It costs less; an', whin 'tis done, a man can LEP aboord a sthreet ca-ar, an' come to his family an' sleep it off.
LEP and Dick, the “wheelers” to our leading wagon, were the largest cattle in the entire train.
The English pronounce leap, LEP; and that in the present tense as well as the past.
A child, that from its mother hath been torn by LEP'rous hands, which must give up their prey.
LEPton, LEP′ton, n. the smallest of modern Greek coins, 100 to the drachma.
LEP out onto 'em, widout a word, snatch the gear an' run fair south along the track, yellin' like hell.
Faith, it's sorra a ha'porth cud she course or LEP these fifteen years.
I often used to go to LEP's Auction Rooms where all kinds of art works were sold, at auction.
I ran at him, tripped on a stump, let out a yell, and he LEP' straight at my throat.
LEP'idus first entered; and, finding all things safe, made the signal for the other two to approach.