Examples of letup in a Sentence
the downpour continued for hours without letup
Recent Examples of letup from the Web
The administration has said there would be no letup in the sanctions while the nuclear issue remains unresolved.
However, the president’s sanctions are working and there should be no letup between now and a possible May meeting.
All these panicked people combined to produce the Trump-Russia collusion narrative, which has obsessed Washington without letup for more than a year.
Kalmar’s emphasis on rhythmic bite within propulsive speeds allowed for no letup in dramatic intensity, and in fact the element of danger added an extra shot of adrenalin to a genuinely exciting performance.
Not a chance, for there is no letup in Thomas, not with his high-octane swing or his enthusiastic approach to the next challenge.
In the meantime, there has been no letup in the classroom or lab.
Collison's left knee has bothered him off and on all season, and there is not much letup in the NBA schedule.
While broadcast ratings continue to lag, there appears to be no letup in streaming for NFL games.
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Examples of let up in a Sentence
the rain let up just as we reached the house
the windmill slowed down as the wind let up
let up Synonyms
abate, de-escalate, decline, decrease, die (away or down or out), diminish, drain (away), drop (off), dwindle, ease, ebb, fall, fall away, lessen, lower, moderate, pall, phase down, ratchet (down) also rachet (down) , recede, relent, remit, shrink, subside, taper, taper off, wane;
LETUP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of letup for English Language Learners
: a time during which something stops or slows down
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