Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Lade"

The meaning of "Lade" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does lade mean?
A: No clue. I think you have the wrong word...
Q: What does little lade mean?
A: Do you mean little lady? It's a jovial way of addressing a female, either a child or a woman. If you say it to an adult woman though, you are likely to upset her. It sounds patronising and sexist.

Example sentences using "Lade"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "to lade" (laded, laden), "to leap" (leapt, leapt), "to cast" (cast, cast).

‘Lade’ is not a word we use very often. Typically we’d use the word ‘dip’.

The pastor briefly dipped the child’s head in the water during the baptism.

The only time I can think of when we’d use ‘ladle’ is to refer to a large spoon that we use for soup, gravy, etc.

Leap - The deer leapt over the high fence when it heard noises.
The robber leapt over several obstacles to escape from the police.
A popular game that children like to play is ‘leap frog.’

Cast - Several meanings

The witch cast a spell on her enemy.
The fisherman cast his line into the water (threw his fishing line).
The sun cast a light into the window.
The famous actor was cast in the new movie (was given a role).

These are probably the most common meanings but if you look in a dictionary or thesaurus, you will find there are many, many more (many of which are rather old-fashioned). If you have any questions, please let me know.

Synonyms of "Lade" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lade and load ?
A: I don't know what "lade" is.

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