It was leap-year when I was there—and seventeen young widows—the wives of a deceased Mormon—offered me their hearts and hands.
The year that receives the extra day is called, as you know, leap-year.
The one thousand nine hundred and fourth year was a leap-year.
Every year of which the figure is divisible by four is a leap-year.
In answer to the question, “Why two dominical letters for leap-year?”
It is not leap-year which is occupying our thoughts down here.
Well, this is leap-year, and I will not see you sacrificed to your own timidity.
Sometimes, as a tremendous joke, the ladies come for us in leap-year.
In leap-year the 25th was reckoned as the extra day in February.
Julius Cæsar gave to February 29 days in common years, and in leap-year 30.