Washington is riveting as a woman with smarts, guts, and a weakness for her former boss, the leader of the free world.
He is the fourth leader of the group; his three predecessors died in office.
When you see your leader like that, you follow, you believe.
At the same time, they move him closer to understanding his worth as a hero and his strength as a leader.
The American people would certainly like their leader to be respected by his peers around the world.
It is the first formal recognition that he, as leader, has ever given me.
Not until he had secured such information did the leader move.
If attacked in force Ferguson was to retreat and rejoin his leader.
The leader had gone with Joe Clune straight for the front car.
He was the first man to enter the room and was manifestly the leader of the party.
Old English lædere "one who leads," agent noun from lædan (see lead (v.)). As a title for the head of an authoritarian state, from 1918 (translating führer, Duce, caudillo, etc.). Meaning "writing or statement meant to begin a discussion or debate" is late 13c.; in modern use often short for leading article (1807) "opinion piece in a British newspaper" (leader in this sense attested from 1837).