let on let on
- (v) make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret
- Bank of America shareholders have already voted to remove Lewis from the post of chairman in part because losses at Merrill turned out to be worse than Lewis let on.
- Still, some at Justice got the impression through informal conversations that Alito was more conservative than he let on, although he rarely talked directly about politics.
- If this was a crippling blow to his legacy, Stevens didn't let on.
- ROCKFORD — The Chicago Rush let one slip out of their hands late at their new home away from home Saturday night. The Rush held a late fourth-quarter lead but couldn’t convert on a fourth-and-one which led to a game-winning drive and a 61-54 win for the San Antonio Talons.on June 16, 2013 Source: Rockford Register Star