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How to spell LEACE correctly?

Possible correct suggestions for the misspelling "leace" could include "lease", "lace" or "place". Without more context or information, it is difficult to determine the intended meaning of the misspelled word.

List of suggestions on how to spell leace correctly

  • ace I always try to ace my exams.
  • fleece I love to wear my cozy fleece jacket on chilly days.
  • glace I ordered a dessert with a glace cherry on top.
  • lac I saw a snake in the lac.
  • lace The beautiful wedding gown was adorned with intricate lace detailing.
  • laced The cupcakes were laced with vanilla extract, giving them a delicious aroma.
  • laces She tied her laces and headed out for a run.
  • Lacey She always loved spending time with her little sister, Lacey.
  • lacy
  • lance
  • LASE The surgeon used a laser to lase the tumor away.
  • LAUE LAue is a gas that is made up of one atom of helium and two atoms of oxygen.
  • laze On lazy Sunday afternoons, I like to just laze around and do nothing.
  • lea She walked through the lush green lea, feeling the soft grass brush against her legs.
  • leach Rainwater can leach minerals from the soil and carry them into nearby rivers and streams.
  • leaches
  • Leah Leah promised not to drink anymore, but she has already broken that promise.
  • lear
  • LEAS
  • lease
  • leased The apartment is leased until next September.
  • Leaser The leaser of the property failed to provide adequate maintenance, which led to serious health and safety concerns for the tenants.
  • leases John signed two leases for his new office space.
  • leave
  • Leaves The autumn breeze blows the leaves off the trees.
  • lee The boat sailed safely into the calm lee of the island.
  • legacy She left behind a powerful legacy of activism and social justice.
  • Lice My nephew has lice in his hair, and we couldn't figure out how he got it.
  • luce
  • peace Please be careful while crossing the street - there is a lot of traffic and peace comes with a price.
  • place I want to go to a quiet place to be alone with my thoughts.
  • please Can I please have some coffee?
  • sleaze The tabloid magazine is filled with nothing but sleaze and gossip.

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