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cloak-and-dagger, covertly, secretiveness, Clandestinity, Secretness, Covertness, clandestinely, clandestineness, huggermuggery, clandestine.
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lead
Definition:
Leadership Effectiveness Adaptability Description

What does the acronym lead stand for?

LEAD abbreviation definitions:
–  Leaders in Education About Diversity
–  Lake Erie Alliance for Democracy

Synonyms:

adjective
avant-garde
progressive, new, radical, experimental, new wave, head*, beat*, leading-edge, liberal, hip*, Pioneering, innovative, state-of-the-art.
controlled
disciplined, governed, ordered, dominated, controlled, harnessed, Managed, administrated, Steered, effected, supervised, Bridled, Piloted, Presided, ruled, Superintended, directed.
directed
supervised, Superintended, conducted, Administered, Commanded, Managed, ruled, governed, mastered, directed, Bossed.
preceding
prevenient, preexistent, pre-existent, aforeknown, supra, prodromal, aforementioned, Precursive, precursory, forerunning, preliminary, one time.
top
first class, top drawer, maximal, loftiest, firstclass, pre-eminent, apical, tiptop, top-drawer, upper most, five-star.
noun
act
lead.
actor
amateur, barnstormer, straight person, ventriloquist, mimic, ingénue, entertainer, ham, extra, artist, headliner, thesp, hambone, impersonator, thespian, stand-in, walk-on, pantomimist, villain, understudy, bit player, stooge, trouper, play-actor, player, idol, clown, foil, soubrette, performer, mime, character, comedian.
advantage
hold, authority, help, comfort, assistance, good, choice, upper hand, gratification, break, gain, pre-eminence, leeway, utility, improvement, prevalence, starting, preference, ascendancy, convenience, leverage, favor, interest, avail, mastery, protection, wealth, superiority, position, boon, profit, dominance, blessing, support, eminence, luck, expediency, supremacy, leg-up, influence, asset, aid, recognition, Resources, odds, prestige, sanction, return, power.
attribute
lead.
cord
shoelace, lace, towline, gut, rope, catgut, rein, umbilical cord, shoestring, sinew, tendon, cord, twine, binding twine, string, lasso, hamstring, lariat, guy.
element
cobalt, zirconium, beryllium, argon, aluminum, germanium, fermium, gadolinium, californium, xenon, cesium, calcium, radium, iron, bismuth, gallium, bromine, tellurium, praseodymium, nobelium, selenium, nitrogen, iodine, helium, neptunium, antimony, rhenium, lanthanum, protactinium, hydrogen, actinium, thallium, sodium, polonium, europium, holmium, fluorine, tantalum, rubidium, mendelevium, gold, element, barium, technetium, francium, plutonium, chromium, ytterbium, berkelium, platinum, thorium, sulfur, americium, lithium, niobium, samarium, chlorine, terbium, iridium, osmium, lutetium, indium, curium, potassium, scandium, phosphorus, molybdenum, tungsten, magnesium, silicon, tin, nickel, uranium, palladium, cadmium, yttrium, carbon, strontium, vanadium, thulium, einsteinium, silver, neodymium, promethium, zinc, rhodium, ruthenium, astatine, titanium, arsenic, oxygen, mercury, krypton, hafnium, radon, boron, copper, cerium, erbium, neon, manganese, dysprosium.
fastening
tether.
front
proscenium, front lines, front line.
hint
word to wise, glimmerings, flea in ear, adumbration, inference, in formation, whiff.
introduction
Hornbook, opening remarks, lead-in, basic text, basic principle, exordium, first taste, Prolegomenon, intro, basic principles, Exordiums, Exordia, Proem, intros, interpolation, hornbooks, first acquaintance, interpolations.
lead
