What is the correct spelling for RELEAD?
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Correct spellings for RELEAD
- lead Now lead the way with that lamp." Came the Whisper, came the Vision, came the Power with the Need, Till the Soul that is not man's soul was lent us to lead. – The Song Of The Dead by Rudyard Kipling
- read Father, first read the thing's disgrace. We had darkened doors so we didn't read what the sign read Though simple enough it was to me really tough The ground needs to be fed Well, I hadn't noticed but the people really noticed – Fly Trapped In a Jar by modest mouse
- reed They immediately concealed themselves in a deep ravine, which at the bottom was covered with dry reed grass.
- relate "If, ladies, you do not consider this story enough to prove that women are as bad as men, I will seek out others of the same kind to relate to you.
- relay I can't call up your name for the moment, dressed as you be-but 'twas thoughtful of 'em, knowing Tadd's habit, to post up a second figger for a relay.
- released All he had to do now was to complete as unostentatiously as possible his term of service-But perhaps he would be released at once?
- reload Holding his rifle, which he had unfortunately forgotten to reload, before him in the fashion of a single-stick, he attempted to defend himself; but one of the animal's hoofs, striking his shoulder, brought him to the ground, so that he was unable to spring back out of harm's way.
- reread Air Force investigators later suggested that he had flown through a flock of birds, or perhaps a cluster of balloons, On the flight back to Washington, I reread all the information the Air Force had released on Project "Saucer."
- Railed In 1707 it was first railed in.
- Reeled Her other hand clutched the rail of a chair as though her head reeled.