Correct spelling for LEAT
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Possible correct spellings for leat
- beat Has it happened to you yet that your life that has been such and such a life is in the moment of a heart-beat all another life?
- bleat But I feel I can only be happy there, where I can hear my lambs bleat, and their mother low, and can beat my dog, or turn away my maids, if they are at all too troublesome."
- cleat In association football, where the shoes themselves are known as football boots, there are three different cleat types.
- eat He could eat no dinner.
- feat It said that, while it was possessed by every wish to understand the author and to sympathise with him in the hideous ruin of his brilliant career, it was impossible, except in a very few instances, to regard his posthumous book as anything but a mere literary feat.
- heat I felt the heat as oppressive as in my journey of August to Ghadames.
- lat That's jist what a bonnie lassie sittin' yonner said aboot you whan she prayed me no to lat you gang a step nearer till her.
- lea We stopped first at Mrs. Taylor's farm, and she gave Lea a new loaf and some cheese to begin housekeeping with, and me some excellent cakes.
- lead And he began to lead him down stairs.
- leaf Then the leaf asked the tree what this meant.
- leak A leak is a leak, be it ever so small.
- lean And the fears of the jovial party were only too well founded, for a tall, lean Egyptian suddenly stood among the Greeks as if he had sprung from the earth.
- leap He found it locked, and was obliged to leap across the fence.
- lear Mrs. Lear listened attentively, her watery blue eyes dancing with interest.
- least Now it's out, at least-it's spoken!
- left Oh, the left, of couyse.
- lent Up and walked to Paul's; and by chance it was an extraordinary day for the Readers of the Inns of Court and all the Students to come to church, it being an old ceremony not used these twenty-five years, upon the first Sunday in Lent.
- lest He could not stir, lest the slightest sound should jar on her speaking.
- let And now let us go.
- Leah I guess she is, returned Mrs. Leah.
- LEAS Folkestone was not so interesting on Sundays as on week-days, because the shops were shut; but on the other hand there was a sort of confusing brilliance along the front of the Leas in the afternoon.
14 words made from the letters leat
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