Definition of 'lead on'
Example sentences containing 'lead on'
Sometimes - quite often, really - I thought about Eric, and that would lead on to thinking about Thea.TIME OF THE WOLF
As he stepped into his car, he promised to get in touch with Nancy as soon as he had a lead on her stolen convertible.THE WITCH TREE SYMBOL MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)
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