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  • adj. Like a lech; lecherous, tawdrily lustful.


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lech +‎ -y


  • And as I slam down my phone, I see the ghost of the lechy babu in the old bank on Elgin Road grinning through paan

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • An image emerges, particularly during her early career, of the five-foot three-inch Bush surrounded by hairy, lechy, smirking, muso blokes.

    New Statesman

  • As predicted, that lechy Arlo finally began to sense trouble: when Dana didn't complete the mundane task he requested, he monitored the parking lot video and discovered her meeting with Kevin behind his sleazy van. Today's Latest Headlines

  • not lechy creeps, but coming back from lunchbreak to daily tedium and finding a shiny new post on PA.


  • Nor is it Regan’s—and she was just barely tolerating Dalton’s lechy behavior up until this point anyway.


  • Are McPherson at ABC and Reilly at NBC allowed to act lechy around their channel’s stars on the upfronts stage?

    TV Upfronts: Eye Teeth - ArtsBeat Blog -

  • (with Fitzpatrick and O'Neill reading their parts) of the most dated song from said show: the lechy "Everybody Ought to Have a Maid."

    The Seattle Times


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