LEER, v.i.

1. To look obliquely; to turn the eye and cast a look from a corner, either in contempt, defiance or frowning, or for a sly look.

2. To look with a forced countenance.

LEER, v.t. To allure with smiles.

LEER, n.

1. The cheek. Obs.

2. Complexion; hue; face. Obs.

3. An oblique view.

- With jealous leer malign eyed them askance.

4. An affected cast of countenance.

Damn with faint praise, concede with civil leer.

LEER, a. Empty; also, trifling; frivolous. Obs.