Recent Examples of leaky from the Web
Water from the leaky roof has been dripping into the bucket for the past week.
This type of design doesn’t use seams, meaning you won’t be left stranded in a rain storm with a leaky roof.
The signing of Sokratis would represent an attempt to shore up Arsenal's notoriously leaky back line, the side's defensive frailties having been the subject of criticism for the past few seasons.
Now a Fremont house that’s condemned due to a leaky roof and mildew just sold for $1.23 million, $230,000 over the asking price.
The school also has a leaky roof and poor lighting, officials say.
The fund pays for upkeep of buildings such as new boilers, repairing leaky roofs and replacing elevator parts.
Now, no one’s washing their car, or hosing down sidewalks — and there are fewer leaky pipes.
Los Angeles Times George Deukmejian, a perennially popular two-term Republican governor of California who built his career on fighting crime, hardening the state's criminal-justice stance and shoring up its leaky finances, died Tuesday.
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Definition of leaky for English Language Learners
: having a hole that allows something (such as a liquid or gas) to pass in or out : having a leak
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