How to spell LEED correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell leed correctly

  • bleed I also forbade her to bleed herself again, as she might do herself a serious injury without gaining anything by it.
  • deed Why the deed was done, no man but Morgan could tell.
  • feed I says 'tis the gover'ment should feed 'em here.
  • heed Her object was distinct in her mind and she gave heed to nothing else.
  • lead Take a lead, take a lead!
  • led It was not as though we had led up to it.
  • lee He came to learn later that Pony Lee had the reputation of being both a good fellow and a fighting man.
  • leeds There is an old Viking legend inscribed on the cross at Leeds.
  • leek 187 House Leek .
  • leer An ugly leer crossed his face.
  • lees Yet now I am sitting here a pardoned rebel, and the poor Lees are driven away and their place is a grave-yard."
  • lend All was utterly lost: no one will lend to me.
  • lewd Apuleius himself chose a lewd tale in which to display his fervor as an initiate.
  • lied You lied to me then!
  • meed Of course he gave the due meed of panegyric to the female heads, by which the artist had become so renowned.
  • need You need not come."
  • reed When erect, his body swayed as if it were a stubborn reed determined to maintain its dignity in the face of the wind; he did not walk, he glided.
  • seed The kiss, my Athelstan, was the fruit, not the seed!
  • weed "Not exactly," proceeding to light a weed.
  • Geed I like to get up early and jog along the beach before it's too hot.
  • Teed The city is full of Teed shops.

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