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How to spell LEAAD correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell leaad correctly

  • lad The young lad helped his mother carry the groceries inside.
  • laid I laid the book down on the table after finishing the last chapter.
  • land I love to hike through beautiful and scenic land.
  • lard My grandmother's secret recipe for pie crust involves using lard instead of butter.
  • laud The teacher would laud the students who consistently did well on their assignments.
  • lea The cows were grazing in the lush green lea.
  • lead She is determined to lead her team to victory in the championship game.
  • leaded He leaded the team to victory.
  • leads She was the head of the sales department and her leads were the lifeblood of the company.
  • leafed I picked up a leafed tree and carried it outside.
  • Leah Leah has a cat named Muffy.
  • Leaked Leaked emails from the DNC show that the organization was biased in favor of Hillary Clinton
  • Leaned She leaned against the door, exhausted from her long day at work.
  • Leaped After the cat leaped onto the table, she swatted its butt with her paw.
  • lear
  • leased I have leased my apartment for the next year.
  • leaved The trees in the park have leaved earlier than usual this year.
  • led The lamps are led down the aisle.
  • leda Leda was a queen of Sparta in Greek mythology who was seduced by Zeus in the form of a swan.
  • lenard Lenard is a painter who experiments with light.
  • lend I can lend you a hand with your project.
  • Leta My mother always tells me to leta the chicken out of the egg before cooking it.
  • lewd She was shocked when she saw the lewd photos he had taken of himself.
  • load I always carry a heavy load of books to class.
  • plead

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