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lessee one who holds or occupies property by lease.
lessen to become or make smaller in degree, amount, or size.
lesser comparative of "less." [3 definitions]
lesser-known less well-known.
lesser panda a small reddish brown carnivore related to the raccoon that has a long, bushy, ringed tail and that is native to the Himalayas.
lesson a period of instruction in which particular things are taught, or a particular thing or set of things that are to be learned or studied. [6 definitions]
lessor one who lets property to another by lease.
less than in mathematics, being a quantity larger than the quantity that follows.
less than or equal to in mathematics, being a quantity equal to or smaller than the quantity that follows.
less than or equal to sign in mathematics, a symbol (≤) indicting that the value before the sign is equal to or smaller than the value after the sign.
less than sign in mathematics, a symbol (<) indicting that the value before the sign is smaller than the value after the sign.
lest against a possibility that. [2 definitions]
-let small or lesser.
let to allow; permit. [8 definitions]
let bygones be bygones to forgive and forget former quarrels.
letdown a disappointment. [3 definitions]
let down to fail to satisfy; disappoint. [3 definitions]
let go to stop holding; set free. [2 definitions]
lethal intended to cause or capable of causing death or extreme harm; deadly.
lethargic feeling lethargy; without energy. [2 definitions]
lethargize to make lethargic; bring into a state of lethargy.