Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of leer.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of leer.

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Examples

  • 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.

    I.O.U.

  • 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

  • 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.

    23 « November « 2009 « The Manga Curmudgeon

  • "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

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

    Hugh Muir's Diary

  • 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.

    November « 2009 « Precocious Curmudgeon

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

    Stephen Merchant: Hello Ladies – review

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

    The X Factor USA – live blog

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

    Clovers in her hair

  • 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.

    I.O.U.

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