Homophones for lead, led

lead / led [lɛd]

lead – n. & v. – n. – 1. the heaviest of base metal, a soft, gray malleable metal; 2. a small column of graphite used in pencils; v. – 1. make something out of this metal (pb) or use it as an ingredient such as in glass; 2. make heavy, load, weigh down
Do Not Confuse With lead [li:d] – n. & v. – n. – 1. the action of giving guidance or direction; 2. the summary or outline of a story especially in journalism; 3. the front or governing position; 4. a channel in an ice field; 5. a leash for guiding an animal; v. – 1. conduct; 2. carry, convey; 3. bring forward, adduce; 4. accompany, guide, direct, govern

led – v. simple past of lead – 1. conducted; 2. guided, directed; 3. governed