[le-sey-a-ley] /lɛ seɪ aˈleɪ/
unchecked freedom or ease; unrestraint; looseness.
[les-ey-pa-sey; French le-sey-pah-sey] /ˈlɛs eɪ pæˈseɪ; French lɛ seɪ pɑˈseɪ/ noun, plural laissez-passers French, laissez-passer. 1. a permit; pass, especially one issued in lieu of a passport.
[les-ey-fair; French le-sey-fer] /ˌlɛs eɪˈfɛər; French lɛ seɪˈfɛr/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or conforming to the principles or practices of laissez faire. [les-ey fair; French le-sey fer] /ˌlɛs eɪ ˈfɛər; French lɛ seɪ ˈfɛr/ noun 1. the theory or system of government that upholds the autonomous character of the economic order, believing that government […]
[leyth] /leɪθ/ Scot. adjective 1. . verb (used with object) 2. .
[leyt-ns] /ˈleɪt ns/ noun 1. a milky deposit on the surface of new cement or concrete, usually caused by too much water.