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  • 101Let It Roll (Willard Grant Conspiracy album) — Infobox Album | Name = Let It Roll Type = Album Artist = Willard Grant Conspiracy Released = March 27, 2006 Recorded = Ljubljana, Slovenia Genre = Alt Country Label = Loose Music Producer = Robert Fisher Reviews = * Mojo Rating|4|5| Last album =… …

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  • 102Let 'Em Eat Cake (Arrested Development episode) — Infobox Arrested Development episode episode name = Let ’Em Eat Cake episode no = 1AJD21 airdate = June 6, 2004 writer = Mitchell Hurwitz Jim Vallely director = Paul Feig on the next = “The family grapples with the news they had just heard,… …

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  • 103Let the Hustlers Play — Infobox Album Name = Let the Hustlers Play Type = studio Artist = Steady B Released = September 13, 1988 Recorded = Genre = Length = Label = Jive/RCA Records 1122 J Producer = KRS One Chuck Nice Lawrence Goodman Steady B Reviews = Last album =… …

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  • 104let alone — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abstain, abstain from, added to, along with, as well as, aside from, attended by, avoid, bar, barring, be conservative, beside, besides, butt out, coupled with, cut, dispense with, do nothing, do without,… …

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  • 105let be — Synonyms and related words: abandon, assume, be afraid, be conservative, believe, butt out, conceive, conclude, consider, cut, daresay, deduce, deem, divine, do nothing, dream, expect, fancy, feel, gather, goldbrick, goof off, grant, hold aloof,… …

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  • 106let rip — phrasal 1. : to utter or release without restraint : let fly lets rip an off the cuff attack Julie Wilson the pitcher let it rip with the first pitch often used in the phrase let her rip 2. : to do or utter something without restraint …

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  • 107let up — Synonyms and related words: abate, ablate, arrest, backpedal, backwater, bate, be eaten away, brake, call a recess, check, clip the wings, consume, consume away, corrode, crumble, curb, decelerate, decline, decrease, delay, deliquesce, detain,… …

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  • 108loose — luːs v. free, let go, release; make loose; untie, unfasten; shoot (arrow, gun, etc.) adj. free; released; untied; disconnected; slack; weak; not tight; unrestrained; wanton; careless; imprecise; not defined adv. in a loose manner …

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  • 109let down — Synonyms and related words: abate, apostatize, arrest, backpedal, backwater, baffle, baffled, balk, balked, bamboozle, bate, bear down, beguile, betray, betrayed, bilk, bilked, blasted, blighted, bluff, bolt, brake, break away, bring low, cajole …

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  • 110let someone out — they let me out of the hospital on Monday Syn: release, liberate, (set) free, let go, discharge; set/turn loose, allow to leave …

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  • 111loose off — verb fire as from a gun The soldiers let drive their bullets • Syn: ↑let fly, ↑let drive • Hypernyms: ↑fire, ↑discharge • Verb Frames: Somebody s something …

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  • 112let someone out — RELEASE, liberate, (set) free, let go, discharge; set/turn loose, allow to leave. → let * * * release someone from obligation or suspicion they ve started looking for motives that lets me out …

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  • 113let one's hair down — verb To relax and enjoy oneself. Cut loose, let your hair down honey …

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  • 114let up — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. cease, release, slow down; see slow 1 , stop 2 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To grow or cause to grow gradually less: abate, decrease, diminish, drain, dwindle, ebb, lessen, peter (out), rebate, reduce, tail away… …

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  • 115let go — don t let go of the steering wheel Syn: release, release one s hold on, loose/loosen one s hold on, relinquish; archaic unhand …

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  • 116let someone out — Syn: release, liberate, (set) free, let go, discharge, set/turn loose …

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  • 117let go — Syn: release (one s hold on), loose one s hold on, relinquish …

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  • 118let something loose — …

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  • 120turn\ loose — • let loose • turn loose v 1a. or set loose or turn loose To set free; loosen or give up your hold on. The farmer opened the gate and let the bull loose in the pasture. They turned the balloon loose to let it rise in the air. 1b. or turn loose To …

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