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133 synonyms
1 antonym
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1. lead (a) 2

7 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. first 5 letters 114 synonyms
2. front 5 letters 118 synonyms
3. head 4 letters 134 synonyms
4. leaden 6 letters 34 synonyms
5. metallic 8 letters 9 synonyms
6. pewter 6 letters 6 synonyms
7. primary 7 letters 82 synonyms

2. lead (Noun) 2

36 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. pb 2 letters 7 synonyms
2. atomic number 82 14 letters 2 synonyms
3. booster cable 12 letters 4 synonyms
4. boss 4 letters 49 synonyms
5. chalk 5 letters 35 synonyms
6. confidential information 23 letters 5 synonyms
7. dean 4 letters 22 synonyms
8. graphic instrument 17 letters 3 synonyms
9. guidance 8 letters 55 synonyms
10. guide 5 letters 160 synonyms
11. head 4 letters 134 synonyms
12. hint 4 letters 138 synonyms
13. jump lead 8 letters 4 synonyms
14. jumper cable 11 letters 4 synonyms
15. jumper lead 10 letters 4 synonyms
16. king 4 letters 55 synonyms
17. lead story 9 letters 1 synonym
18. lead-in 6 letters 2 synonyms
19. leader 6 letters 68 synonyms
20. leadingen.synonym.one 7 letters 87 synonyms
21. leash 5 letters 31 synonym
22. lede 4 letters 2 synonyms
23. pencil 6 letters 11 synonyms
24. pencil lead 10 letters 1 synonym
25. pilot 5 letters 71 synonym
26. plumb 5 letters 25 synonyms
27. president 9 letters 30 synonyms
28. principal 9 letters 83 synonyms
29. spark advance 12 letters 1 synonym
30. star 4 letters 50 synonyms
31. tether 6 letters 38 synonyms
32. tip 3 letters 105 synonyms
33. track 5 letters 91 synonym
34. vanguard 8 letters 31 synonym
35. weight 6 letters 84 synonyms
36. wind 4 letters 118 synonyms
1 antonym
# Word Number of letters Number of antonyms
1. deficit 7 letters 1 antonym
17 definitions
lead (Noun) —   An advantage held by a competitor in a race 1 example
1. ex. "he took the lead at the last turn"
lead (Noun) —   Evidence pointing to a possible solution 1 example
1. ex. "the police are following a promising lead"
lead (Noun) —   A position of leadership (especially in the phrase 'take the lead') 3 examples
1. ex. "he takes the lead in any group"
2. ex. "we were just waiting for someone to take the lead"
3. ex. "they didn't follow our lead"
lead (Noun) —   The angle between the direction a gun is aimed and the position of a moving target (correcting for the flight time of the missile)
lead (Noun) —   The introductory section of a story 1 example
1. ex. "it was an amusing lead-in to a very serious matter"
lead (Noun) —   (sport) the score by which a team or individual is winning
lead (Noun) —   An actor who plays a principal role
lead (Noun) —   (baseball) the position taken by a base runner preparing to advance to the next base 1 example
1. ex. "he took a long lead off first"
lead (Noun) —   An indication of potential opportunity 1 example
1. ex. "a good lead for a job"
lead (Noun) —   A news story of major importance
lead (Noun) —   The timing of ignition relative to the position of the piston in an internal-combustion engine
lead (Noun) —   Restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain) used to restrain an animal
lead (Noun) —   A jumper that consists of a short piece of wire 1 example
