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Definition of let on:

  1. To lay bare; to lay open to attack, danger, or anything objectionable; to render accessible to anything which may affect, especially detrimentally; to make liable; as, to expose one's self to the heat of the sun, or to cold, insult, danger, or ridicule; to expose an army to destruction or defeat.

Synonyms:

endanger, set off, fall upon, get wind, attain, tell on, see, introduce, erupt, let loose, part, bring on, pause, chance upon, find, cave in, distinguish, strike, bust, crack, go against, fracture, snitch, bring out, split up, die, disclose, intermit, stop, exhibit, uncover, discover, key, ruin, bankrupt, discontinue, pick up, fall apart, find out, display, fall in, come across, describe, stag, admit, give way, give, come apart, let out, learn, produce, interrupt, unveil, emit, infract, break down, widen, give out, notice, develop, get a line, snap off, soften, dissemble, concede, unwrap, get out, conk out, divulge, shit, rat, breach, light upon, suggest, undo, wear out, utter, profess, shop, burst, go, break out, name, go bad, break, relegate, denounce, put out, chance on, weaken, key out, indicate, better, split, allow, come clean, wear, fail, confess, demote, detect, give away, separate, publish, grant, debunk, get word, acknowledge, happen upon, hint, dampen, grass, collapse, offend, founder, peril, smash, betray, bump, damp, come upon, release, break off, scupper, hear, break in, impart, break dance, own, reveal, check, kick downstairs, make out, observe, expose, dissimulate, issue, recrudesce, break up, violate, identify, get around, transgress, break away.