Yes, let is in the scrabble dictionary
...and is worth 4 points.
1. Let (someone) have it Informal To beat, strike, or shoot at someone.
2. Let (someone) have it Informal To scold or punish.
3. Let (someone) in on To allow someone to participate in (something).
4. Let (someone) in on To reveal (a secret) to someone: They finally let me in on their plans.
5. Let alone Not to mention; much less: "Their ancestors had been dirt poor and never saw royalty, let alone hung around with them” ( Garrison Keillor).
1. Something that hinders; an obstacle: free to investigate without let or hindrance.
2. Sports An invalid stroke in tennis and other net games that requires a replay.
3. A shot or point in racket games that does not count and must be replayed.
4. Something that impedes .
1. Let down To cause to come down gradually; lower: let down the sails.
2. Let down To fail to meet the expectations of; disappoint.
3. Let down To withdraw support from; forsake.
4. Let on To pretend.
5. Let out To come to a close; end: School let out early. The play let out at 11 P.M.
1. To become awarded to a contractor.
2. To make an adjustment to .
3. To become rented or leased.
4. To cause to .
5. To offer or grant for rent or lease .
1. To be or become assigned, as to a contractor.
2. To become rented or leased.
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