1. ex. "it was a tangle of jumper cables and clip leads"
lead (Noun) —   The playing of a card to start a trick in bridge 1 example
1. ex. "the lead was in the dummy"
lead (Noun) —   A soft heavy toxic malleable metallic element; bluish white when freshly cut but tarnishes readily to dull grey
lead (Noun) —   Thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type in printing
lead (Noun) —   Mixture of graphite with clay in different degrees of hardness; the marking substance in a pencil
40 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. timing 6 letters 1 synonym
2. actor 5 letters 12 synonyms
3. advantage 9 letters 73 synonyms
4. angle 5 letters 74 synonyms
5. black lead 9 letters 2 synonyms
6. conducting wire 14 letters 1 synonym
7. constraint 10 letters 60 synonyms
8. counsel 7 letters 60 synonyms
9. counseling 10 letters 15 synonyms
10. counselling 11 letters 6 synonyms
11. direction 9 letters 150 synonyms
12. evidence 8 letters 65 synonyms
13. graphite 8 letters 2 synonyms
14. grounds 7 letters 91 synonym
15. guidance 8 letters 55 synonyms
16. histrion 8 letters 4 synonyms
17. jumper 6 letters 5 synonyms
18. leadership 10 letters 17 synonyms
19. leading 7 letters 87 synonyms
20. metal 5 letters 12 synonyms
21. metallic element 15 letters 1 synonym
22. news article 11 letters 2 synonyms
23. news story 9 letters 2 synonyms
24. newspaper article 16 letters 2 synonyms
25. place 5 letters 147 synonyms
26. play 4 letters 200 synonyms
27. player 6 letters 42 synonyms
28. plumbago 8 letters 2 synonyms
29. position 8 letters 171 synonym
30. restraint 9 letters 94 synonyms
31. role player 10 letters 14 synonyms
32. score 5 letters 120 synonyms
33. section 7 letters 118 synonyms
34. slip 4 letters 160 synonyms
35. strip 5 letters 133 synonyms
36. subdivision 11 letters 30 synonyms
37. thespian 8 letters 15 synonyms
38. turn 4 letters 297 synonyms
39. vantage 7 letters 1 synonym
40. wire 4 letters 48 synonyms
11 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. tv star 6 letters 1 synonym
2. antimonial lead 14 letters 1 synonym
3. clip lead 8 letters 0 synonyms
4. co-star 6 letters 0 synonyms
5. film star 8 letters 1 synonym
6. hard lead 8 letters 1 synonym
7. idol 4 letters 42 synonyms
8. matinee idol 11 letters 1 synonym
9. movie star 9 letters 1 synonym
10. pig lead 7 letters 0 synonyms
11. television star 14 letters 1 synonym
9 parts of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. card game 8 letters 8 synonyms
2. cards 5 letters 32 synonyms
3. cerussite 9 letters 1 synonym
4. galena 6 letters 0 synonyms
5. lead pencil 10 letters 0 synonyms
6. news article 11 letters 2 synonyms
7. news story 9 letters 2 synonyms
8. newspaper article 16 letters 2 synonyms
9. white lead ore 12 letters 1 synonym

3. lead (Verb) 2

90 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. accompany 9 letters 53 synonyms
2. adjust 6 letters 117 synonyms
3. administer 10 letters 53 synonyms
4. allure 6 letters 71 synonym
5. assemble 8 letters 77 synonyms
6. beat 4 letters 254 synonyms
7. bring 5 letters 52 synonyms
8. carry 5 letters 129 synonyms
9. chair 5 letters 38 synonyms
10. chaperon 8 letters 31 synonym
11. collect 7 letters 106 synonyms
12. command 7 letters 200 synonyms
13. conduce 7 letters 2 synonyms
14. conduct 7 letters 141 synonym
