Another word for loitering, so named because staying in one place for an extended time with no obvious legitimate reason is often accompanied by leaning on a wall or other sturdy structure.
Me and my friends were leaning outside the 7-Eleven, but after 15 minutes we spotted a squad car rolling up and knew it was time to get out of there.
by Timstuff August 31, 2009
Top Definition
under the influence of a perscription painkiller, or powerful chemical drug.

normally used to describe the effects of Codine, various popular perscription pain relief medications, also used for describing the effects of DXM.

origin: Texas/Memphis
"i drank me 9 cups of sizzurp, im leanin!"
by cl9ud October 26, 2003
It's a lot different from hugging.Hugging involves arms and hands; and leaning is whole bodies moving in,leaning involves wanting and accepting.
Lucy: (to Jack) Okay, um. What do you mean by the leaning thing? You mean because he gave me flowers?
Jack: And then you *leaned*
Lucy: And then I leaned.
Jack: Yeah.
Lucy: Okay, how did I lean when I leaned?
Jack: It was a lot different from hugging. Hugging's very different. Hugging that involves arms and hands; and leaning is whole bodies moving in like this ..(leans forward suggestivley)
Jack: . Leaning involves *wanting*... and *accepting*. *Leaning*...
Joe Jr.: Hey Luce! Is this guy bothering you?
Lucy: (Laughs) No, no.
Joe Jr.: Are you sure? Because it looks like he's *leaning.*
by Deannax518 February 19, 2008
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