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Definition of "leed" []

  • Language; tongue. (noun)
  • A national tongue (in contrast to a foreign language). (noun)
  • The speech of a person or class of persons; form of speech; talk; utterance; manner of speaking or writing; phraseology; diction. (noun)
  • A strain in a rhyme, song, or poem; refrain; flow. (noun)
  • A constant or repeated line or verse; theme. (noun)

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Use "leed" in a sentence
  • "And nyghe besyde that temple, upon the right syde, is a chirche covered with leed, that is clept Salomones"
  • "And nyghe besyde that temple, upon the right syde, is a chirche covered with leed, that is clept Salomones Scole."
  • "The first paragraph of any story is called the _lead_ (pronounced "leed"); the word _lead_ is also used to designate several introductory paragraphs that are tacked on at the beginning of a long story, which may be of the nature of a"