15. contribute 10 letters 56 synonyms
16. control 7 letters 278 synonyms
17. convey 6 letters 70 synonyms
18. convince 8 letters 39 synonyms
19. decree 6 letters 92 synonyms
20. deployen.synonym.one 6 letters 13 synonyms
21. determine 9 letters 135 synonyms
22. direct 6 letters 236 synonyms
23. dispose 7 letters 75 synonyms
24. dominate 8 letters 52 synonyms
25. drag 4 letters 71 synonym
26. draw 4 letters 171 synonym
27. drive 5 letters 214 synonyms
28. entice 6 letters 71 synonym
29. escort 6 letters 57 synonyms
30. excel 5 letters 25 synonyms
31. extend 6 letters 131 synonym
32. fly 3 letters 104 synonyms
33. gather 6 letters 149 synonyms
34. go 2 letters 158 synonyms
35. govern 6 letters 65 synonyms
36. guide 5 letters 160 synonyms
37. hale 4 letters 49 synonyms
38. haul 4 letters 62 synonyms
39. head 4 letters 134 synonyms
40. impel 5 letters 71 synonym
41. incline 7 letters 98 synonyms
42. induce 6 letters 98 synonyms
43. influence 9 letters 165 synonyms
44. instruct 8 letters 69 synonyms
45. introduce 9 letters 95 synonyms
46. leave 5 letters 128 synonyms
47. line up 6 letters 46 synonyms
48. locate 6 letters 70 synonyms
49. lure 4 letters 59 synonyms
50. manageen.synonym.one 6 letters 108 synonyms
51. manipulate 10 letters 101 synonym
52. marshal 7 letters 37 synonyms
53. moderate 8 letters 136 synonyms
54. navigate 8 letters 30 synonyms
55. order 5 letters 378 synonyms
56. organise 8 letters 64 synonyms
57. organize 8 letters 61 synonym
58. orient 6 letters 29 synonyms
59. outstrip 8 letters 21 synonym
60. oversee 7 letters 37 synonyms
61. overtake 8 letters 36 synonyms
62. pass 4 letters 259 synonyms
63. persuade 8 letters 63 synonyms
64. pilot 5 letters 71 synonym
65. point 5 letters 189 synonyms
66. precede 7 letters 21 synonym
67. preface 7 letters 28 synonyms
68. present 7 letters 179 synonyms
69. propel 6 letters 47 synonyms
70. puff 4 letters 84 synonyms
71. pull 4 letters 126 synonyms
72. purchase 8 letters 64 synonyms
73. regiment 8 letters 21 synonym
74. result 6 letters 98 synonyms
75. rule 4 letters 153 synonyms
76. run 3 letters 280 synonyms
77. seduce 6 letters 61 synonym
78. show 4 letters 225 synonyms
79. steer 5 letters 38 synonyms
80. subject 7 letters 111 synonyms
81. superintend 11 letters 20 synonyms
82. supervise 9 letters 34 synonyms
83. surpass 7 letters 45 synonyms
84. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
85. top 3 letters 130 synonyms
86. trail 5 letters 75 synonyms
87. transport 9 letters 96 synonyms
88. turn 4 letters 297 synonyms
89. urge 4 letters 133 synonyms
90. usher 5 letters 29 synonyms
14 definitions
lead (Verb) —   Accompany somebody somewhere to show them the way 1 example
1. ex. "we led him to our chief"
lead (Verb) —   Have as a result or residue
lead (Verb) —   Tend to or result in 1 example
1. ex. "This remark led to further arguments among the guests"
lead (Verb) —   Travel in front of; go in advance of others 1 example
1. ex. "The procession was led by John"
lead (Verb) —   Cause to undertake a certain action 1 example
1. ex. "Her greed led her to forge the checks"
lead (Verb) —   Stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point 1 example
1. ex. "Service leads all the way to Cranbury"
lead (Verb) —   Be in charge of 1 example
1. ex. "Who is leading this project?"
