What is the correct spelling for LEAAD?

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Correct spellings for LEAAD

  • lad I don't go for rides, my lad .
  • lade Old SAMPSON the first's strength, like your'n of to-day, lade in his long hair.
  • lady Don't be scairt, lady ! Shall light thee steady; The owl from the steeple sing Welcome, proud lady!' – Proud Masie by Sir Walter Scott
  • laird He had a presentiment that he would hear from him again, and left his address on the lawyer's table; but if Laird found it, he never acknowledged it.
  • land It has a horror of land generally, and should never be looked for "on the rocks." Advance, O Summer-heats! upon the land, And bake the bloody mould to shards and sand – Street Cries by Sidney Lanier
  • lard Lard nearly always contains added tallow.
  • lat At noon we were in Lat .
  • laud Then he departed poor and stricken in years, And if the world could know the heart he had, In begging bit by bit his livelihood, Though much it laud him, it would laud him more.
  • lea Mr. Lea has promised me specimens of all the species.
  • lead "Now, Hayle," he said; "you lead ."
  • leaded The distance between the hurrying life she looked out on through her grimy window, and that which she had been wont to contemplate through Florence McCrea's exquisitely leaded casements, was simply planetary.
  • leader When the leader learned that, he said, "It will be well for us to go to-night to the camp of these enemies, and try to take their horses."
  • leafed Some load firewood on the heavy carts, others fruits, ferns, and orchids, the rarest that grow in the forests, others bring broad-leafed caladiums and flame-colored tikas-tikas blossoms to decorate the doors of the houses.
  • lear "Lear" is badly constructed, but worse was to come.
  • leased He leased it, and it was his first season at 'Sconset.
  • leaved Meanwhile the sick princess had been carried home, had had her oppressive ornaments taken off, and her couch carried on to one of the palace- balconies where she liked best to pass the hot summer days, sheltered by broad-leaved plants, and a kind of awning.
  • led She was led back into the road.
  • leda Mother Palette, a sallow-faced old woman, took it in her arms and clasped it for a moment to her bosom, in the classic attitude of Leda .
  • lenard
  • lend
  • let
  • lewd
  • lid
  • lied
  • lld
  • load
  • plead
  • Lardy
  • Leaked
  • Leaned
  • Leaped
  • Leah
  • Leta
  • leads
  • laid Laid down, have he, without stoppin' so much as to take a look round?

18 words made from the letters LEAAD

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