Examples of leper in a Sentence
a convicted child molester who is treated as a leper wherever he goes
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Bill is haunted by his missing brother, Georgie; Eddie is stalked by the leper, whose body is rotting and putrid; Beverly fears her aggressive father, who hovers over her.
Bill sees Georgie, Bev sees a sink exploding with blood, Ben sees a headless guy in the library, Eddie sees a leper, Mike sees hands trapped behind a burning door, Stan sees a painting come to life, and Richie sees it as a roomful of clowns.
This isolated Pacific peninsula was once a leper colony, where sick native Hawaiians were left to die.
While the stories of Lazarus’s revival or the healing of lepers may be on the outs, there are now Music City Miracles and Lambeau Leaps to compensate.
In addition to menacing clowns, phantasmatic lepers and spooky paintings come to life, the town is home to an ugly assortment of bullies (the worst one played by Nicholas Hamilton), gossips and abusive parents.
The few lawyers who dared represent these individuals were treated as lepers.
St. Damien de Veuster of Molokai, SS.CC., missionary to the lepers of Molokai, Hawaii, May 10.
I was just ramped with fear and hatred of those lepers.
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Origin and Etymology of leper
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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