What is the correct spelling for LEEAD?

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Correct spellings for LEEAD

  • bleed Apply smelling-salts to the nostrils, and bleed . You know I cut but never bleed A shadow in the night, pure delight I can satisfy your every need – King Of Dreams by deep purple
  • lad "A noble lad , then!
  • lade Ye must lade a very simple life.
  • lady "I the French lady ! I might have been First Lady , But now my past is shady. – Garc,on, S'il Vous Plai't / Illegitimate Daughter / We'll Impeach Him Who Cares? (Reprise) by Unknown Author
  • lard The Berkshires, Cheshires, and Hampshires are intermediate between the bacon and lard types.
  • lat V.-An Adventurous Voyage Home By Sunday, June 19, we were in lat .
  • laud Every one forgave Grandet for the sale made in defiance of the good faith pledged to the community; they admired his sense of honor, and began to laud a generosity of which they had never thought him capable.
  • lea There was never much mail for the Lea girls.
  • lead I said I would lead her in.
  • leader "We'll see," retorted a leader , moving forward.
  • lear Later, one hears Kent's lament for Lear in Richard's words: "How these vain weak nails May tear a passage through the flinty ribs Of this hard world, my ragged prison walls."
  • led They started and the betel-nut led them.
  • leda With that, Leda Crannon stood up.
  • lee Yes-your Mr. Lee Lyon.
  • leeds Maria had an aunt at Leeds , For whom she made a purse of beads; 'Twas neatly done, by all allow'd, And praise soon made her vain and proud.
  • leer The gaze focused slowly on Driscoll, and slowly wakened to a crafty leer .
  • leeward When, however, she made us out, which she did not do till she was quite close to us, she altered her course and was soon hove-to, a few cables' length to leeward .
  • lenard Philipp Lenard - Nobel Prize in Physics (1905), University of BudapestLászló Lovász - Wolf Prize in Mathematics (1999), Fulkerson Prize (1982, 2012), University of Budapest, Yale UniversityGeorge Andrew Olah - Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1994), Budapest Uni
  • lend But if you will not lend me yours, I can borrow one elsewhere.
  • let Let us hope so."
  • lewd
  • lid
  • lied
  • lld
  • load
  • plead
  • Leered Maurice selected one, lit it, and blew rings at the Chinese mandarin which leered down at him from the mantel.
  • Leah I heard the names of Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah as early as the names of father, mother, and nurse.
  • Leta
  • leads 800. Wapalawikwan leads over Alleghany mountains to Amangaki.
  • laid Laid course for Dartmouth with wind ahead.

21 words made from the letters LEEAD