Leicester

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Leicester

  1. A city and the county town of Leicestershire, England.

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Leicester (plural Leicesters)

  1. A sheep of an English breed, valued for its meat and fleece.
    • 1869, Sheep: Their Breeds, Management, and Diseases (page 328)
      The Leicesters and half-breds are purchased by farmers who keep no breeding stock: they are well turniped during the winter, and clipped and fattened in the following season.