Meaning of leeriness in English:




See leery

‘I share Davies' leeriness with regard to management consultants.’
  • ‘Phoenix and New Hampshire prosecutors have, at least, overcome their leeriness at even charging bishops or cardinals.’
  • ‘Also implied here is an understandable leeriness on Bartov's part of the possibility that such art draws on the power of the Holocaust merely to energize itself and its forms.’
  • ‘It's the leeriness that puts them ahead, I think.’
  • ‘I could see the leeriness in their eyes as Lisa informed them that I would be staying with them for a few days, but the tension soon dissipated as I told them more about myself.’