Examples of leprechaun in a Sentence
the story that if you follow a rainbow to its end, you'll find a leprechaun's pot of gold
Recent Examples of leprechaun from the Web
Prizes will be awarded for best costumes, so get decked out in your leprechaun best.
Many of the spectators also wore green for the celebration or donned Irish themed attire, such as leprechaun hats and beards.
Kids will make their own leprechaun hats and shamrocks, hunt for a pot of gold, participate in a Shamrock Challenge, make root beer floats and more.
My character was too busy talking to leprechauns to have the time.
If leprechauns are fake, then where do rainbows come from?
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is an enigma wrapped in a flamboyant leprechaun outfit.
But our best bet remains Georgia, at a Notre Dame team whose 4-8 record last season seems to be lost in the lore of leprechauns and Touchdown Jesus.
Not to mention, Newton dressed like a flamboyant leprechaun.
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Origin and Etymology of leprechaun
First Known Use: 1604See Words from the same year
LEPRECHAUN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of leprechaun for English Language Learners
: a creature in old Irish stories that looks like a very small man
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