from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To let; to leave.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as lait, let, and lethe.


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  • She had her 15 mnutes of fame lete her just fade off. .it the media would ignor her she would go away

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  • Cal­l­ed Colonel Light Gard­ens, this Adelaide suburb was an excellent example of early C20th town plan­n­ing, probably the most comp­lete example of a garden suburb in Australia.

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  • The 19 men and19 women volunteers had to determine whether pairs of nonsense words (lete and jete, loke and jote), when flashed on a screen, rhymed.

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  • January 10, 2008 at 4:39 am ai signed up just to go an see – ai will see if ai can get bak there so bai an bai and lete yoo know.

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  • Du kommer ikke særlig langt ved å fortelle hva du vet, du må lete etter det den andre trenger å vite - du må åpne deg for den andre og se og lære.

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  • But his sustre fulfilled not his wille: for als sone as he was ded, sche delyvered alle the lordes out of presoun, and lete hem gon, eche lord to his owne; and tolde hem alle the purpos of hire brothers ordynance: and so was this cursed kyng never made sorwe for, as he supposed for to have ben.

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  • And alle aboute theise dyches and vyneres, is the grete gardyn, fulle of wylde bestes; so that, whan the gret Cane wil have ony desport on that, to taken ony of tho wylde bestes or of the foules, he wil lete chace hem and taken hem at the wyndowes, with outen goynge out of his chambre.

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  • And whan the Pissemyres sen tho vesselles, thei lepen in anon, and thei han this kynde, that thei lete no thing ben empty among hem, but anon thei fillen it, be it what maner of thing that it be: and so thei fillen tho vesselles with gold.

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  • And he had also in that gardyn, many faire welles; and beside tho welles, he had lete make faire halles and faire chambres, depeynted alle with gold and azure.

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  • Firefox Inline Autocomplete on December 20, 2004 at 9:38 am lete for Firefox.

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  • To let; to leave.

    September 3, 2008