lees[ leez ]SEE DEFINITION OF lees
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEES
What work would they make with your Shakespears, Otways, and Lees?
She had tasted the lees of this on her arrival; in the darkness, after failure, they intoxicated her.
The lees of twenty ducats shabby in his fist told her how near the peril was.
To her service he had dedicated the lees of his life and the ripeness of his knowledge.
If the wine boil over, put to it the lees of red wine, and that will cure it.
Deuce of a straight line she had taken about Mrs. Lees Noel!
Men are like wine; not good before the lees of clownishness be settled.
Her experience with the little Lees stood her in good stead now.
You say you did apply to Mr. Lees of the Bank, and Mr. Stevens?
There was a man at Folkestone; I used to meet him on the Lees.