Let-out meaning

lĕt'out'
A means of evasion or avoidance.
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The students were let out of school early.

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To allow to operate at higher speed by adjusting controls.

He let out the reins when they were a mile from the barn.

The engineer let out the throttle after the train crossed the bridge.

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(of clothing) To enlarge by adjusting one or more seams.

After the holidays he had to have his suits let out.

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(informal) Of sound, to emit.

The dog let out a yelp.

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He accidentally let out the location for the meeting.

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