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laisser-aller

or lais·sez-al·ler

[ le-sey-a-ley ]
/ lɛ seɪ aˈleɪ /
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noun French.
unchecked freedom or ease; unrestraint; looseness.
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Origin of laisser-aller

Literally, “to allow to go”
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