How to spell SLEAD correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell slead correctly

  • lad "How was I to know that you would come after 'em, lad?
  • lead "Because-because-it may lead to trouble.
  • led They are led in the right direction without knowing what is leading them.
  • leda You stay away from Leda Crannon!"
  • lewd It is characteristic and rather comical that, while both the earlier Satires and The Scourge denounce lewd verse most fullmouthedly, Pigmalion's Image is a poem in the Venus and Adonis style which is certainly not inferior to its fellows in luscious descriptions.
  • load Then I saw in my dream that Christian said: Could you not help me off with this load on my back?
  • mislead So I had to hedge and shuffle and mislead....
  • plead "And I," said Mistress Margaret, "plead guilty to the same charge, and to no other.
  • sad Sad she was indeed, but that was no new thing.
  • salad It is eaten raw as a salad, or cooked with meat or fish.
  • seal Canst thou not see the king's seal?
  • sealed He addressed that envelope too, and sealed the notes and sent away the boys.
  • seat He went over to the window, opened a square of the glass, sat down on the window-seat, and looked out to the tiny garden.
  • seed See how it casts the seed of light and health right away to the distant suburbs!
  • slat They've got a slat of stuff what has been stole 'round here, an' I know where all of it is."
  • slate Now," ses I, "Mr. Seckatary, I want to ask you some questshins by single entry, and I will put the ansers down on the slate."
  • slaw I would recommend all forms of uncooked green food, chiefly to be used in the form of salads, such as lettuce, tomatoes, onions, celery, radishes, cucumbers, cold slaw, water-cress, parsley, and the like.
  • slay He had refused to slay Hemu.
  • sled But Daddy Bunker and Grandpa Ford had gone to town in the sled.
  • sledder No one ever went sledding in this city, because it was too cold.
  • sleet It snowed so hard that it was raining sleet.
  • slew After the slaughter of the sheep, the farmer went out to get the dogs to help cull the flock.
  • slide The slide had been left open and children were sliding down it.
  • soiled
  • sold
  • soled The soles of my shoes were sweaty.
  • solid
  • stead He made a stand at the door.
  • steal
  • Sailed He didn't come aboard, and we sailed without him.
  • Slewed I slewed the camera towards the light to create a more dramatic shot.
  • Slid The door slid shut with a sleepy hiss.
  • Slued I'm late for my meeting because I got delayed by a snow plow.
  • Snead I sneaked a peak at the document she was working on.
  • Sued
  • sleds
  • soloed
  • Salado Four rivers, which might easily be rendered navigable, the Damuji, the Salado, the Caonao, and the Orimao, flow into its waters.

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