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shed2 to cast off, take off, or let fall (a covering or growth). [3/7 definitions]
slobber to let liquid, esp. saliva, dribble from the mouth; drool. [1/5 definitions]
slump to let one's body droop or sag; slouch. [1/6 definitions]
sublet to let (work) to a subcontractor; subcontract. [1/3 definitions]
sun porch a porch with large windows designed to let in large amounts of sunlight.
sunroof a sliding panel in the roof of an automobile that may be opened to let in light and air.
tailgate a hinged panel or board at the rear of a truck, station wagon, or wagon that can be let down for loading or unloading. [1/2 definitions]
thanks to let thanks be given to. [1/2 definitions]
train station a place where train tickets are sold and where passengers and goods are let on or off trains.
turn to send out, let go, or drive away. [1/32 definitions]
unfetter to let loose; liberate; free. [1/2 definitions]
unhand to let go one's hold of; take one's hand or hands from.
weep to let fall liquid in drops; ooze. [2/7 definitions]