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"ELICIT" and "ILLICIT"
"Elicit" means to draw out or provoke a response. "Illicit" means illegal or forbidden. Ex.: The teacher's question elicited a lively discussion. The police uncovered an illicit gambling operation.
"LED" and "LEAD"
"Led" is the past tense of the verb "to lead." "Lead" can be a verb meaning to guide or a noun referring to a type of metal. Ex.: She led the team to victory. He will lead the project. The pipes are made of lead.