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How to spell LEWAY correctly?

If you accidentally misspell "leway", it's likely that you meant to write "leeway". This term refers to the allowance or flexibility given in a situation. Double-check your spelling to ensure accuracy and clarity in your writing.

List of suggestions on how to spell leway correctly

  • away
  • byway I decided to take the scenic byway to enjoy the beautiful countryside.
  • dewar Pouring a Dewar of whisky, he sat back and imagined the life he could have had.
  • dewey Dewey was the most famous of all the cardinal directions.
  • flyway The Mississippi River is a major flyway for migratory birds.
  • lay I will lay the book on the table for you.
  • lea I saw a lea in the meadow.
  • lead John's guitar had a worn out lead that needed to be replaced.
  • leaf I saw a beautiful red leaf fall from the tree.
  • leafy The leafy green plants provide shade for the other plants in the garden.
  • Leah She is the best friend of Leah.
  • leak There was a leak in the roof that caused water damage to the ceiling.
  • leaky
  • lean Warehouses are often designed with a strict lean to limit material wasted on opening and closing doors.
  • leap I took a leap into the unknown.
  • lear
  • leary I'm very leary of going into that dark alley.
  • LEAS
  • leda Leda was a queen in Greek mythology who was seduced by the god Zeus in the form of a swan.
  • leery I am a bit leery of that restaurant because I have heard bad reviews.
  • leeway I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and give you some leeway with your work.
  • leggy Leggy women often feel insecure about their body.
  • Lela
  • lena Lena is a student from Germany who is studying abroad in the United States.
  • Lenny It's been a while since I've seen Lenny.
  • Leroy I ran into Leroy at the grocery store yesterday.
  • Lesa This book is about a girl named Lesa.
  • Leta Leta apologized for her late arrival.
  • levy The levy on the property is due on the 5th of the month.
  • Lew
  • lewd He was getting lewd with her.
  • lewis He is one of the most famous Lewis brothers.
  • lowly
  • Noway I can't do that; noway.
  • seaway
  • sway The dancers moved with a rhythmic sway to the beat of the music.
  • way I have a long way to go before I can finish this project.

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