"let alone" Definition

  1. an expression which signifies “much less” as used in comparative statement or argument. “I cannot afford five shillings, LET ALONE five pounds.” Barham, in one of the Ingoldsby Legends, says:— “I have not had, this livelong day, one drop to cheer my heart, Nor brown to buy a bit of bread with—LET ALONE a tart.”

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Position in the dictionary: 1986 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: let drive, let in, let on, let the cat out, letty, levanter, levy, liberty, lick, lickspittle
Previous words in the dictionary: length, leg-of-mutton, leg-and-leg, leg of mutton fist, leg it, leg bail, leg, leer, led captain, leaving shop

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