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How to spell LEHRER correctly?

If you have misspelled "lehrer", don't fret! Here are a few correct suggestions. The correct German word is "Lehrer", which means "teacher". In English, you could try "leather" or "leisure". To avoid confusion, always double-check the spelling and context before using the alternative words.

List of suggestions on how to spell lehrer correctly

  • bearer The bearer of the news was hesitant to share it with the family.
  • Clearer This is a much clearer explanation of the material.
  • dearer I cherish your friendship dearer than anything else.
  • fuehrer
  • fuhrer The title of " Fuhrer" was given to Adolf Hitler during his reign over Nazi Germany.
  • hearer The speaker must always consider the perspectives of the hearer to communicate effectively.
  • leader I aspire to be a leader in the community.
  • leaner If we cut costs, we'll have a leaner operation.
  • leaper A leaper was seen cliff jumping from the tree.
  • learner
  • Leaser
  • leaver He was a leaver who always left work early.
  • lecher
  • leer
  • Leered I glared at her and she leered back.
  • leger A leger is a unit of Measurement in France.
  • leper The leper walked among the people, his skin stained with the contagion.
  • lerner
  • lesser The lesser known, but equally important, task was completed by the team.
  • letter
  • lever I used a crowbar as a lever to pry open the stuck window.
  • Levier The Levier is a levitating platform operated by a remote control.
  • nearer As we walked closer to the castle, it looked nearer than it actually was.
  • serer I seldom serer my hair.
  • wearer The wearer of the jacket looked fashionable and warm on the cold winter day.

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