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How Do You Spell LEANT?

Correct spelling for the English word "Leant" is [l_ˈɛ_n_t], [lˈɛnt], [lˈɛnt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for LEANT

Below is the list of 77 misspellings for the word "leant".

  • Lea.t
  • leanf
  • leaqnt
  • lseant
  • ldeant
  • leanyt
  • lpeant
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  • Leanp
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  • Lgant
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  • Lean4

Usage Examples for LEANT

  1. He leant down, and beheld a dog lying stretched out on the stones. - "The Legend of the Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the land of Flanders and elsewhere" by Charles de Coster
  2. He leant against the door, looking out through the little window, but he could only see the darkness. - "Orientations" by William Somerset Maugham
  3. Only yesterday I saw them; one leant from a window in the wall, the other stood without, holding a dove in her extended hand; a boy was by her side. - "Old Kensington" by Miss Thackeray
  4. Trix leant back in her chair, and drew a long breath. - "Antony Gray,--Gardener" by Leslie Moore
  5. Then he leant right over Peter and almost whispered in his ear. - "Fortitude" by Hugh Walpole

Conjugate verb Leant

CONDITIONAL

I would leant
you would leant
he/she/it would leant
we would leant
they would leant

CONDITIONAL CONTINUOUS

I would be leaning
you would be leaning
he/she/it would be leaning
we would be leaning
they would be leaning

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have leant
you would have leant
he/she/it would have leant
we would have leant
they would have leant

CONDITIONAL PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I would have been leaning
you would have been leaning
he/she/it would have been leaning
we would have been leaning
they would have been leaning

FUTURE

I will lean
you will lean
he/she/it will lean
we will lean
they will lean

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be leaning
you will be leaning
he/she/it will be leaning
we will be leaning
they will be leaning

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have leaned
you will have leaned
he/she/it will have leaned
we will have leaned
they will have leaned

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been leaning
you will have been leaning
he/she/it will have been leaning
we will have been leaning
they will have been leaning

IMPERATIVE

you lean
we let´s lean

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to lean

PAST

I leaned
you leaned
he/she/it leaned
we leaned
they leaned

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was leaning
you were leaning
he/she/it was leaning
we were leaning
they were leaning

PAST PARTICIPLE

leaned

PAST PERFECT

I had leaned
you had leaned
he/she/it had leaned
we had leaned
they had leaned

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been leaning
you had been leaning
he/she/it had been leaning
we had been leaning
they had been leaning

PRESENT

I lean
you lean
he/she/it leans
we lean
they lean

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am leaning
you are leaning
he/she/it is leaning
we are leaning
they are leaning

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

leaning

PRESENT PERFECT

I have leaned
you have leaned
he/she/it has leaned
we have leaned
they have leaned

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been leaning
you have been leaning
he/she/it has been leaning
we have been leaning
they have been leaning
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