lechy

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Etymology[edit]

lech +‎ -y

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lechy (comparative more lechy, superlative most lechy)

  1. (informal) Like a lech; lecherous, tawdrily lustful.
    • 2007 January 3, Virginia Heffernan, “Hey! Never Underestimate the Average Joe”, New York Times:
      The brilliantly senile Arthur, along with Doug’s lechy, creepy friend Spence (the pro stand-up Patton Oswalt), present a fair challenge to his frankness and naïveté.

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