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1 Shoes are no good if they let in water.
2 Let's open the window to let in some fresh air.
3 She has a room to let in her house.
4 She opened the curtains to let in the light.
5 The interstices between the bricks let in cold air.
6 Many clients had been let in.
7 His misconduct let in a host of troubles.
8 She cracked the window to let in fresh air.
9 Windows let in light and air.
10 He knocked at the window to be let in.
11 Open the window and let in some fresh air.
12 The thin curtains let in the daylight.
13 Father open the window to let in the briskness of the morning air.
14 The living-room windows have net curtains which let in sunlight but stop passers-by looking in from the street.
15 The public are usually let in half an hour before the performance begins.
16 He pounded on the door demanding to be let in.
17 It's so stuffy here. Open the door and let in some fresh air.
18 Please open the window and let in some fresh air.
19 The police officers guarding the door let in the celebrities,(www.Sentencedict.com) but they prevented us lesser/mere mortals from going inside.
20 She threw back the curtain to let in the sunshine.
21 Once the walls of the room are up, let in the ceiling.
22 The chairman refused to let in the possibility of doubt.
23 We opened the windows and let in the glorious evening air.
24 Gaily let in the cat, scratching at the door.
25 Coventry let in the clutch and they drove off.
26 The frosted windows let in a weak light.
27 The tiny peephole let in some light, not enough to be distracting.
28 The dog was scratching at the door to be let in.
29 The dog's scratching at the door - he wants to be let in.
30 The doctors decided that a rubber pipe would have to be let in to enable him to breathe.
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