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abduct to carry off or lead away by force; kidnap.
bluff2 to lead other people to believe that the cards in one's hand are better or worse than they really are. Bluffing is a strategy used in the game of poker. [1/3 definitions]
bring to take, lead, or carry toward the speaker speaking, or from one place to another. [1/3 definitions]
bronchial tube one of the tubes that lead into the lungs from the windpipe.
captain to lead as captain. [1/6 definitions]
clergy the group of people who have the authority to lead religious services, such as ministers, priests, and rabbis.
command to lead and control. [1/7 definitions]
conduct to lead or guide. [1/5 definitions]
decoy something used to attract animals or people into danger. Wooden decoys in the shape of birds or animals are often used by hunters to lead animals into a trap. [1/2 definitions]
direct to give instructions that lead or guide. [1/8 definitions]
edge lead; advantage. [1/6 definitions]
element any of the 118 substances that cannot be separated into simpler substances by using chemistry. Lead, gold, and oxygen are examples of elements. [1/4 definitions]
follow in the footsteps of to have the same job or lead the same kind of life as someone else.
govern to rule or lead. [1/2 definitions]
guide to direct or lead along a way that is not familiar. [1/5 definitions]
head to be the director or head of; lead. [2/10 definitions]
herd to drive or lead a herd of. [1/4 definitions]
hermit a person who lives alone and away from others. Often a person becomes a hermit in order to lead a religious life.
lead2 a heavy, soft gray metal that is one of the chemical elements. Because it is very heavy and dense, lead is useful for making things such as weights, shot, and shields that protect against radiation. (symbol: Pb) [1/2 definitions]
led past tense and past participle of lead1.
officer a person who has the power to command and lead others in the armed forces. [1/3 definitions]