Recent Examples of leaky from the Web
Highlands, which had a notoriously leaky defense last season, limited Cooper to 17 passing yards and picked off five passes in their first game, led by Joe Steiden who made a school record four picks.
Even wearing the airbag jacket, my hands sweat like leaky faucets when my riding partners enter the on-ramp and immediately start splitting lanes.
According to surveys by the National Association for Continence, one in four women over age 18 struggle with a leaky bladder.
The law’s problems are real, but fixable—more like a leaky roof and botched plumbing than a fire.
The city agreed to forgive back rent and ease its rent burden by basing the amount owed on team revenue, while the team took responsibility for fixing the leaky roof over the stadium's offices and concession areas.
Rank-and-file members of the CIA and the NSA morphed in the popular imagination from metadata-snarfing desk jockeys to brave sleeper agents of the Deep State, bent on sinking the president’s leaky ship.
A Sears spokesman confirmed to Business Insider that some stores had sustained leaky ceilings but denied accounts of a rat infestation.
The savings could be used as part of a $177 million update of the city's aging and deteriorating distribution system, including fixing leaky water mains and replacing lead service lines.
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First Known Use of leaky
LEAKY Defined for English Language Learners
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
LEAKY Defined for Kids
Definition of leaky for Students
- a leaky roof
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