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leady

[led-ee]
adjective, lead·i·er, lead·i·est.
  1. like lead; leaden.
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Origin of leady

First recorded in 1350–1400, leady is from the Middle English word leedy. See lead2, -y1
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Historical Examples

  • Taylor gasped—Franks and Moss were hurrying up to the leady!

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    Philip K. Dick

  • "We do not mean diplomatic discussions," the leady explained.

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  • "No one would know of it except yourselves," the leady pointed out.

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  • Drawing his lips tight over his teeth, he glared at the A-class leady.

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  • "It has taken thousands of generations to achieve," the A-class leady concluded.

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