MEANING: noun: Unrestrained freedom.

ETYMOLOGY: From French laisser-aller (to allow to go). Earliest documented use: 1842.

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY: War will exist until that distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and prestige that the warrior does today. -John F. Kennedy, 35th US president (29 May 1917-1963)

BLAISSER-ALLER - Thank Goodness he's going

LAISSER-ALTER - take it to the tailor, it needs to be let out a little across the shoulders

1. (French) Loves 'em and leaves 'em
2. (English) promiscuous