from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To lose.
- v. To release, set free.
- v. To loosen, unfasten.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To lose.
- transitive v. To hurt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To lose.
- To hurt.
- n. A Middle English form of lease, leash.
"leese" as they call it, crossed the threads correctly and was full of my triump.
It is too dismissive to equate education with a year in jail (college like jail? per-leese!) to get 18 months extra life - because the education effect is only one measure of the several positive effects of education - on salaries, happiness and so on.
There are thief-proof hangers (oh puh-leese) and no full-length mirror (so if I hit the bar with my dress tucked into my knickers, it won't be my fault).
April 16, 2010 at 6:48 pm sum tymes teh black toesesses remindz me uv teh blackberree fruitz –bof luk gud enuff tu eet, oar at leese kiss!
Oh, puh-leese, Mr. Pinko, the USSR is dead, McCarthy was right, and your side lost.
I read her annoyance through her blue-veined eyelids: Puh-leese!
At leese it not be teh Naugahyde or teh Pleh-ther.
June 11, 2008 at 3:40 pm giglol… adn awn mai sied, Aye thawt itz becawz Aye starded ah majurr guardin oberhawl Pixtur roly-poly, red-fayzed, grey-hared laydii wheel, fee-mail at leese hoppin op & down ahn teh shubbel, splainin tu teh forsythia wut mai opiyun ob dere ant-cess-tree wuz…
At leese Ai can afford it and many deerz in my yard.
Certainly they are to be repressed, or at least well guarded: for they cloud the mind; they leese friends; and they check with business, whereby business cannot go on currently and constantly.