Pronunciation of Leal
/l_ˈiː_l/, /lˈiːl/, /lˈiːl/
Antonyms for leal:
Usage examples for leal:
- I crossed the sea And live in dear Canadian clime, The Land of Liberty I am not now a leal Scotchman, Though born 'midst Scotia's hills, And recollections of her scenes My bosom ever thrills, For I have sailed o'er ocean vast, And to this land have come, Where Freedom waves her banner o'er My new, adopted home. - "The Emigrant Mechanic and Other Tales In Verse Together With Numerous Songs Upon Canadian Subjects", Thomas Cowherd.
- David, being called, explained that he was a leal lad called Geordie, whom he had seen in Edinburgh, and who wished to join them, go to France, and see the world under Sir Patrick's guidance, and that he would be at his own charges. - "Two Penniless Princesses", Charlotte M. Yonge.
Rhymes for leal:
- mele, peale, steele, heel, diel, heal, riel, kiel, zele, deal, squeal, reel, seal, weil, neal, seel, neall, real, beil, meal, neile, he'll, neale, beall, teale, wheel, steal, veal, beale, deale, shiel, steel, teel, niel, ciel, skeel, keel, eel, peele, scheele, creel, zeal, neil, she'll, feel, cele, teal, neel, we'll, smeal, beal, peel, deel, teall, kneel, peal, neill, spiel, gilles;
- mcneill, genteel, lucile, nevil, reseal, abele, camille, mcneil, macneill, congeal, ferrill, emil, mcneal, lucille, cecile, shaquille, macneal, oneal, verrill, ideal, brasil, surreal, appeal, morrill, savill, ordeal, conceal, adriel, anneal, corneal, o'neal, unseal, o'neill, repeal, emile, reveal, unreal, puerile;
- averill, villarreal;