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Definition of "leat" []

  • An artificial watercourse, canal or aqueduct, but especially a millrace (noun)

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Use "leat" in a sentence
  • "This "leat" was left incomplete, the terminus being three miles from St. Paul's; the Governor-General"
  • "The Republican Party is not in the leat bit interested in governing, only in ruling."
  • "At leat I like to think that's why he took the time to invite me to breakfast and share his thoughts, as he a did for a lot of us over the years."