leccy

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leccy (uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of lecky.
    • 1998, Paul Magrs, Could It Be Magic?:
      If you left an old envelope lying about, the leccy bill or a magazine, you'd find it again with a little doodle on. He always had a pen in his hand.
    • 2006, Ramsey Campbell, The Overnight:
      "Who do you think I should call, Nigel? The leccy company to come and mend the fuses?"

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