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  • n. someone who leers.


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  • It doesn't do the race any good to be represented by a leerer.

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  • Looking at the above image, we see that we're supposed to be amused by professional leerer Archie Andrews' interest in jogging being solely looking at girls in jogging attire.

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  • She could tolerate such silence as long as the leerer was out of arm's reach.

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  • "There are a couple of empty benches farther along," he murmured, stepping forward to stand between her and the leerer.

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  • Bismarck wrote on this subject: "Für mich sind die Worte, 'von Gottes Gnaden,' welche christliche Herrscher ihrem Namen beifügen, kein leerer Schall, sondern ich sehe darin das Bekenntniss, des Fürsten das Scepter was ihnen Gott verliehen hat, nur nach Gottes Willen auf Erden führen wollen."

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  • His leer grew leerier -- the low, cunning leer, so peculiar to the London mongrel, that seems to say, "I am so intensely knowing; I am so very much all there;" and yet the leerer always remains in a dirty dress, always smokes the coarsest tobacco in the nastiest of pipes, and rides on a barrow to the end of his life.

    The Open Air


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