English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'let someone out'

(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to allow to leave
They intend never to let her out of prison.
Synonyms
release
He was released from custody the next day.
,
free
They are going to free more prisoners.
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discharge
You are being discharged on medical grounds.
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liberate
How committed is the leadership to liberating its people from poverty?
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let go
,
set free
See let

Additional synonyms

in the sense of discharge
Definition
to release or allow to go
You are being discharged on medical grounds.
Synonyms
let go,
allow to go,
set free,
in the sense of free
Definition
to release or liberate
They are going to free more prisoners.
Synonyms
let out,
set free,
let go,
unchain,
turn loose,
uncage,
set at liberty,
unfetter,
disenthrall,
unbridle,
in the sense of liberate
Definition
to release (a country) from enemy occupation
How committed is the leadership to liberating its people from poverty?
Synonyms
let out,
set free,
let loose,
unchain,

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