"let on" Definition

  1. to give an intimation of having some knowledge of a subject. Ramsay employs the phrase in the _Gentle Shepherd_. Common in Scotland.

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Position in the dictionary: 1989 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: let the cat out, letty, levanter, levy, liberty, lick, lickspittle, lifer, lift, lig
Previous words in the dictionary: let in, let drive, let alone, length, leg-of-mutton, leg-and-leg, leg of mutton fist, leg it, leg bail, leg

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