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Definition of "lete" [lete]

  • To let; to leave. (verb-transitive)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "lete" in a sentence
  • "She had her 15 mnutes of fame lete her just fade off. .it the media would ignor her she would go away"
  • "Cal­l­ed Colonel Light Gard­ens, this Adelaide suburb was an excellent example of early C20th town plan­n­ing, probably the most comp­lete example of a garden suburb in Australia."
  • "The 19 men and19 women volunteers had to determine whether pairs of nonsense words (lete and jete, loke and jote), when flashed on a screen, rhymed."