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Leavings

ˈliː.vɪŋz

Meanings of Leavings:

plural noun

Things that have been left as worthless.

Usage examples:

She dropped her lunch leavings into a bin
noun

The things that a person or an animal leaves when they have finished doing something

Usage examples:

The leavings from the grinding of seeds and grain will be checked for starch and protein content., …

Meanings of Leavy:

adjective

Having or covered with leaves or foliage.

Meanings of Lebanese:

adjective

Relating to lebanon or its people.

Usage examples:

A lebanese restaurant
noun

A native or inhabitant of lebanon, or a person of lebanese descent.

Usage examples:

He was not well known among ordinary lebanese

Lebanon

ˈleb.ə.nən

Meanings of Lebanon:

proper noun

A country in the middle east with a coastline on the mediterranean sea; population 5,900,000 (estimated 2015); official language, arabic; capital, beirut.

noun

A country in western asia

Lebensraum

ˈleɪb(ə)nzˌraʊm

Meanings of Lebensraum:

noun

The territory which a group, state, or nation believes is needed for its natural development.

Usage examples:

The concept of lebensraum as understood in nazi ideology included in it the assumption that war was…

Lebkuchen

ˈleɪb.kuː.kən

Meanings of Lebkuchen:

noun

A spiced biscuit with a soft, chewy texture, typically containing ground nuts and citrus peel and covered with a glaze.

Usage examples:

It was a small cake, some kind of lebkuchen.

Leccy

ˈlek.i

Meanings of Leccy:

noun

Electricity, especially the supply of electricity to a home

Usage examples:

We're so broke that they'll be switching off the leccy any day now., he moans all the time about th…

Meanings of Lech:

noun

A lecher.

Usage examples:

He was not the booze-swilling lech that he appeared to be
verb

Act in a lecherous or lustful manner.

Usage examples:

Businessmen leching after bimbos

Meanings of Lecher:

noun

A lecherous man.

Usage examples:

A vile drunken lecher

Lecheries

ˈlɛtʃ(ə)ri

Meanings of Lecheries:

noun

Excessive or offensive sexual desire; lustfulness.

Usage examples:

The vice of lechery

Meanings of Lecherous:

adjective

Having or showing excessive or offensive sexual desire.

Usage examples:

She ignored his lecherous gaze

Lechers

ˈletʃ.ər

Meanings of Lechers:

noun

A lecherous man.

Usage examples:

A vile drunken lecher

Lechery

ˈletʃ.ər.i

Meanings of Lechery:

noun

Excessive or offensive sexual desire; lustfulness.

Usage examples:

The vice of lechery

Meanings of Leches:

noun

A lecher.

Usage examples:

He was not the booze-swilling lech that he appeared to be
verb

Act in a lecherous or lustful manner.

Usage examples:

Businessmen leching after bimbos

Meanings of Lechwe:

noun

A rough-coated grazing antelope with pointed hoofs and long horns, found in swampy grassland in southern africa and sudan.

Usage examples:

A group of red lechwe jumping and scattering in different directions can quickly confuse a lion.

Lecithin

ˈles.ɪ.θɪn

Meanings of Lecithin:

noun

Another term for phosphatidylcholine.

Meanings of Lecithinase:

noun

Another term for phospholipase.

Lecker

ˈlɛkə

Meanings of Lecker:

adjective

Good; pleasant.

Usage examples:

The lekker local flavour of south africa
adverb

Well.

Usage examples:

We got on lekker

Lectern

ˈlek.tən

Meanings of Lectern:

noun

A tall stand with a sloping top to hold a book or notes, from which someone, typically a preacher or lecturer, can read while standing up.

Usage examples:

The sound reflected from the lectern arrives toward the rear of the mic, where sound is rejected.

Meanings of Lecterns:

noun

A tall stand with a sloping top to hold a book or notes, from which someone, typically a preacher or lecturer, can read while standing up.

Usage examples:

The sound reflected from the lectern arrives toward the rear of the mic, where sound is rejected.

Meanings of Lection:

noun

A reading of a text found in a particular copy or edition.

Usage examples:

Her initial approach involved the provision of a system of one-a-day lections arranged by themes.

Meanings of Lectionaries:

noun

A list or book of portions of the bible appointed to be read at divine service.

Usage examples:

The deacon was given the task of preparing a new lectionary

Meanings of Lectionary:

noun

A list or book of portions of the bible appointed to be read at divine service.

Usage examples:

The deacon was given the task of preparing a new lectionary

Meanings of Lections:

noun

A reading of a text found in a particular copy or edition.

Usage examples:

Her initial approach involved the provision of a system of one-a-day lections arranged by themes.

Lector

ˈlɛktɔː

Meanings of Lector:

noun

A reader, especially someone who reads lessons in a church service.

Usage examples:

If the lector reads the responsorial psalm and gospel acclamation, prepare those in a similar manner.

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