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let aloneOr even.Rate it:

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let bygones be bygonesTo ignore or disregard a past offense (when dealing with another individual).Rate it:

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let downTo disappoint; to betray or fail somebody.Rate it:

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let downlowerRate it:

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let flyTo kick or hit a projectile with great force.Rate it:

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let get pastSynonym of let pastRate it:

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let goreleaseRate it:

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let go an anchor to the windward of the lawTo keep within the letter of the law.Rate it:

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let he who is without sin cast the first stoneAlternative form of let him who is without sin cast the first stoneRate it:

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let her hair downRelax and enjoyRate it:

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let him that is without sin cast the first stoneAlternative form of let him who is without sin cast the first stoneRate it:

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let him who is without sin cast the first stoneOnly those who are faultless have the right to pass judgment upon others.Rate it:

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let inallow to enterRate it:

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let it all hang out!An expression of caring less. Withdrawing usual restraints relative to self control.Rate it:

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let it all hang-out!Withhold nothing, spit out all of the unsavory details!Rate it:

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let it beTo leave something to follow its natural course.Rate it:

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let looseset freeRate it:

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let me seeUsed as a filled pause to indicating thinking or pondering, not inviting hearer to participate.Rate it:

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let nature take its courseTo permit events to proceed or a situation to develop without intervention or interference.Rate it:

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let offTo cause to explode.Rate it:

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let offTo forgive and not punish.Rate it:

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let onTo reveal, disclose, or divulge.Rate it:

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let one goTo fart.Rate it:

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let one's hair downTo relax and enjoy oneself.Rate it:

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let oneself goto cease to care about one's appearanceRate it:

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let oneself goto relax and enjoy oneself without restraint.Rate it:

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let outTo release.Rate it:

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let outTo allow to operate at higher speed by adjusting controls.Rate it:

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let outTo enlarge by adjusting one or more seams.Rate it:

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let outOf sound, to emit.Rate it:

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let outTo disclose.Rate it:

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let pastTo allow someone to pass one.Rate it:

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let ripTo get angry.Rate it:

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let sleeping dogs lieTo leave things as they are; especially, to avoid restarting or rekindling an old argument; to leave disagreements in the past.Rate it:

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let slideTo let go, allow, release, pass over without action.Rate it:

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let slideTo tolerate a violation of a norm from.Rate it:

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let slideTo allow the condition of something to deteriorate due to negligence or apathy.Rate it:

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let slipallow to escapeRate it:

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let slipTo divulge a secret, as by accident or mistake.Rate it:

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let somebody downTo fail somebody; to disappoint or to fail to uphold a commitment.Rate it:

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let somebody in onTo disclose; to tell somebody a secret or share privileged information.Rate it:

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let someone down gentlyTo reject or refuse someone in a way that avoids causing hurt or disappointment.Rate it:

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let someone goTo dismiss someone from an employment position or a relationship.Rate it:

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let someone have itTo attack someone with great force.Rate it:

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let someone have itTo verbally assail someone.Rate it:

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let someone in onTo disclose information to someone; to tell somebody a secret or share privileged information.Rate it:

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let something slipTo accidentally reveal a secret.Rate it:

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let the cat out of the bagA figure of speech relative to someone revealing an important event or secret to the world thereby spoiling the entire thrust of a surprise.Rate it:

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let the cat out of the bagTo disclose a secret; to let a secret be known, often inadvertently.Rate it:

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let the chips fall where they mayTo allow events to unfold naturally; to accept what occurs without prejudice, worry, or regret.Rate it:

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