How to spell LEAY correctly?
The misspelling "leay" could possibly be corrected to "lay" which means to place something in a horizontal position or "leaf" which is the flattened structure of a plant. Another possible suggestion is "leap" which means to jump forward or to take a sudden action.
List of suggestions on how to spell leay correctly
- lea The path leading to the waterfall wound through a lush green lea.
- lead The manager will lead the team to success.
- leaf I found a beautiful leaf on my walk this morning.
- leafy The small cottage was surrounded by a dense and leafy forest.
- leak The roof began to leak during the heavy rain storm.
- leaky The faucet in the kitchen sink is so leaky that it needs to be fixed.
- lean He has to lean down to get through the door.
- leary I'm a little leary of trying that new restaurant, as I've heard mixed reviews.
- levy The city council decided to levy a tax on tobacco products.
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