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let on

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of let on

  1. to take on a false or deceptive appearance <she's not half as innocent as she likes to let on> Synonyms dissemble, dissimulate, pretend, make outRelated Words act, impersonate, masquerade, play, playact, pose; affect, assume, counterfeit, fake, feign, profess, put on, sham, simulate; camouflage, conceal, disguise, mask; bluff, feint




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