lead[ leed ]SEE DEFINITION OF lead
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEAD
And the only one she never forgets is, 'When in doubt, lead your highest check.'
We can only crawl along, having to walk and lead the horses, or at least drag them.
Passively, he let Harry take him by the arm, and lead him on.
Surely those are not the steps that lead down toward the bath?
It was incumbent upon Mr. Gladstone to lead the opposition to this motion.
The quartette started for the station with Patience and Emma in the lead.
Clearly, America must continue to lead the world we did so much to make.
And the world's greatest democracy will lead a whole world of democracies.
And we are confident in principles that unite and lead us onward.
If our country does not lead the cause of freedom, it will not be led.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LEAD
- ahead of
- one time
- call the shots
- detract from
- have one's way
- have upper hand
- hold sway over
- keep under thumb
- lay down the law
- lead by the nose
- play first fiddle
- prevail over
- reign supreme
- rule the roost
- run the show
- sit on top of