leachy

Related to leachy: litchi nut, litchi tree

leachy

(ˈliːtʃɪ)
adj, leachier or leachiest
(of soils) capable of being permeated by water
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So we went to the toilet, grabbed the speakers, and got out there where Leachy gave everyone an action replay of his single.
Me and Leachy could have had a conversation he was that close to me.
"We've got a nice score on the board and it was a great positive for Leachy to bowl a beautiful ball the rid of their opener in the evening.
"We've got a nice score on the board and it was a great positive for Leachy to bowl a beautiful ball the rid of their opener in the evening." While England's score is not an imposing firstinnings effort on the face of it, Curran is confident it is a healthy one given the state of the Pallekele pitch.
"When Leachy went down I didn't initially realise it was a break," he said.
Leachy (spinner Jack Leach) bowled three overs this evening and there were some chances created there," he said.
He said: "Once it was mentioned to Leachy that I wanted to go and play a season abroad, he straight away recommended the Northies.
In loving memory of a dear brother and uncle Tony (Leachy).
Along with Stacy, Leachy as she was known to her family, leaves two other children: Elizabeth Mitchell and her husband Larry, of Minneapolis, Minnesota and James Dratfield and his wife Chiara Indiani of Carmel, New York; grandchildren: Aaron Amaral, Maria Eugenia Godoy and her husband Carlos Godoy, Molly Mitchell and Finn Dratfield; two great-grandchildren: Soledad and Carlos Leo Godoy; and many nieces and nephews.
"It was nice to get him out and set us on our way and then Leachy got the last one and really deserved his moment.