let down

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Synonyms for let down

move something or somebody to a lower position

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They were let down in Afghanistan and let down in Iraq, boots that fell apart in the desert and filters that clogged up in the sand.
In a victim impact statement read to the court, Ms Maitlis, who was not present, said: "When I heard that Edward Vines had breached his restraining order I felt scared and let down.
I love the club and feel badly let down Geoffrey Robinson MP
She's completely let down every child in Britain, let parents down, everyone's been let down.
Too often, our military men and women are let down by the system.
DISABLED groups claim wheelchair users are being let down by the Government as it stalls on its promise to make stations step-free.
THE family of a baby who died following a string of NHS failings were let down in the "worst possible way", the Health Secretary has said.
vvThere was a big shock in the Grade 2 mares' chase at Thurles when Bitofapuzzle, who went off 30-100 favourite, unseated Noel Fehily three out when clear and let down backers at 1.
David was quite adamant he was let down by the police service," he told BBC's Victoria Derbyshire.
A TEENAGER who breached his curfew claimed that he was let down by buses.
Norma Foreman, who felt let down after her attacker was released early
I let down my supporters, I let down the Warped Tour and I let down my band and the people who work their asses off behind the scenes to make these shows happen," he said.
If permitted, we will file a criminal case against them, IPL has not let down people, its the dirty cricketers who have let down people.
In the report the commissioners, working with the Ethical Investment Advisory Group (EIAG), said they had 'commenced an intensive engagement with Barclays seeking robust assurance that, having repeatedly let down society with its conduct, Barclays is making a determined and successful effort to effect a fundamental turnaround in culture.