Definition of 'let off'
Example sentences containing 'let off'
He couldn't, and we both knew it, but he needed to let off steam, and I needed a pillow and mattress.MURDER IN E MINOR
He had the look of someone who was imploring to be let off some task that was too much for him, too difficult, too painful.THY BROTHER DEATH
Firing dead ahead over Onyschuk's twitching, clawing hands, I let off a round at the sloping rock on the water's edge.FOOLS GOLD
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