"If your cask is leer, I warrant your purse is full, gaffer," shouted Hordle John.
Then he peered into Hugh Ritson's face with a leer of triumph.
"A connection of the family, on the mother's side," said Terry, with a leer.
"Father Glynn, of Luke Street," growled out the imp, with a leer.
I believe he tried to leer at me, because his voice was absolutely dying in his throat.
“Sure, I thought your honour was from the police,” said the man with a leer.
Between the leer of the man and the smile of the girl, where lay the difference?
But this house seemed to leer at you through a filthy parade of modesty.
"And they'll go to Havana as they wanted to," put in another, with a leer.
An expression which, if he had not been a baronet, would have been a leer, came on his lips.