“We have to be cognizant of the fact that we all could have conflict minerals in our products,” said leet.
The landscape stretched out before leet Hall was fair to look upon.
But when I leet of a man, I's rather have him nor a hundred sec gentlemen as you!
“leet” is also used, chiefly in Scotland, for a list of persons nominated for election to an office.
"Then he is just the one to fix that City Hall matter for you," said Mr. leet.
It was easy: 1337 is also the way hackers write "leet," or "elite."
It was a question which has never been entirely solved in Church leet to this day.
The leet court and sheriff's turn court have much less jurisdiction.
“leet Hall and its broad lands,” repeated the Captain impatiently.
He would like to show his resentment to papa by turning his back on leet Hall.
c 1980, derived from "elite"
in reference to special court proceedings, late 13c., from Anglo-French lete, Anglo-Latin leta, of unknown origin; OED suggests possible connection to let (v.).
by 1997, ASCII alternative alphabet used mostly in Internet chat, derived from elite, and sometimes the word is used in that sense (e.g. in online gaming).