Wise Sayings: Letter L


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    Long is not for ever.

    Source: German
    Long life to the conqueror.

    Source: Spanish
    Long looked for comes at last.

    Source: Dutch
    Long on hair, short on brains.

    Source: French
    Long roads test the horse, long dealings the friend.

    Category: Friends Source: Chinese
    Long talk makes short days.

    Source: French
    Long whiskers cannot take the place of brains.

    Source: Russian
    Long-talked-of (or looked-for) comes at last.

    Source: German
    Look at the bright side.
    Author: Unknown
    Look before you leap.

    Source: Italian
    Look before you leap.
    Author: John Heywood
    Look for a thing until you find it and you'll not lose your labor.

    Category: Inspirational Source: Chinese Proverb
    Look for the good, not the evil, in the conduct of members of the family.

    Source: Jewish
    Look for the hog at the oak.

    Source: Italian
    Look high and fall low.

    Source: Italian
    Look with suspicion on the flight of an enemy.

    Source: Italian
    Lookers-on see most of the game.

    Source: Italian
    Lookers-on see most of the game.
    Author: John Palsgrave
    Looking at a tree see its fruit; looking at a man see his deeds.

    Source: Russian
    Looking for fish? Don't climb a tree.

    Source: Chinese
    Looks can be deceiving.
    Author: Unknown
    Loose lips sink ships.
    Category: War Source: American
    Loquacity and lying are cousins.

    Source: German
    Lords and fools speak freely.

    Source: Danish
    Lose no rights, and commit no extortions.

    Source: Spanish
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