leading, sign, evidence, head, chair, start, precede, go, model, facade, run, pencil lead, leadership, direction, star, priority, leash, suggestion, tip, hint, principal, front rank, guide, tether, vanguard, cutting edge*, spark advance, pilot, jumper lead, primacy, result, bulge, steer, lead-in, trace, spark, leave, track, example, protagonist, advantage, confidential information, proof, pb, jumper cable, extend, moderate, pass, top, over, trail, wind, ahead, title role, margin, precedence, lead story, take, conduce, atomic number 82, conduct, heavy, guidance, top spot, indication, point, direct, edge, advance, contribute.
line
prepared speech, line.
location
lead.
metal
cadmium, cobalt, beryllium, zirconium, zinc, gold, platinum, barium, metal, sodium, copper, potassium, magnesium, uranium, lithium, titanium, tungsten, aluminum, mercury, radium, nickel, strontium, tin, osmium, chromium, gallium, phosphorus, silver.
plumb bob
plumb rule, plumb line.
plurality
nearly all, greater part, numerousness.
power line
electricity cable, high-voltage line, power cable.
precedence
precession, precedency, Previousness, earliness, Primaries, Anteposition, preexistence, Pre-existence, Prevenience, precessions.
protagonist
prime mover, standard-bearer, warrior, protagonists, protagonist, central character, lead character, standardbearer, exponent.
quantity
lead.
shape
lead.
superiority
whip hand, Meliority, predomination.
theatrical role
part.
top
first place.
upper hand
trump hand, leg up.
usher
doorperson, doorkeepers, doorkeeper.
vantage
vantage.
vehicle
van.
verb
accompany
come along, drag*, associate with, keep company, show about, look after, tag along, shlep along, draft*, chaperon, spook, hang out*, go along, shadow, consort, date, lead, dog*, follow, take out, stick to, string along, tailgate, hang around with.
communication
lead.
control
manage, discipline, rule, command, harness, administer, govern, superintend, order, oversee, preside, bridle, steer, supervise, pilot, execute, direct, dominate, control.
direct
lord, master, conduct, boss.
guide mentally; influence
spearhead.
hint
cue.
influence
influence, pressure, affect, motivate, prejudice, predominate, empower, authorize, bias, sway, power.
lead
see, squire, affect, get the jump on, drive, accompany, traverse, convey, route, incline, guard, contribute, draw, find a way, cause, bring on, transcend, show in, introduce, call the shots, precede, convert, direct, impel, go out in front, supervise, prevail, excel, steer, get, attend, preside over, prompt, serve, govern, shepherd, blaze a trail, dispose, be ahead, span, conduce, convoy, usher, safeguard, pass along, persuade, coerce, point out, compel, tend, manage, bring, result in, preface, run things, exceed, protect, show the way, outdo, helm, induce, trail-blaze, watch over, point the way, be responsible for, conduct, command, motivate, force, come first, show around, show, spur, go along with, produce, spearhead*, move, chaperone, outstrip, escort, quarterback.
lead (a life)
pass, spend, live, undergo, have.
master
head.
motion
guide, lead, direct, take, conduct.
precede
head off, Forerun, antecede, introduce, predate, precede, foreshadow, antedate, anticipate, trail-blaze, pioneer.
preceded
Pioneered, predated, anticipated, Preceded, headed off, foreshadowed, Introduced, Antedated, Foreran, trail-blazed, anteceded.
stative
leave, result, lead, run, go.
Examples of usage:
  1. Lead me to those Nardi ships. – A Yankee Flier in Italy by Rutherford G. Montgomery
  2. The King may take his body off, but he cannot lead his heart away. – Four Arthurian Romances "Erec et Enide", "Cliges", "Yvain", and "Lancelot" by Chretien DeTroyes
  3. You did lead off splendid. – A Country Doctor and Selected Stories and Sketches by Sarah Orne Jewett
  4. It ought to be somebody who could lead! – Monitress Merle by Angela Brazil
  5. I will try, said Madge, once more taking the lead; but you must do as I tell you. – The Eagle's Nest by S. E. Cartwright
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