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How to spell LEAER correctly?

If you mistakenly type "leaer" instead of "leader", fear not! There are some possible correct suggestions to fix this misspelling. You can try replacing it with "learner", "leaper" or "lease". Choose the right option based on the context, and your sentence will be error-free in no time!

List of suggestions on how to spell leaer correctly

  • blear
  • clear
  • dealer I am thinking of buying a car, but I need to find a reliable dealer first.
  • e'er I'll love you e'er, no matter what happens.
  • ear I can hear you loudly and clearly with my right ear.
  • healer The healer used herbs and other natural remedies to help her patients recover from their illnesses.
  • lager
  • lair
  • lamer I can't believe that he would say something like that, he's such a lamer.
  • laser
  • later I will finish my work later because I have an appointment now.
  • layer I need to add another layer of frosting to the cake.
  • lea After her class, Lea headed to the library.
  • lead The detective followed the lead of the suspect.
  • leader As a leader, she always demonstrated a strong work ethic and dedication to her team.
  • leaf The bright green leaf rustled in the gentle breeze.
  • leafier I like to go leafier places.
  • Leah Leah is looking for a new job.
  • leak The pipe had a leak which caused the water to flood the basement.
  • leakey The leakey was discovered with some human remains.
  • lean I need to lose some weight so I can fit into my new lean jeans.
  • leaner She noticed he had become leaner since he started working out.
  • leap In order to leap up to the branch, he had to stretch his arm out very far.
  • leaper The leaper managed to jump over the fence with ease.
  • lear
  • learn I'd like to learn more about the history of the United States.
  • learner He is a learner .
  • leary I'm very leary of doing anything that could hurt my fragile relationship with my mom.
  • LEAS
  • lease
  • Leaser
  • leather I love wearing leather shoes because they feel so comfortable.
  • leave
  • leaver
  • lecher I can tell that he's a lecher because he's staring at my chest all the time.
  • lee I went to see Lee yesterday.
  • leek
  • leer
  • leers The man sitting at the back of the bar gave her a series of lascivious leers, making her feel uneasy.
  • leery After being scammed once, I'm always leery of unsolicited phone calls.
  • lees The lees at the bottom of the wine barrel contained sediment that needed to be filtered out.
  • leger
  • leper The leper was crying out in pain.
  • lerner
  • lesser The lesser the amount of time spent on social media, the more productive one can be.
  • letter My mom sent me a letter.
  • lever I need to adjust the lever on the washing machine.
  • Levier The levier allows for adjustable resistance for weight lifting.
  • Lexer The lexer performed lexical analysis on the input code to identify its different components.
  • liar
  • Lieder She has a fondness for classical Lieder music.
  • loader The loader picked up the heavy load of soil and dumped it into the truck.
  • loafer
  • loaner The dealership provided me with a loaner car while mine was being repaired.
  • realer I'm trying to be realer with myself and others about my true emotions.
  • sealer I use a sealer to protect my furniture.

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