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What is another word for lease?

299 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[l_ˈiː_s], [lˈiːs], [lˈiːs]
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Synonyms for Lease:

loan (noun) hire (verb) lend (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Lease:

  • leasat,
  • pleaese,
  • losse,
  • leass,
  • leahs,
  • lasar,
  • peease,
  • lleast,
  • lesen,
  • leade,
  • blease,
  • pelease,
  • flase,
  • pleace,
  • pleasae,
  • lesee,
  • leaise,
  • plese,
  • legaize,
  • bease,
  • eeasier,
  • laset,
  • ealse,
  • leake,
  • easear,
  • lesss,
  • lesely,
  • loase,
  • olease,
  • sease,
  • reease,
  • leagie,
  • clease,
  • lmae,
  • leasse,
  • liasie,
  • plesaer,
  • fleese,
  • least3,
  • releace,
  • beuase,
  • plaease,
  • leaque,
  • leusemia,
  • lkae,
  • realease,
  • leasyt,
  • lesie,
  • clese,
  • blesse,
  • laspe,
  • liose,
  • pleasee,
  • chelasea,
  • ceease,
  • leisue,
  • leadge,
  • plesse,
  • pleass,
  • pleauser,
  • leasor,
  • plaese,
  • lecel,
  • lense,
  • lezlie,
  • dease,
  • pleasce,
  • leasr,
  • lence,
  • pleause,
  • leauge,
  • leasy,
  • pleasse,
  • relesae,
  • ploease,
  • pleasuer,
  • likewsie,
  • pleasew,
  • lesney,
  • lesure,
  • laisser,
  • lafose,
  • lasse,
  • pleaze,
  • ceaser,
  • leafe,
  • loese,
  • plesea,
  • lless,
  • lessly,
  • lusac,
  • fleace,
  • luise,
  • ceace,
  • pllease,
  • liase,
  • lessa,
  • leasve,
  • leages,
  • leask,
  • elese,
  • leasd,
  • leason,
  • leiason,
  • leaher,
  • leasth,
  • leage,
  • pleasea,
  • neace,
  • lettace,
  • leals,
  • cloase,
  • luose,
  • liense,
  • pelase,
  • realse,
  • relase,
  • laste,
  • lexie,
  • pleasue,
  • leace,
  • leane,
  • lesso,
  • easey,
  • easee,
  • loise,
  • rease,
  • plesae,
  • lelsie,
  • lasley,
  • leazy,
  • leiser,
  • pleaase,
  • caese,
  • coalease,
  • laise,
  • fearse,
  • layshe,
  • releaze,
  • pleaseeee,
  • piease,
  • pplease,
  • lasser,
  • please4,
  • leesee,
  • eaise,
  • leashe,
  • leagecy,
  • neasuea,
  • pleasa,
  • plessey,
  • leisur,
  • leucemia,
  • luers,
  • lasik,
  • alese,
  • learer,
  • leeses,
  • pleaseur,
  • pleaes,
  • chealse,
  • lesbo,
  • sleasy,
  • liese,
  • leawe,
  • jeluse,
  • leaste,
  • leeast,
  • lieason,
  • lewss,
  • pleease,
  • cesaer,
  • pleawse,
  • laess,
  • levasseur,
  • leuage,
  • leasee,
  • leaase,
  • mease,
  • leavce,
  • lasic,
  • lears,
  • leset,
  • losey,
  • leasuerly,
  • leasiure,
  • lausy,
  • leate,
  • reasse,
  • leaques,
  • releease,
  • leasure,
  • legaue,
  • lessar,
  • leasst,
  • gleass,
  • leance,
  • leess,
  • neasea,
  • learsn,
  • leaces,
  • deasea,
  • leatuce,
  • deiase,
  • laisse,
  • relaease,
  • leacy,
  • reliase,
  • leaisure,
  • polease,
  • flease,
  • gease,
  • leaset,
  • plaase,
  • laiser,
  • llysf,
  • willease,
  • leasen,
  • lowsey,
  • legacey,
  • rlease,
  • luser,
  • easeir,
  • liease,
  • leageu,
  • feaser,
  • nease,
  • leesor,
  • leesen,
  • eaase,
  • leaisurly,
  • lazie,
  • leastt,
  • lrease,
  • leafes,
  • deaise,
  • lieas,
  • oeace,
  • legasy,
  • beasue,
  • alase,
  • lewsi,
  • slease,
  • sleas,
  • lcear,
  • lesse,
  • reliease,
  • ple4ase,
  • legace,
  • sesae,
  • poease,
  • leas,
  • leaes,
  • leaers,
  • leahue,
  • leasty,
  • leiasure,
  • legas,
  • leisuer,
  • lase,
  • lasor,
  • losee,
  • jelause,
  • releaase,
  • leaast,
  • leaer,
  • cleose,
  • leaue,
  • 0please,
  • releaize,
  • leabe,
  • leese,
  • lenese,
  • liais,
  • siease,
  • lpease,
  • leisa,
  • liensce,
  • leae,
  • leasese,
  • bleass,
  • jealuse,
  • ler's,
  • leser,
  • yearse,
  • llose,
  • leaseon,
  • cleaser,
  • easse,
  • leasurly,
  • llies,
  • lettuse,
  • elase,
  • letace,
  • lecacy,
  • lessure,
  • leasder,
  • leasuire,
  • lu'aus,
  • leaaque,
  • ple0se,
  • pleas3e,
  • lessed,
  • licease,
  • llase,
  • liaise,
  • easer,
  • ieasy,
  • lssue,
  • leartes,
  • leage's,
  • leease,
  • leasin,
  • lehieh,
  • leies,
  • letece,
  • leue,
  • pease,
  • pleas,
  • uese.

