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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to leer:   (147 results)

Often used in the same context:
giggle, cackle, titter, smirk, ogle, glower, sneer, pervy, lech, kewpie doll, pouts, horny, chortle, simper, snigger, moue, perve, strumpets, cooch, glares, scowls, roue, mustachio, stare, pudenda, gape, snaggletooth, frowny, nekkid, cumming, priapic, wink, lecher, grins, impassivity, mutters, fey, tut, twink, slutty, squinty, gawks, jowls, nelly, shriek, affectless, lesbos, cavorts, epicene, dishabille, kissy, flibbertigibbet, preening, gazes, growl, baldhead, merkin, gurning, sibilant, sauciness, scanties, emote, catwoman, swains, skanky, zees, kissers, chesty, coochie, coifs, goony, guffaw, hauteur, puddy, rictus, fatale, flappy, cheshire cat, letch, minxes, pulchritude, weepiness, trollop, drawls, pubescent, hirsute, brunet, girlish, galumph, snivel, swishy, flirt, pubes, gibber, doop, randy, sneery, nymphets, clownlike, hisses, louche, floozy, grin, grimace, mockery, glint, scowl, smile, grimaces, sneers, twinkle, gleam, snarl, chuckle, derision, pranks, caricature, hunchback, angler, armored, automobile, ban, baron, buggy, clive, deepsea, devonian, earthquake, gar, haul, horsedrawn, hound, hua, interurban, jong, klip, laodicean, op

More general:
aspect, contempt, expression, face, facial expression, look, scorn

sneer, sneering

Also try:
— Adjectives for leer: civil, evil, cunning, ugly, triumphant, drunken, roguish, wicked, hideous, jealous, sly, more...

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See leer used in context: 5 Shakespeare works

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