lecher[ lech-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF lecher
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LECHER
The lecher, does not he steal away the honour of his mistress?
Leyr or lecher wite, is the privilege of punishing adultery and fornication.
He was a satyr, a lecher; he was a man with a sexual obsession.
A lecher of your practice, and close carriage To be discovered thus?
I knew the fellow for years and years, and he was a lecher to the very last.
Wolf was now appeased, and withdrew his own thousand-times-offered motion, and Dr. Lecher's was voted upon—and lost.
I will explain that Dr. Lecher was not making a twelve-hour speech for pastime, but for an important purpose.
Dr. Lecher went on with his pantomime speech, contented, untroubled.
In the sudden lull which followed, the President answered, 'Dr. Lecher has the floor.'
This was applause from the enemy, for Lecher himself, like Wolf, was an Obstructionist.