letch


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letch

also lech  (lĕch)
n.
1. A strong, especially sexual desire or craving.
2. A lecher.

[Perhaps back-formation from obsolete letcher, variant of lecher.]

letch

(lɛtʃ)
vb, n
a variant spelling of lech
[C18: perhaps back formation from lecher]

letch

or lech

(lɛtʃ)
Slang. n.
1. a lecherous desire or craving.
2. a lecher.
v.i.
3. to behave like a lecher (often fol. by for or after).
[1790–1800 probably back formation from lecher]

letch


Past participle: letched
Gerund: letching

Imperative
letch
letch
Present
I letch
you letch
he/she/it letches
we letch
you letch
they letch
Preterite
I letched
you letched
he/she/it letched
we letched
you letched
they letched
Present Continuous
I am letching
you are letching
he/she/it is letching
we are letching
you are letching
they are letching
Present Perfect
I have letched
you have letched
he/she/it has letched
we have letched
you have letched
they have letched
Past Continuous
I was letching
you were letching
he/she/it was letching
we were letching
you were letching
they were letching
Past Perfect
I had letched
you had letched
he/she/it had letched
we had letched
you had letched
they had letched
Future
I will letch
you will letch
he/she/it will letch
we will letch
you will letch
they will letch
Future Perfect
I will have letched
you will have letched
he/she/it will have letched
we will have letched
you will have letched
they will have letched
Future Continuous
I will be letching
you will be letching
he/she/it will be letching
we will be letching
you will be letching
they will be letching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been letching
you have been letching
he/she/it has been letching
we have been letching
you have been letching
they have been letching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been letching
you will have been letching
he/she/it will have been letching
we will have been letching
you will have been letching
they will have been letching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been letching
you had been letching
he/she/it had been letching
we had been letching
you had been letching
they had been letching
Conditional
I would letch
you would letch
he/she/it would letch
we would letch
you would letch
they would letch
Past Conditional
I would have letched
you would have letched
he/she/it would have letched
we would have letched
you would have letched
they would have letched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.letch - man with strong sexual desiresletch - man with strong sexual desires  
degenerate, deviant, deviate, pervert - a person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior
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Let's face it, the height of their ambition is to get on a TV show where they are forced to stand in a shop window and pout gormlessly in the hope an old letch will take a shine to them, throw some cash at them, screw them and move on to another victim.
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