To let slide

to let go; to cease to care for.
- Shak.

See also: Let

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
CREON The riddling Sphinx compelled us to let slide The dim past and attend to instant needs.
The Spence ruling in is a good example of how disagreements within the Supreme Court are often less a matter of ideology than of what the judges are willing to let slide.
In addition, she's committed murder before, and it's all too much for them to let slide just because of their relationships with her.
Faced with a disaster like Irma, working-class Americans often have to choose which bills to pay and which to let slide. At Bradenton's Manatee Community Federal Credit Union, in the weeks after Irma, the credit union saw a jump in members falling behind on car loans.
"This is not an election to let slide - and all of Wales will lose out if our representatives are picked by the loudest voices rather than the whole country.
Retreating from a promise to put workers on company boards is May caving in to business lobbyists, while blocking an inquiry into police brutality against miners at the Battle of Orgreave is a "burning injustice" she is happy to let slide.
Indeed, his birther claim about Clinton seems to have been simply too ridiculous to let slide. Yet his national opinion poll ratings remain strong, suggesting that many of his supporters are willing to believe -- or at least overlook -- his flagrant lies.
It's an infectious tune you'll be happy to let slide under your skin.
The forces which are scared of prolonged political struggle waged for Baloch nationalism have started sowing the seeds of religious fanaticism and extremism and they want to let slide Balochistan into the murky darkness of ignorance.
"Every day of class is important for a kid, so it's not an issue you want to let slide."
It doesn't matter what other people get away with that you can't seem to let slide by.
If you're predisposed for a solution, chances are you'll be willing to let slide some negative aspects and cast a vote for peace.