lead, conduct, draw
artificial channel for conducting water over a distance
tending to lead to; contributive; helpful
lead; guide; escort
1. taking away; subtraction - 2. reasoning from the general to the particular
tube or channel for conducting a liquid, air, etc.
1. able to be drawn out or hammered thin - 2. easily led; docile
lead on; move by persuasion
admit as a member; initiate
1. ceremony by which one is made a member; initiation - 2. reasoning from the particular to the general
enticement; leading astray into wrongdoing
(literally, "lead along" as a spectacle to bring into disgrace); malign; slander; vilify; calumniate
bridge for conducting a road or railroad over a valley, river, etc.