Is LEAD valid for Scrabble? Words With Friends? Other games?!
Definitions of LEAD in various dictionaries:
- noun - an advantage held by a competitor in a race
- noun - a soft heavy toxic malleable metallic element
- noun - evidence pointing to a possible solution
- noun - a position of leadership (especially in the phrase `take the 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)
- noun - the introductory section of a story
- noun - (sports) the score by which a team or individual is winning
- noun - an actor who plays a principal role
- noun - (baseball) the position taken by a base runner preparing to advance to the next base
- noun - an indication of potential opportunity
- noun - a news story of major importance
- noun - the timing of ignition relative to the position of the piston in an internal-combustion engine
- noun - restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain) used to restrain an animal
- noun - thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type in printing
- noun - mixture of graphite with clay in different degrees of hardness
- noun - a jumper that consists of a short piece of wire
- noun - the playing of a card to start a trick in bridge
- verb - take somebody somewhere
- verb - have as a result or residue
- verb - tend to or result in
- verb - travel in front of
- verb - cause to undertake a certain action
- verb - stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope
- verb - be in charge of
- verb - be ahead of others
- verb - be conducive to
- verb - lead, as in the performance of a composition
- verb - lead, extend, or afford access
- verb - move ahead (of others) in time or space
- verb - cause something to pass or lead somewhere
- verb - preside over
- To show the way to by going in advance.
- To serve as a route for; take: The path led them to a cemetery.
- To be a channel or conduit for (water or electricity, for example).
- To guide the behavior or opinion of; induce: led us to believe otherwise.
- To direct the performance or activities of: lead an orchestra.
- To inspire the conduct of: led the nation in its crisis.
- To play a principal or guiding role in: lead a discussion; led the antiwar movement.
- To go or be at the head of: The queen led the procession.
- To be ahead of: led the runner-up by three strides.
- To be foremost in or among: led the field in nuclear research; led her teammates in free throws.
- To pass or go through; live: lead an independent life.
- To begin or open with, as in games: led an ace.
- To guide (a partner) in dancing.
- To aim in front of (a moving target).
- To be first; be ahead.
- To go first as a guide.
- To act as commander, director, or guide.
- To afford a passage, course, or route: a road that leads over the mountains; a door leading to the pantry.
- To tend toward a certain goal or result: a remark that led to further discussion; policies that led to disaster.
- To make the initial play, as in a game or contest.
- To begin a presentation or an account in a given way: The announcer led with the day’s top stories.
- To guide a dance partner.
- To start a dance step on a specified foot.
- To advance a few paces away from one’s base toward the next while the pitcher is in the delivery.
- To begin an attack in boxing with a specified hand or punch: led with a right to the body.
- The first or foremost position.
- One occupying such a position; a leader.
- The initiative: took the lead in setting the pace of the project.
- The margin by which one holds a position of advantage or superiority: held a lead of nine points at the half.
- Information pointing toward a possible solution; a clue: followed a promising lead in the murder case.
- An indication of potential opportunity; a tip: a good lead for a job.
- Command; leadership: took over the lead of the company.
- An example; a precedent: followed his sister’s lead in running for office.
- The principal role in a dramatic production.
- The person playing such a role.
- The introductory portion of a news story.
- An important, usually prominently displayed news story.
- The first play.
- The prerogative or turn to make the first play: The lead passes to the player on the left.
- A card played first in a round.
- A position taken by a base runner away from one base in the direction of the next.
- A leash.
- A deposit of gold ore in an old riverbed.
- See lode (n.
- A conductor by which one circuit element is electrically connected to another.
- The direction in which a rope runs.
- The distance aimed in front of a moving target.
- To begin; start.
- To be the first batter in an inning.
- To keep in a state of expectation or hope; entice.
- To mislead; deceive.
- To result in by a series of steps: events leading up to the coup.
- To proceed toward (a main topic) with preliminary remarks.
- Pb A soft, malleable, ductile, bluish-white, dense metallic element, extracted chiefly from galena and used in containers and pipes for corrosives, solder and type metal, bullets, radiation shielding, paints, and antiknock compounds.
- A lead weight suspended by a line, used to make soundings.
- Bullets from or for firearms; shot: pumped the target full of lead.
- A thin strip of metal used to separate lines of type.
- Any of various, often graphitic compositions used as the writing substance in pencils.
- A thin stick of such material.
- To cover, line, weight, or fill with lead.
- To provide space between (lines of type) with leads.
- To secure (window glass) with leads.
- To start moving or move more rapidly.
- verb - to cover with lead (a heavy metallic element)
- verb - to show the way to by going in advance
There are 4 letters in LEAD: A D E L
Scrabble results that can be created with an extra letter added to LEAD
To search all scrabble anagrams of LEAD, to go: LEAD?
Rearrange the letters in LEAD and see some winning combinations
Contextual use of LEAD
What's nearby LEAD
Lookup in Wiki for LEAD
Anagrammer is a game resource site that has been extremely popular with players of popular games like Scrabble, Lexulous, WordFeud, Letterpress, Ruzzle, Hangman and so forth. We maintain regularly updated dictionaries of almost every game out there. To be successful in these board games you must learn as many valid words as possible, but in order to take your game to the next level you also need to improve your anagramming skills, spelling, counting and probability analysis. Make sure to bookmark every unscrambler we provide on this site. Explore deeper into our site and you will find many educational tools, flash cards and so much more that will make you a much better player. This page covers all aspects of LEAD, do not miss the additional links under "More about: LEAD"