verb (used without object)
Origin of leer1
Related formsleer·ing·ly, adverb
Definition for leer (2 of 4)
adjective British Dialect.
Origin of leer2
Definition for leer (3 of 4)
Definition for leer (4 of 4)
Origin of lee1
Examples from the Web for leer
He is like you would imagine a young hipster Clark Gable would be and he's got a leer on him that won't quit.
This with a leer that might have been of triumph or the mere whetting of gossip eagerness—I could not tell.The Master of Appleby|Francis Lynde
I remained silent, hoping my unwelcome visitor would depart, but instead he began now to leer and smirk at me ingratiatingly.A Maid of the Kentucky Hills|Edwin Carlile Litsey
In the blank shifting of faces he saw nothing but the leer and the scorn of the mocking world.Max Fargus|Owen Johnson