leas


leas
leas
pa. tense of leese, to lose.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • léas — 1. adj w.g. without, free from, devoid of, bereft of; 1 false, faithless; untruthful, deceitful; lax; vain, worthless; 2. n ( es/ ) falsehood, lying; untruth, mistake …   Old to modern English dictionary

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  • LEAS — abbr. PRIDE AUTOMOTIVE GRP INC NASDAQ …   Dictionary of abbreviations

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  • leas|ing — «LEE zihng», noun. Scottish. 1. lying; falsehood. 2. a lie; a falsehood: »Thou shalt destroy them that speak leasing (Psalms 5:6). ╂[Old English lēasung < lēasian to lie < lēas false] …   Useful english dictionary


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