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let be, let it alone Wint. V. iii. 61, Ant. IV. iv. 6; no matter Ham. V. ii. 238; let forth, allow to pass forth, give passage to MND. V. ii. 11 [i. 388], Lucr. 1029; let loose, (1) to unfold H5 IV. ii. 41 “their ragged curtains” (i.e. banners) “poorly are let loose”; (2) abandon Tp. II. ii. 37 “I do now let loose my opinion” ; (3) relax one's hold, let go MND. III. ii. 260 “Hang off . . . let loose” ; let out, lend at interest Tim. III. v. 109.
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