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  • n. Plural form of leer.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of leer.


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  • I like you a lot, leers LA Reid, possibly finishing himself off under the table.

    The X Factor USA – live blog

  • Then he leers into a camera, and we're treated to giant footage of his lascivious sex-face.

    Stephen Merchant: Hello Ladies – review

  • Ignoring their leers she skipped over and grabbed the handle of the swing from her brother.

    Clovers in her hair

  • With cheers and leers, Hef, now 85, can proceed in his own grubby way.

    Hugh Muir's Diary

  • "You could actually charge for this show in slo-mo, couldn't you?" show host Tom Bergeron leers after a slo-mo clip of Brandy and Maks clinging to each other during their number.

    'Dancing with the Stars' Week 4: We watch so you don't have to

  • The girl made no eye contact with the audience and seemed to be in her own little world, oblivious to the leers and cheers around her.


  • This allows that thing where a creator can sort of mock a character that leers and condescends and teases while still featuring the leering and condescension and teasing.

    Quick comic comments

  • It still hangs on the wall in our bedroom reminding me of days gone by when feminine fashions were the norm and women dressed in such a way as to draw the eye and cause admiration and nods of respect rather than gasps of shock and open leers.

    The Art of Frank Benson, from Victoria Magazine July 1992

  • Filled with Zidane's sweat, grunts and leers, the movie casts the audience into the action on the field.

    Alan Black: Action! Soccer on Film

  • The bartender leans in, leers, “I like a lady who knows what she wants.”

    601 Bourbon Street


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