Definition of 'leprechaun'
Example sentences containing 'leprechaun'
The Sun (2014)
But Irish spectators in celebratory mood were not quite as common as the crowds in leprechaun costumes might have suggested.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
There was also a lovely Irish leprechaun called A'ine.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Either the falls were moving or the pesky leprechauns in the wild West of Ireland were moving the signs.The Sun (2015)
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