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Correct spelling for LEAS
We think the word leas is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for leas
- Less(Definition of less)
- Peas(Definition of Peas)
- Leak(Definition of leak)
- Least(Definition of least)
- Lens(Definition of lens)
- Lease(Definition of lease)
- Lear(Definition of lear)
- Leah(Definition of Leah)
- Leap(Definition of leap)
- Lean(Definition of lean)
- Leash(Definition of leash)
- Leaf(Definition of leaf)
- Lees(Definition of lees)
- Lead(Definition of lead)
- Lea(Definition of lea)
"less than ten days," i repeated.
"if it hadn't been for your possession of peas, you would have beaten me, miss montfort.
The fact was, that the ship, when lifted by the ice, had sprung a leak which had gradually filled her without my perceiving it.
If you can't get a bed, come back here; but at least go and see what you can do.
He wiped the good lens of his glasses and leaned close.
I've made good on this lease of mine."
Of all shakespeare's plays, king lear is unquestionably that in which he has come nearest to the height and to the likeness of the one tragic poet on any side greater than himself whom the world in all its ages has ever seen born of time.
If she was to be believed, leah was a good girl, always at work, loved by all, and fancy free.
One should leap away home!
Don't you like it lean?"
And when they slipped the leash, naturally they retorted-that's all!
"smooth the earth over in that corner, and place that leaf to hide it.
On entering the mansion of the lees the visitor is struck with the expansive area of the hall, which is six paces broad, and of corresponding depth.
And you said you would lead us over and back without any danger at all.
"he's too weak to stand on his legs, perhaps i should have had the mother brought in," alix said, anxiously.
They always speak of themselves like that, the belgian army: "les petits belges!"
How very odd it will be for lea to be a bride.