Rhymes for Lease:

  1. grease, fleece, feasts, geese, crease, suisse, priests, piece, nice, peace, cease, greece, niece;
  2. increase, decrease, caprice, cerise, apiece, release, matisse, tunis, decease, devries, obese, police;
  3. vietnamese;

Quotes for Lease:

  1. A good portion of the airport is on ceded lands, and lease money was paid for that. So the state's collecting lease money because all of a sudden "worthless" land now has an airport on it. Neil Abercrombie.
  2. We are only tenants, and shortly the great Landlord will give us notice that our lease has expired. Joseph Jefferson.
  3. These are estimates that are done by the experts as to how much they expect we could get from the first lease sale that would take place in ANWR, and the estimate is about $2. 5 billion. Gale Norton.

Idioms of Lease:

  1. lease sth back;
  2. lease sth from sm;
  3. a new lease on life;

Adjectives for Lease:

  • yearly rent-free,
  • month-to-month open-end,
  • old and valid,
  • month-to-month,
  • vital new,
  • eight-week,
  • jolly long,
  • pricier,
  • adsonal,
  • long and miserable,
  • rent-free,
  • six-year,
  • transferable,
  • open-ended,
  • far-sighted,
  • longish,
  • residential,
  • nal,
  • indulgent,
  • upcoming,
  • perennial,
  • lumbering,
  • auxiliary,
  • uneasy,
  • deal,
  • everlasting,
  • secondary,
  • incredible,
  • fourth,
  • fat,
  • private,
  • possible,
  • due,
  • special,
  • deep,
  • heavy,
  • various,
  • old,
  • expensive long-term,
  • legitimate two-day,
  • seasonal or long-term,
  • beneficial and inviolable,
  • capricious uncertain,
  • apparent perpetual,
  • short-term renewable,
  • similar but separate,
  • forlorn new,
  • new, brief,
  • new bitter,
  • verdant new,
  • short and crooked,
  • short, uncertain,
  • exceedingly profitable,
  • slightest mental,
  • extraordinarily valuable,
  • open-end,
  • own precarious,
  • comparatively brief,
  • comparatively long,
  • longterm,
  • apparently interminable,
  • hand-written,
  • fairly long,
  • one-day,
  • comparatively short,
  • three-hour,
  • rather important,
  • more obscure,
  • sonal,
  • new and better,
  • two-day,
  • such new,
  • managerial,
  • great new,
  • unbreakable,
  • conditional,
  • equitable,
  • timorous,
  • seasonal,
  • life-long,
  • twofold,
  • clandestine,
  • precarious,
  • brighter,
  • idiotic,
  • lengthy,
  • fleeting,
  • transient,
  • favorable,
  • unlimited,
  • interminable,
  • fortunate,
  • troublesome,
  • consequent,
  • crooked,
  • immortal,
  • blank,
  • limited,
  • customary,
  • dutch,
  • specific,
  • net,
  • obscure,
  • unexpected,
  • antique,
  • sufficient,
  • eternal,
  • bitter,
  • slender,
  • irish,
  • unfortunate,
  • additional,
  • average,
  • considerable,
  • stupid,
  • separate,
  • individual,
  • gentle,
  • recent,
  • peculiar,
  • sudden,
  • entire,
  • single,
  • mere,
  • fine,
  • whole,
  • poor,
  • tolerable easy,
  • indefinitely long,
  • seven-year,
  • three-month,
  • twenty-year,
  • governmental,
  • lucky,
  • preliminary,
  • stronger,
  • reasonable,
  • prime,
  • legal,
  • commercial,
  • previous,
  • miserable,
  • similar,
  • bad,
  • different,
  • simple, short-term,
  • nine-year,
  • renewable,
  • negotiable,
  • unusually long,
  • tripartite,
  • dog-eared,
  • overdue,
  • eventual,
  • papal,
  • probable,
  • fairy,
  • definite,
  • absolute,
  • rough,
  • german,
  • particular,
  • important,
  • new,
  • best,
  • four-year,
  • hereditary,
  • annual,
  • superior,
  • valuable,
  • endless,
  • current,
  • sure,
  • fair,
  • common,
  • oral,
  • nominal,
  • profitable,
  • uncertain,
  • easy,
  • wretched,
  • free,
  • simple,
  • certain,
  • six-month,
  • whole new,
  • cheap,
  • narrow,
  • one-year,
  • long-time,
  • long, long,
  • shorter,
  • aforesaid,
  • principal,
  • former,
  • thirty-year,
  • beneficial,
  • agricultural,
  • proper,
  • federal coal,
  • valid,
  • longest,
  • mortal,
  • mental,
  • actual,
  • shortest,
  • indefinite,
  • exclusive,
  • regular,
  • advantageous,
  • terminal,
  • joint,
  • extra,
  • ordinary,
  • pastoral,
  • minimum,
  • coal,
  • three-year,
  • fifty-year,
  • formal,
  • next,
  • durable,
  • permanent,
  • ten-year,
  • military,
  • short-term,
  • brief,
  • two-year,
  • further,
  • present,
  • five-year,
  • temporary,
  • verbal,
  • original,
  • long-term,
  • perpetual,
  • fresh,
  • short,
  • long.
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