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leachy

[ lee-chee ]
/ ˈli tʃi /
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adjective, leach·i·er, leach·i·est.
allowing water to percolate through, as sandy or rocky soil; porous.
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Origin of leachy

An Americanism dating back to 1840–50; leach1 + -y1
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