Any person or thing that leads or conducts. (noun)
One who goes first. (noun)
One having authority to direct. (noun)
One who leads a political party or group of elected party members; sometimes used in titles. (noun)
A person or thing that leads in a certain field in terms of excellence, success, etc. (noun)
A performer who leads a band, choir, or a section of an orchestra. (noun)
The first violin in a symphony orchestra; the concertmaster. (noun)
The dominant animal in a pack of animals, such as wolves or lions. (noun)
An animal placed in advance of others, especially on a team of horse, oxen, or dogs. (noun)
A fast-growing terminal shoot of a woody plant. (noun)
A pipe for conducting rain water from a roof to a cistern or to the ground. (noun)
The first, or the principal, editorial article in a newspaper; a leading or main editorial article; a lead story. (noun)
A section of line between the main fishing line and the snell of a hook, intended to be more resistant to bites and harder for a fish to detect than the main fishing line. (noun)
A piece of material at the beginning or end of a reel or roll to allow the material to the threaded or fed onto something, as a reel of film onto a projector or a roll of paper onto a rotary printing press. (noun)
A loss leader or a popular product sold at a normal price. (noun)
A type having a dot or short row of dots upon its face. (noun)
A row of dots, periods, or hyphens, used in tables of contents, etc., to lead the eye across a space to the right word or number. (noun)
A net for leading fish into a pound, weir, etc. (noun)
A branch or small vein, not important in itself, but indicating the proximity of a better one. (noun)
A block of hard wood pierced with suitable holes for leading ropes in their proper places. (noun)
The drive wheel in any kind of machinery. (noun)
Examples of word leader
Strick van Linschoten also said Isaf's definition of the word leader was "so broad as to be meaningless".
Indeed so regularly is the phrase "leader of the pack" mentioned when describing him, you half expect to hear a Harleyâ€‘Davidson engine raspily rev up and cue in The Shangri-Las.
Even better, the title leader and rival to the Mexican, Pastor Maldonado failed to finish in today's race and earned no points.
Our new leader - and I use the term leader lightly - and his dim party comrades in the congress have obligated American taxpayers to nearly nine trillion dollars of debt.
Apart from the clear failure to understand what the word 'leader' actually means, this is almost always only an excuse for inaction, which lets the financial sector off the hook while public services are slashed, the poor get poorer and the world heats up.