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Definition of "leading-in" [leading-in]

  • The act or process of putting together the parts of a stained-glass window having lead cames. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "leading-in" in a sentence
  • "Even now, I think being asked point-blank with no leading-in conversation, “So, where are you from?” is a bit rude."
  • ""All we've got to do now is to hook up our leading-in wire and ground wire and we'll be all set," said Bob."
  • "Bob's room, and drop the insulated leading-in wire through."
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