Definition of "lette" []

  • To let; to hinder. See let, to hinder. (verb-transitive)

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

Use "lette" in a sentence
  • "The lette is the latest salvo in a high-profile campaign to persuade the Obama administration not to approve the $7-billion pipeline project, which will deliver up to 700,000 barrels per day of oil sands bitumen to the world's largest refining hub."
  • "There were some un-happy mutterings and a few threatening looks in Co'lette's direction."
  • "[62] By comparing Mr. Cattcott's copy with the original, it appeared that Mr.C. had very generally altered the orthography so as to give the appearance of greater antiquity, as 'lette' or 'let,' and 'onne' for 'on,' &c."