Past tense of the verb “Lead”
He led a simple life.
He led a life of luxury.
The path led up a steep hill.
We have led a miserable life.
He led them away from a marsh.
She was led away in handcuffs.
She led the old man into the room.
She led the children into the zoo.
His failure led to his resignation.
They led a happy life on their farm.
She led the horse back into the stable.
A nurse took her arm and led her to a chair.
She led the old woman to the church by the hand.
Since his wife’s death, he has led a befuddled life.
The attractions of the big city soon led him astray.
This information led to the capture of the murderer.
The recent economic crisis has led to massive layoffs.
His attack on the manager led to his instant dismissal.
A supermarket price war has led to lower profit margins.
The stress led to a gradual deterioration in her health.
He led the child into the warmth and safety of the house.
I see him being led handcuffed into a concentration camp.
She doubtfully led him the way to the hallroom – nursery.
Social and political problems led to the outbreak of war.
The border incident led to war between the two countries.
The festival will open with a procession led by the mayor.
The idea eventually led to the invention of the telephone.
They led the fight against school prayer, year after year.
The prisoners of war were led in to the concentration camp.
The war has led to the collapse of agriculture in the area.
British colonialism led to the establishment of a large empire.
His treachery led to the capture and imprisonment of his friend.
This action led to the surrender of Nazi Germany in World War II.
A series of corruption scandals led to the fall of the government.