Definition of "leeds" []

  • A city in N England, in Leeds unitary authority, West Yorkshire on the River Aire: linked with Liverpool and Goole by canals; a former centre of the clothing industry; two universities (1904, 1992). Pop: 443 247 (2001) (noun)
  • A unitary authority in N England, in West Yorkshire. Pop: 715 200 (2003 est). Area: 562 sq km (217 sq miles) (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "leeds" in a sentence
  • "The Canadian Health system that Ms. Palin and the Republican Party she leeds is constantly espousing as the worst in the world was responsable for my farthers triple bypass and 3 years later a heart transplant."
  • "Promise you won’t tell anyone, but a polar bear had escaped from Leed’s zoo on May 5, 2009 at 4: 43 pm Roger well that’s what i thought but i felt i should ask anyway there being a war and an pandemic on and all that. they are co19, london cops in leeds.??? on May 5, 2009 at 4: 02 pm Retired Sgt"
  • "Too many people in one place poor sanitation contaminated water supplies and no ready food source all leeds to a war of all against all."
  • "Im trying with not a lot of luck to develop a banner for the website (www. but im struggling as im very poor! but think it would look cool in the lettering of leeds united squad number lettering."