To let in

Definition of To let in

To permit or suffer to enter; to admit.
To insert, or imbed, as a piece of wood, in a recess formed in a surface for the purpose.

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To lead the way
To leak out
to learn by heart
To learn by rote
To leave alone
To leave no stone unturned
To leave off
To leave one in the lurch
To leave one out in the cold
To leave one to himself
To leave out
To leave to one's self
To lend a hand
To lend one's ears
To let alone
To let be
To let blood
To let down
To let drive
To let fly
-To let in-
To let loose
To let off
To let on
To let out
To let run
To let slide
To let slip
To let the cat out of the bag
To let up
To levy a fine
To levy blackmail
To levy on goods and chattels
To levy war
To lick into shape
To lick the dust
To lick the spittle of
To lick up
To lie along the shore
To lie at the door of
To lie at the heart
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