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Definition of "leud" [leud]

  • A vassal or tenant in the early Middle Ages (noun)

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Use "leud" in a sentence
  • "Correct me if I'm wrong, but 4 Republicans over the past five years have been caught having flings and sending leud emails."
  • "This was a hard Stroke of Fortune; to be oblig'd to, and under the Dominion of, that Woman, whose leud Life with my"
  • "Boy, I can sure think of several other regular posters who have been much more hostile, crude, rude, and leud with much less to add to the topics at hand."