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Leading the mourners were his widow and 14-year-old daughter.
She led us down the hill.
He led his men into battle.
After showing us the dining room, the estate agent led us into the kitchen.
Sheila turned and led the way downstairs.
She took the boy by the hand and led him from the room.
Dismounting, I led the horse by the reins back to the stable.
The road leads west for three miles then turns south.
We followed a dirt track leading through the woods.
The pipe leads from the water heater to the bathroom upstairs.
a narrow alleyway leading off the High Street
This door leads you to a large entrance hall.
The polls show Labour leading with only 10 days left until the election.
France was leading England at half time by 3 goals to 2.
Johnson led the field throughout the final day of the rally.
They lead the world in oil production.
Spain still leads the field as the top British holiday destination.
She led the software development team during the project.
I asked Ned to lead the discussion.
She kept trying to lead the conversation away from personal matters.
He said differences over foreign policy had led him to resign.
I had been led to believe that the job was mine if I wanted it.
He had always led a quiet life until he met Emma.
She led with the eight of spades.
We should not be led down a garden path into believing that there is some enormous groundswell of support.
I am sorry I rather led you up the garden path yesterday. My recollection was wrong.