Definition of Leprechauns

1. Noun. (plural of leprechaun) ¹



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Definition of Leprechauns

1. leprechaun [n] - See also: leprechaun

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leprechauns

lepospondyls
lepothrix
lepped
lepper
leppers
leppies
lepping
leppy
lepra
lepra cells
lepras
leprechaun
leprechaunish
leprechaunology
leprechauns (current term)
leprechology
leprid
lepries
leprologist
leprology
leproma
lepromatous
lepromatous leprosy
lepromin
lepromin reaction
lepromin skin test
lepromin test
leprosaria
leprosarium

Literary usage of Leprechauns

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1. Reading, Grade 4 by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Martha Cheney, Daniel W. Palmer (2005)
"leprechauns are said to wear green clothing and leather aprons. ... Most leprechauns are not very friendly. They usually stay away from people. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1868)
"Sir Arthur Guinness has said that I called the Protestants leprechauns. I never did. ... I never called the adherents of the Church of England leprechauns ..."

3. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1867)
"Could not the nymphs splash each other with diamond-drops, and leprechauns run down from the hills " like twenty thousand rills," invite the nymphs to dry ..."

4. Seasonal Activities Grades 3-5 by Jo Ellen Moore, Joy Evans (2005)
"leprechauns Read about leprechauns and then answer the question. ... Give three reasons why you know leprechauns are not real. 1. 2. 3. ..."

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