noun Classical Mythology.
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Contemporary Examples of leander
See Leander Kahney's piece in Wired last year for more tales of the firm's secrecy.Secrets Steve Jobs Kept From Me
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Historical Examples of leander
Hero is a "wench o' the Bankside," and Leander swims across the Thames to her.The Man Shakespeare
Leander asked me right up and down if I wouldn't enlist if I was in his position.
I presume likely you've heard the news from Leander Babbitt, Jed?
If his son, Leander, shared his father's opinions, he did not express them.
Leander wasn't strong, anyway; besides, wasn't he his father's principal support?
youth of Abydos, lover of Hero, who swam nightly across the Hellespont to visit her, from Greek Leiandros, literally "lion-man," from leon "lion" + aner (genitive andros) "man" (see anthropo-).