let in

  1. allow to enter; grant entry to
    This pipe admits air
    We cannot admit non-members into our club building
  2. allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of
    admit someone to the profession
    She was admitted to the New Jersey Bar
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How To Use let in In A Sentence

  • She even formed an American touring troupe with the distinguished George Washington Smith, America's first, and aptly named, premier danseur, who taught ballet in Philadelphia until his death in 1899.
  • Taking a dig at the BWSSB, a corporator noted perhaps a cess should be levied on BWSSB every time sewage is let into storm water drains maintained by the BMP.
  • Not far short of the Oregon border, I stopped for a beer at a tiny townlet in a wilderness of sage that had a post office, a tavern and not much else.
  • Would you enjoy being a quintuplet in the early 20th century when, as a reproductive anomaly, the simple fact of your existence made your family a freak show.
  • They let in all sorts of riff-raff here, don't they?
  • Ask the average squash player about the state of hardball singles in the US, and he will say that is probably just a few septuagenarians swatting a red pellet in the basement of some long forgotten club.
  • Also Randy Alcorn, a well-known pro-life apologist and Protestant pastor, published a booklet in 1998 in which he gave the reasons for why the pill is an abortifacient and he has actually counselled couples in his ministry against using the pill for that reason. ProWomanProLife » A remarkably honest abortionist
  • The economy suffers, as my sisters and brothers fear going to work lest they find a bullet in their mailbox.
  • NOW -- the toilet in the master bath is a full-sized model and it looks like the old thingie there is the same as the new thingie I just bought. Into the depths! (:snicker!: She wrote "ballcock!")
  • If they pack you off to Brighton, they want you to put a bullet in him.
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