Happy Friday! This week’s words have made me miss learning French; I wish they would go on forever – maybe I’ll buy a French dictionary…
Anyways, I hope you’ve enjoyed these words – I still love it when my mom uses random French phrases, like je ne sais pas, and I still love asking her what it means and then responding to her answer with “then why do you say it?” Because I am witty like that.
I hope you enjoy your weekend and I hope to see you back here next week for a new category of words.

laissez-aller  or laisser-aller (les-ay-ah-LAY)

noun: unrestrained freedom

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

Usage
The laissez-aller of my imagination is one of my favorite indulgences.

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