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applaud, bless, boost, felicitate, laud, praise, salute, toast, stroke, wish joy to.
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Correct spelling:
leader
Definition:
[ Anglo-Saxon] Highest shoot or part of trunk of a tree.

Synonyms:

noun
authority
chairman.
big cheese
influential person, big enchilada, big kahuna.
cantor
chanter, hazan, precentor, soloist, vocalist, singers, soloists, chanters, precentors.
chair
helm, instructorship, professorship, tutorship, professorate, position of control, professorships.
chairman
chairwoman, toastmaster, chairwomen, toastmasters.
chairperson
Introducer, Presider, Prolocutor, Symposiarch, introducers, presiders.
chieftain
headman, tribal chief, Headmen, head man.
comer
up-and-comer.
czar
tsar, tzar, TSARS, tzars.
director
administrator, baron, boss, conductor, foreman, general, king, magistrate, mayor, overlord, overseer, queen, ringleader, ringmaster, superintendent, supervisor, taskmaster, warden, band master.
emir
amir, emir, shah, sheik, AMIRS, shahs, sheiks.
emperor
czar.
fountainhead
Well-spring.
front
anterior, avant-garde, bow, face, forefront, forepart, front, nose, point, scout, vanguard.
head
headline.
headline
header, screamer, screamers, Head-line, scarehead.
higher-up
higher up.
important person
big cheese.
leader
drawing card, loss leader.
leading light
one in a million, one million, choice spirit, master spirit, shining light.
magnate
plutocrat, captain of industry.
master
abbot, authority, captain, chief, commandant, commander, dean, director, executive, governor, guru, head, headmaster, headmistress, kingpin, landlady, landlord, lord, maestro, mahatma, manager, mandarin, master, mother, officer, president, principal, proprietor, proprietress, quartermaster, ruler, senior, sire, squire, star, titleholder.
mover and shaker
achiever, mover and shaker, wheeler dealer, trailblazer, trailblazers, achievers, affluential, enterprising person, man of influence, palpable presence, wheeler and dealer, go getter.
number one
numero uno.
pacesetter
pacer, pacesetter, pacers.
person
leader.
person who guides
boss, captain, chief, chieftain, commander, conductor, controller, counsellor, dean, dignitary, director, doyen, eminence, forerunner, general, governor, guide, harbinger, head, herald, lead, lion, luminary, manager, mistress, notability, notable, officer, pacesetter, pilot, pioneer, precursor, president, principal, rector, ringleader, ruler, shepherd, skipper, superintendent, superior, EXEC.
pillar
sinew, tower of strength, upholder, Guider, upholders, guiders.
politician
democrat, member of parliament, republican, grandstander, politicians, Democrats, Republicans, congressperson, statesperson, party members, baby-kisser, handshaker, office seeker, whistle-stopper.
potentate
crowned head, head of state, potentate, princess, queen, princesses, crowned heads.
prime minister
chief executive, doge, chief minister, Dewan, Grand vizier, chief officer, head of cabinet, doges.
producer
impresario.
protagonist
exponent, protagonist, standard-bearer, warrior, protagonists, central character, lead character, standardbearer.
shepherd
herder, pastor, shepherdess, tenders, herders, pastoralist.
someone
someone.
superior
aristocracy, champ, champion, elite, nobility, paragon, premier, prima donna, prize winner, prodigy, sovereign, superior, superman, victor, virtuoso, winner, exceller, superwoman, wonderwoman.
top
first place.
usher
doorkeeper, doorperson, doorkeepers.
very important person
luminary.
verb
head
headline.
Examples of usage:
  1. Herkomer, Fildes, Leader, Long, are not forgotten. – Modern Painting by George Moore
  2. " Berthhold, take the chair," said the leader. – Dawn by Mrs. Harriet A. Adams
  3. 3. Why were the Saints troubled about a leader? – A Young Folks' History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by Nephi Anderson
  4. The head dog of the train is called " the leader." – By Canoe and Dog-Train by Egerton Ryerson Young
  5. McCorquodale turned quickly at sound of the shot, just in time to see his leader go down. – Every Man for Himself by Hopkins Moorhouse

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