What is the correct spelling for LEAD?

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Correct spellings for LEAD

  • bead Adela, who possessed a knack for making ornamental baskets and bead -work, likewise availed herself of the brief season to sell some of her pretty wares, in a modest and desultory way.
  • dead We'll never want 'em more'n we do now, dead or alive.
  • head She was down by the head -no doubt of that.
  • lad The lad answered his questions, and in a minute or two Thorne nodded as if satisfied.
  • lea That done, I turned to the Forrest of Deane, in Speede's Mapps, and there he showed me how it lies; and the Lea -bayly, with the great charge of carrying it to Lydny, and many other things worth my knowing; and I do perceive that I am very short in my business by not knowing many times the geographical part of my business.
  • lead He did not know whether to leave Nell in the tent or lead her out of it.
  • leaf The others are: beef, calf, elf, half, leaf , loaf, sheaf, shelf, staff, thief, wharf, wolf, life.
  • leak She must have sprung a leak as big as a house."
  • lean "I-I don't know that it is natural to me to lean .
  • leap Lenore felt a leap of fear at what seemed her father's hidden anger.
  • lear But it was the blind and tyrannical old Lear of the first act, driving from his home his most loving child.
  • led She took her hand and led her into the kitchen.
  • leda For, like the twins of Leda , when I mount, He gallops down the skies.
  • lend But he won't lend me the money to pay my note to Blount and get my Paymaster stock back."
  • lewd "The lewd villain who gave up Grave," said he, "and the captains as deep in fault as himself, shall all suffer together."
  • load And as the sparkling salt water rolled over her, it seemed to her fancy that a load rolled off her mind.
  • mead What is it most like-mead, perhaps, or wine, or that strong liquor distilled from juniper berries?
  • plead My father would not list to me at first, but I plead and reasoned with him, telling him that thy friendship for us would be even as a high tide that covereth sharp rocks over which we could ride safely."
  • read "I'd love to read it!
  • Leah As we were turning, I said,- "Fair Leah , I will buy the horse, but as a present for you; and if you will not take it I shall leave Turin today.
  • leads 2. The path of glory leads but to the grave.
  • LEAS He found it delightful to linger on the leas and not be worried with the game.

13 words made from the letters LEAD