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At the hospital they said his nerves were iron; there was no let-down after the day's work.

All day long he had been under a sharp strain, now he was experiencing the let-down.

The only prudent thing for this rapid was a let-down and we went at it at once.

The man in ermine reeled as if from some let-down of extreme tension.

But it was a bit of a let-down after getting all warmed up, you know.

The let-down from the toil and excitement of the past months still held me.

But what I object to most is the 'let-down' at the tag-end of each of these yarns.

Well, Mr. Coburn, you'll find it's going to be a let-down instead!

There would be no let-down in their vigilance until they reached haven.

"One always has a 'let-down' after a hard job," was Pat's sage rejoinder.

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