How to spell LEAISE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell leaise correctly

  • ease She felt more and more at ease.
  • lace "When I see you in the lace gown, I am going to kiss you," he stated firmly.
  • laius
  • laos
  • lapse After eating a big meal, I found myself feeling quite sluggish the next day.
  • laser
  • lass My brother is a senior in high school and is going to college soon.
  • lassie
  • laws
  • laze I find myself zoning out after a long day at work, taking in the sun's rays and lazying around.
  • lease She leased a car and hitched a ride with a friend.
  • leased
  • least
  • lees John is reading a book, but he seems to be bored because he is not reading it quickly.
  • less To lose less weight, she recommends eating smaller portions throughout the day.
  • lessee
  • lesser I'm less than thrilled with the new design.
  • levi's
  • levis I'm wearing Levis jeans.
  • lewis I can't believe Lewis would do that.
  • liaise The librarian liaised with the teacher to find a solution.
  • lose I'm going to lose weight so I can have a better body.
  • please
  • Lars
  • Leaves
  • Leaser
  • Les
  • Levies Taxes are levied on citizens to fund the government's expenses.
  • Lice It's time to get the child's head checked for lice.
  • Luis
  • Eloise
  • Lisa I saw Lisa at the grocery store last night.
  • Lois It's Lois day!
  • Louise
  • Elise I have a new friend named Elise.
  • Leos Look at the adorable Leo playing with his kitty.
  • Lesa Lesa has been married for five years and has two children.
  • Lessie
  • leads
  • leases
  • leaps
  • leaks There were reports of water leaking from the ceilings of the building.
  • lays
  • leans
  • LEIS The rain is letting up, so I'll head out.
  • LASE Spotting a sandy beach with an incredible view of the LASE mountain range, we decided to take a break from the hike
  • LEAFS I enjoy reading books with pictures on the inside of the covers, like this one with leaves on the cover.
  • LEAS I need to leave ASAP.
  • liaised
  • lairs Queenie's lair is one of the most feared places in the forest.

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