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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 of let on dissemble, dissimulate, pretend, make outWords Related to let on 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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