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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 alone much less (used to add to one's statement an element that is highly unlikely given the fact just stated).
let bygones be bygones to forgive and forget former quarrels.
letdown a disappointment. [3 definitions]
let down to fail to satisfy; disappoint. [5 definitions]
let go to stop holding or holding back (something); set free. [3 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.
lethargy a state of having very low energy with drowsiness and apathy; lassitude.
Lethe in Greek and Roman mythology, the river in Hades whose water causes loss of memory in those who drink it. [2 definitions]
let in to allow (someone or something) entry. [3 definitions]
let off to release (someone), as from punishment; excuse. [3 definitions]
let off steam (informal) to express pent-up anger or frustration in speech or action.
let on to reveal or hint at.
let (oneself) in for to allow the possibility for something to enter one's life; to commit oneself to some possibility.
let one's hair down to become more relaxed and less inhibited.
let out to allow (something secret) to be known. [3 definitions]