from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete spelling of leal.


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  • Den more mens come from Circle City, and dey say no, das thees mans, Daveed Payne, come Dawson leel tam back.


  • That responsibility does lie at the lowest level, as it is the lowest leel that enables the highest.

    Matt Bin and American war resisters.

  • The creatures who inhabit these dwellings and even their dark, wet cellars, and who live confined amidst all this filth and foul air -- which cannot be dissipated because of the surrounding lofty buildings -- must surely have sunk to the lowest leel of humanity.

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  • The Commission further proposes mental health interventions on community leel, s well as specialised trauma counselling services and family-based therapy.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The fact that they were separated at night, though, aiso maae rranK leel better about the impotency, I think, because he didn't have to perform for her.

    Sinatra The Man Behind the Myth

  • Africa's experience in tertiary-leel distance education.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Here leel 'bill, which feel obleege you pay, sar.'

    The International Monthly, Volume 3, No. 1, April, 1851

  • Sandy he's take one leel drink up at de stable, and he's go mad lak one diable. '

    Black Rock: a Tale of the Selkirks

  • 'He's tink more for dat leel baby dan for de whole worl'; he's tink more for dat baby dan for me, 'but she shrugged her pretty little shoulders in deprecation of her speech.

    Black Rock: a Tale of the Selkirks

  • Dat's what you call -- one bite of -- of -- dat leel bees, he's dere, you put your finger dere, he's not dere!

    Black Rock: a Tale of the Selkirks


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