How to spell LLEAD correctly?

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  • clad No farmer's wife could be more simply clad, and yet-Eva was forced to admit it-there was something aristocratic in her firm bearing.
  • glad Glad to have you go?
  • lad Come, lad, tell truth; is it not so?"
  • lade Reborn, thou waitedst not far down The sunless caves to speed- (Thy twin, lade with unfabled spoils, Did build the plain, Or green the expectant mead,
  • lady Oh, my dear lady!
  • lard Taking these factors into consideration, many prefer the cheaper vegetable fats for frying, while others find a mixture of beef drippings and lard satisfactory.
  • lat Their persecution bewildered her, and the resulting stupefaction was a kind of support to her for a time; but at last she could endure it no longer, being really hurt by a fall, and ran crying into the shop, where she sobbed out, "Please, sir, they winna lat me be."
  • laud It satisfied Laud, and filled with exultation the dark mind of Strafford.
  • lea The anchorage in Victor Harbour is under the lea of Granite Island, but I believe it is foul and rocky, and until both it and Rosetta Harbour shall be better known, the seaman will enter them with caution.
  • lead In vain did he call in his troops from St. Amand: in vain did he gallop back to his squadrons between Bry and Sombref and lead them forward.
  • leader "Ah, Rellos," the leader greeted him.
  • lear We are cut off from Hamlet, and Lear, and Othello and Macbeth.
  • led And it was not her own disinclination nor the will of the king which led to this shameful result; no!
  • leda Leda Crannon, who had lost ground in trying to keep up with Snookums' whirling treads, came to the door of Power Section too late to stop the robot's entrance.
  • lend
  • let
  • lewd I am feeling lewd today.
  • lid I need to replace my broken kitchen lid.
  • lied She lied to me and said she was busy.
  • lld I am loading lld.
  • lloyd The lloyd was very disappointed; he thought he had the winning ticket.
  • load
  • plead
  • sled I want to ride in my sled!
  • Bled Then he bled him.
  • Fled When the French Ministry fled to Bordeaux without having warned the people that the enemy was at their gates, Paris remained very quiet and gave no sign of wild terror or of panic-stricken rage.
  • Leah From which I gathered that I was not wrong in my surmises, that the fair Leah had been smitten by my personality and my appearance rather than by those of my friend, and that he was suffering the pangs of an insane jealousy.
  • Lela
  • Leta
  • Vlad
  • Gilead There was balm in Gilead.
  • leads "All this leads somewhere, you know.
  • laid It was midday before I laid down my pen and gathered my scattered sheets together.

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