Deliver and Let out


Deliver verb - Utter (an exclamation, noise, etc.).
Usage example: The students delivered a cry of joy

Let out and deliver are semantically related In some cases you can use "Let out" instead a verb "Deliver".

Let out

Let out verb - Express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words).

Deliver and let out are semantically related in free topic. Sometimes you can use "Deliver" instead a verb "Let out", if it concerns topics such as liberate, unbind, give freedom.

Both terms in one sentence

  • Nicholas aka Santa Claus is imprisoned and let out once a year and forced to deliver presents to children.
  • Fan Fic / Yet again His Training from Hell has made him so swift that he can deliver double-digit numbers of crippling blows to his opponents in the time it takes to let out a "Konoha Senpu." And this is BEFORE he opens any Celestial Gates.
  • Originally thought to have been feral, he later learned to speak and write, and claimed he was raised locked in a small room like an animal; only being let out when he was sent into town to deliver his letter.
    Source: Wild Child
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