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Spell check of leader

Correct spelling: leader

Synonyms:
forepart, helmsman, proprietor, nose, attraction, prima donna, mayor, point, nobility, director, personage, mother, master, hierarch, notable, president, pilot, nabob, superintendent, attractor, titleholder, loss leader, Lord, scout, manager, squire, bargain, headman, impresario, warden, penstock, someone, ruler, sovereign, champion, over, sire, shepherd, avant-garde, line, taskmaster, executor, kingpin, bow, dignitary, conductor, novelty, precede, vanguard, dean, foreman, forefront, champ, face, virtuoso, baton, lead, king, conduit, chieftain, words, drawing card, commandant, commodity, draw, jefe, commander, channel, bigwig, principal, governor, pacer, eminence, prize winner, big wheel, premier, boss man, introduction, landlord, tube, musician, administrator, superman, escort, head, baron, landlady, headmaster, number one, superior, overlord, pacesetter, front, ringleader, star, show, prodigy, boss, mandarin, winner, muckamuck, supervisor, queen, important, notability, general, trendsetter, trough, guru, special, magistrate, usher, abbot, duct, authority, big shot, guide, big-timer, anterior, VIP, heavyweight, executive, honcho, character, paragon, aristocracy, chief, maestro, pacemaker, senior, front-runner, attracter, victor, elite, somebody, captain, lion, proprietress, feature, overseer, administration, officer.

Antonyms:
imitator, secondary, follower, junior, underling, inferior, subject, subordinate, dependent.

Examples of usage:

1) Nasmyth was half- asleep when the cook and the leader of the gang came in. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) Laura remembered that the leader of the men had once said that he belonged to her. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) Then the men sat down, and it was a little while later when their leader and the girl quietly slipped away from them. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

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