• IPA: /ˈliːki/

leaky (comparative leakier, superlative leakiest)

  1. Having leaks; not fully sealed.
    The leaky bucket only dripped one drop at a time, but by the time I got back to the house it was half empty.
    • 1983, Michael Stephenson, ‎Roger Hearn, The Nuclear Case Book
      Nuclear reactors in Russian submarines are said to be so leaky that crews are often paid "sterility money".

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