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How to spell LEATE correctly?

If you're dealing with the misspelling "leate", a number of possible correct suggestions can be offered. The word "late", meaning not arriving on time, could be what was intended. Alternatively, it could be a misspelling of "leapt", the past tense of "leap", which means to jump. Consulting a dictionary can provide further options.

List of suggestions on how to spell leate correctly

  • bleat The sound of the lamb's bleat could be heard from the nearby pasture.
  • cleat
  • elate
  • lade I had to lade all of the boxes into the moving truck.
  • lat
  • late I woke up late this morning and missed my train.
  • later
  • latte I love to start my day with a delicious latte from my favorite coffee shop.
  • lea The deer darted quickly across the meadow and disappeared into the dense lea.
  • lead The detective followed the droid's lead to the stolen goods.
  • leader The leader of the group facilitated productive discussions among team members.
  • lease The tenant will have to sign a lease agreement before moving in.
  • least I always do the least amount of homework possible.
  • leave Should I leave now?
  • lee The boat found protection from the wind and waves in the lee of the island.
  • legate The ambassador appointed his most trusted legate to negotiate with the enemy.
  • legatee As the only surviving relative, I was named the legatee in my grandmother's will.
  • let
  • Leta After we finished eating, I asked Leta if she wanted to stay for a bit.
  • letter I received a letter from my friend in the mail today.
  • lite This pale lite ale will leave you feeling refreshed.
  • lute The minstrel serenaded the gathering with his lute.
  • plate
  • pleat
  • relate I can relate to the struggles you are facing because I have been through similar experiences myself.
  • slate I debated whether to bring my slate, but decided against it in the end.

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