as-Wolverine was leching in her direction.

    Kiss & Break Up

  • Things were all going swimmingly in Hrothgar's court, with much partying, drinking, leching and singing of bawdy songs, until the noise of this joy woke up poor Grendel -- played here by Crispin Glover in a life-sized but mouldy and half-melted plasticine suit modeled after Morph from 70s British TV show, Take Hart:

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • I'm quite likely to do some of that (well, okay, just the leching part, I lack nerve to do more than that, usually), and I don't see myself as a predator by any stretch of the imagination.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • You already knew that public transportation could be "fun" - the drunken leching, the frotteurs "accidentally" rubbing their inflamed crotches on you, the plink plink of someone paying the fare with 25 dimes - but I bet you didn't know that it was fun.

    Pour Me Another

  • If our Dad started leching over our tits like a milk-hungry tramp in public, we'd classify that as a regret.

    Jessica Simpson Is A Real Divorcee


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