English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'let something out'

(phrasal verb) 
He let out his breath in a long sigh.
Synonyms
release
a weapon that releases toxic nerve gas
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discharge
The resulting salty water will be discharged at sea.
(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to emit
When she saw him, she let out a cry of horror.
Synonyms
emit
Polly blinked and emitted a small cry.
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make
They now make cars at two plants in Europe.
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produce
The company produces circuitry for communications systems.
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give vent to
(phrasal verb) 
Definition
to reveal (a secret)
She let out that she had seen him the night before.
Synonyms
reveal
She has refused to reveal her daughter's whereabouts.
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tell
The facts tell a very different story.
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make known
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let slip
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leak
He revealed who had leaked a confidential police report.
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disclose
Neither side would disclose details of the transaction.
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betray
She studied his face, but it betrayed nothing.
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let fall
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take the wraps off
See let

Additional synonyms

in the sense of betray
Definition
to disclose (a secret or confidence) treacherously
She studied his face, but it betrayed nothing.
Synonyms
give away,
blurt out,
lay bare,
tell on,
let slip,
evince (formal)
in the sense of discharge
Definition
to cause to pour forth
The resulting salty water will be discharged at sea.
Synonyms
pour forth,
give off,
disembogue
in the sense of disclose
Definition
to make (information) known
Neither side would disclose details of the transaction.
Synonyms
make known,
make public,
out (informal),
let slip,
spill the beans about (informal),
cough (slang),
blow wide open (slang),
get off your chest (informal),
spill your guts about (slang)

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