lead (Verb) —   Be ahead of others; be the first 1 example
1. ex. "she led her class every year"
lead (Verb) —   Have the effect of making happen, or become more likely 1 example
1. ex. "The use of computers in the classroom led to better writing"
lead (Verb) —   (music) Have the leading position, as in the performance of a composition 1 example
1. ex. "lead an orchestra"
lead (Verb) —   Provide access; extend (in the direction of something) 1 example
1. ex. "This door leads to the basement"
lead (Verb) —   Move ahead (of others) in time or space
lead (Verb) —   Cause something to lie along a particular path 1 example
1. ex. "lead the wire behind the cabinet"
lead (Verb) —   Preside over 1 example
1. ex. "John led the discussion"
28 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. advance 7 letters 292 synonyms
2. be 2 letters 19 synonyms
3. boost 5 letters 70 synonyms
4. bring about 10 letters 52 synonyms
5. cause 5 letters 113 synonyms
6. direct 6 letters 236 synonyms
7. discuss 7 letters 69 synonyms
8. do 2 letters 112 synonyms
9. encourage 9 letters 117 synonyms
10. execute 7 letters 99 synonyms
11. further 7 letters 76 synonyms
12. get 3 letters 175 synonyms
13. give rise 8 letters 2 synonyms
14. go 2 letters 158 synonyms
15. hash out 7 letters 7 synonyms
16. have 4 letters 79 synonyms
17. induce 6 letters 98 synonyms
18. locomote 8 letters 3 synonyms
19. make 4 letters 207 synonyms
20. make pass 8 letters 1 synonym
21. move 4 letters 187 synonyms
22. pass 4 letters 259 synonyms
23. perform 7 letters 87 synonyms
24. produce 7 letters 140 synonyms
25. promote 7 letters 97 synonyms
26. stimulate 9 letters 92 synonyms
27. talk over 8 letters 2 synonyms
28. travel 6 letters 72 synonyms
25 types
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. beacon 6 letters 39 synonyms
2. captain 7 letters 33 synonyms
3. chair 5 letters 38 synonyms
4. chairman 8 letters 17 synonyms
5. come 4 letters 67 synonyms
6. draw away 8 letters 11 synonyms
7. entail 6 letters 16 synonyms
8. give 4 letters 143 synonyms
9. go deep 6 letters 1 synonym
10. go far 5 letters 4 synonyms
11. hand 4 letters 55 synonyms
12. implicate 9 letters 32 synonyms
13. lead astray 10 letters 17 synonyms
14. misdirect 9 letters 15 synonyms
15. misguide 8 letters 4 synonyms
16. mislead 7 letters 39 synonyms
17. necessitate 11 letters 28 synonyms
18. radiate 7 letters 54 synonyms
19. ray 3 letters 34 synonyms
20. show 4 letters 225 synonyms
21. spearhead 9 letters 2 synonyms
22. take charge 10 letters 2 synonyms
23. take control 11 letters 2 synonyms
24. take hold 8 letters 3 synonyms
25. usher 5 letters 29 synonyms
7 misspelling
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All synonyms in one line
first, front, head, leaden, metallic, en.synonym.one, pewter, primary, pb, atomic number 82, booster cable, boss, chalk, en.synonym.one, confidential information, dean, graphic instrument, guidance, guide, head, hint, jump lead, jumper cable, jumper lead, king, lead story, lead-in, leader, leading, leash, lede, pencil, pencil lead, pilot, en.synonym.one, plumb, president, principal, spark advance, star, tether, tip, track, vanguard, weight, wind, accompany, adjust, administer, allure, assemble, en.synonym.one, beat, bring, carry, chair, chaperon, collect, command, conduce, conduct, contribute, control, convey, convince, decree, deploy, determine, direct, dispose, dominate, drag, en.synonym.one, draw, drive, entice, escort, excel, extend, fly, gather, go, govern, guide, hale, haul, head, impel, incline, induce, influence, instruct, introduce, leave, line up, locate, lure, manage, en.synonym.one, manipulate, marshal, moderate, navigate, order, organise, organize, orient, outstrip, oversee, overtake, pass, persuade, pilot, point, precede, preface, present, propel, puff, pull, purchase, regiment, result, rule, run, seduce, show, steer, subject, superintend, supervise, surpass, take, top, trail, transport, turn, urge, usher.
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