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let off

verb as in make not subject to punishment or action


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I was once trying a new pattern revolver, and made a very bad shot, although I knew I had let-off well.

Of the value of the accomplishment of reading, as a let-off to parents and guardians, it would be impossible to speak too highly.

They were now gathering their pence and having a let-off for their long pent-up gossip.

"That's a let-off anyhow," said Betty to herself, and she propped up a Stevenson against the tea-pot.

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On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to let-off, such as: clemency, discharge, absolution, acquittal, acquittance, and charge.

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