Words and phrases that have a meaning related to letup:   (124 results)

Often used in the same context:
relenting, slackening, slowing, respite, lull, halt, relentlessness, indication, surge, nonstop, ebbs, easing, wilting, complacency, backsliding, doubt, drumbeat, pushovers, glimmer, magic bullet, discouragement, dovishness, silver lining, fierceness, weariness, softening, falter, hesitation, interruption, certainty, urgency, flurry, resumption, panic, direct correlation, waning, impatience, hint, gimmes, intensity, signs, letdown, timetable, upsurge, idee fixe, edginess, dropoff, waver, escalation, undercurrent, spillover, nightfall, slowdown, hurry, pent, rough sledding, stalling, cure, uptick, excuses, ferocity, weakening, sugarcoating, correlation, regrouping, cessation, tempering, spike, flickers, daybreak, northwester, shrillness, plateauing, vengeance, inkling, barrage, stinginess, abate, dampening, double digit, mercy, falloff, slippage, surprises, steadiness, silver bullet, seesawing, upswing, receding, futility, disrespect, rein, rebounding, pullback, catchup, ultimatums, sundown, petering, spurts, ferociousness, provocation, resurgent, abatement, alleviation, alteration, amelioration, curtailment, dent, diminution, flirtation, inconvenience, intermission, loss, mitigation, quickening, reprieve, setback

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More general:
break, intermission, interruption, pause, suspension


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— Adjectives for letup: little, brief, slight, slightest, temporary, much, real, apparent, only, appreciable, early, more...

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