Wise Sayings: Letter L


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    Leave a bit of the tail to whisk off flies.

    Source: Chinese
    Leave no nail unclenched.

    Source: Italian
    Leave no stone unturned.
    Author: Euripides
    Leave not your staff at home.

    Source: Latin
    Leave the jest at its best.

    Source: Spanish
    Leave the minster where it is.

    Source: French
    Leave well alone.

    Source: French
    Leave well enough alone.
    Source: American Proverb
    Leaves enough, but few grapes.
    Source: American Proverb
    Lend to your friend, and ask payment of your enemy.

    Source: Danish
    Lend your money and lose your friend.

    Source: English Proverb
    Lend your money and lose your friend.
    Category: Friendship Author: William Caxton
    Length begets loathing.

    Source: English Proverb
    Length of time rots a stone.

    Source: Latin
    Lent, which seems so long, is short at other men's tables.

    Source: Italian
    Less advice and more hands.

    Source: German
    Less is more.

    Source: German
    Less malevolence, or more power to exercise it.

    Source: Latin
    Less of your courtesy, and more of your purse.

    Source: Latin
    Let a child have its will, and it will not cry.

    Source: Danish
    Let a dog get at a dish of honey, and he will jump in with both legs.

    Source: Danish
    Let a horse drink when he will, not what he will.

    Source: Danish
    Let a saint be ever so humble, he will have his wax taper.

    Source: Danish
    Let another man praise thee, not thine own mouth.

    Source: Danish
    Let another's shipwreck be your sea-mark.

    Source: Danish
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