leading[ lee-ding ]SEE DEFINITION OF leading
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEADING
I followed after his tracks, leading the two poor done-up horses.
How could it care for a fellow's happiness, or even for his leading a correct life!
They will be in our next experience as they have been in this, leading us on from strength to strength.
It thinks that the Herald is not the leading paper, though it may have Ben-it.
Where can I have access to old files of the leading news-papers?
But there he stopped, for he began to have a glimmer of where she was leading him.
And has anyone told you that I am not leading my class at the present minute?
"Come an' see Papa Jack, too," she cried, leading him into the next room.
"Very good," Uncle William replied, leading the way into the shop.
They spoke of him as "he," and as leading a painfully worthless and disreputable life.
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