How to spell LEAED correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell leaed correctly

  • bleed The cut on his finger caused it to bleed uncontrollably.
  • laced The brownies were laced with marijuana without my knowledge.
  • lad The young lad helped his grandmother carry her groceries to the car.
  • lade She asked Adam to lade up the right amount of food for the guests.
  • laded
  • lady She wore a ladylike dress.
  • laid I laid my head on the pillow.
  • Lamed
  • lard She was so greasy, that it took hours for the lard to soak through her clothes.
  • late I'm running late because my car is in the shop.
  • laud Laud the chef's innovative approach to cuisine.
  • Laved I laved my face in the cool water to refresh myself.
  • Lazed She lazed around all afternoon long.
  • lea We took a long walk through the colorful autumn lea.
  • Leached The water was leached out of the soil.
  • lead The lead singer of the band is very talented.
  • leaded The paintball gun was leaking leaded gas.
  • leaden The partygoers were leaden with boredom.
  • leader The leader of the company was praised for their innovative ideas and visionary approach to business.
  • leads The detective hopes the new information he gathered leads him to the missing person.
  • leafed I leafed through the pamphlet, looking for information on the school.
  • Leagued The alliance is Leagued with the army.
  • Leaked The conversation between the politicians was leaked to the press, causing a public outrage.
  • Leaned She leaned against the sturdy post to catch her breath.
  • Leaped The frog leaped across the Lily pad to get to the other side of the pond.
  • learned I learned to bake bread from my grandmother when I was a child.
  • leased I leased my apartment to my friend for six months.
  • Leashed The owner leashed the dog before going for a walk.
  • leaved The trees in our backyard have leaved out, signaling the arrival of spring.
  • led The sergeant led his team through the dense forest.
  • leda Leda was devoured by a swan.
  • lee
  • leeds The city of Leeds is known for its music scene.
  • Leta I've never met anyone named Leta, but it's a beautiful name.
  • lewd I'm not going to watch that movie, it's too lewd.
  • lied She lied to her friend about where she had been all day.
  • load The truck was carrying a heavy load of bricks to the construction site.
  • loader The construction worker operated the loader to clear away the debris from the demolition site.
  • lode There is a gold lode hidden in the hills.
  • plead Please plead with your father to make the change.

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