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Definition of let out:

  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:

burst, soften, shit, emancipate, break down, damp, put out, rent, give way, sign out, key, fall apart, violate, erupt, die, get word, pitch, chance upon, get wind, display, learn, express, describe, break off, develop, find, key out, fall in, unleash, finish with, snap off, get a line, pause, identify, stop, undo, go, hire out, infract, verbalize, notice, turn up, relegate, bring on, enfranchise, weaken, disclose, give, let loose, let someone go, loose, stag, get around, attain, wear, unwrap, distinguish, light upon, grass, check, embroider, wrap up, bring out, publish, talk, widen, betray, conk out, complete, break-dance, verbalise, pick up, cave in, endanger, set off, recrudesce, transgress, tap out, scupper, divulge, better, dampen, give off, come upon, part, produce, demote, breathe, founder, voice, get out, fracture, stitch, intermit, emit, mouth, smash, kick downstairs, expose, liberate, split up, alter, offend, come apart, debunk, bankrupt, denounce, hear, conclude, untie, utter, fall upon, hire, discover, go against, call it a day/night, observe, get through, collapse, come across, peril, broaden, impart, give tongue to, bump, speak, clear, deliver, pass off, snitch, tack, detect, see, pin up, separate, bust, break up, uncover, breach, let on, strike, release, introduce, crack, end, unveil, carry through, ruin, issue, exhibit, name, interrupt, lease, tell on, find out, shop, split, come to, discontinue, wear out, rat, go bad, give away, happen upon, sew, extend, chance on, break in, mend, give out, sound, let, break, break away, break out, reveal, fail, take in.

  • liberate (part of speech: verb)