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Leash \Leash\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Leashed; p. pr. & vb. n. Leashing.] To tie together, or hold, with a leash.


vb. (en-past of: leash)

Usage examples of "leashed".

It was the dream of Linc that made her radiate a leashed sensuality that fairly shimmered through the magazine pages and TV commercials.

For an instant Cat saw again the leashed violence that had made Ashcroft turn as white as his hair.

Travis’s combination of leashed violence and tender protectiveness was new to her.

He watched her with a barely leashed intensity, fascinated by the candlelight that shimmered and slid over the chestnut coils of her hair.

He was even bigger than she had remembered, harder, darker, with an almost overpowering aura of leashed danger.

She still felt cold when she remembered the barely leashed fury in his eyes when she had begged him not to touch her so intimately.

Lamplight ran over his body, outlining the power that ran through him like leashed lightning.

With leashed urgency he smoothed the heat of her response over her most sensitive skin.

When she returned the kiss rather than retreating, heat ran like leashed lightning through him.

What he could see of her hair beneath the hat was the color of autumn itself—glossy chestnut with red and gold running through it like leashed fire.

They were magnificent, long-legged mares with clear eyes and powerful haunches and life running through them like leashed lightning.

She touched Kyle’s wrist, taking a very female pleasure in his heat and leashed strength.

Even as she opened her mouth, she sensed the leashed anticipation in him.

Though both of them trembled with leashed ecstasy, they kept the rhythm easy, dreamlike.

On the stage, Ian practiced his barely leashed junkyard dog routine while a smock-shrouded Susa painted what had once been called Sandy Cove from memory.