leer at (someone or something)

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leer at (someone or something)

To stare at someone in a cunning, malicious, or lustful manner. There were these two guys leering at us from across the bar all night long, so we never really felt at ease. I just leered at them as I plotted their company's downfall.
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leer at someone

to gaze at someone flirtatiously or with lust. Why are you leering at that woman in the bikini? Stop leering at me!
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As I walked away, I met an aged rustic, who leered at me cunningly.
He shook his head waggishly, leered at Hugh again, and laughed very much, as if he had said a noble thing, and rather thought he was coming out.