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Leeward

and Windward. Leeward is toward the lee, or that part towards which the wind blows, windward is in the opposite direction, viz. in the teeth of the wind. “Leeward,” pronounced leuʹ-crd. (See Lee.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Lee
Lee Hatch
Lee Shore
Lee-side
Lee Tide, or Leeward Tide
Leeds (a Stock Exchange term)
Leek
Lees
Leet (A)
Leeward
Lefevre
Left
Left-handed Compliment (A)
Left-handed Marriage
Left-handed Oath (A)
Left in the Lurch
Leg (A)
Leg-bail
Leg-bye (A)
Leg of Mutton School (The)

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