Wise Sayings: Letter L

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    Wise Sayings


    Let no one take a pawn that eats.

    Source: Spanish
    Let no shovel-beaked bird ever enter your yard.

    Source: Spanish
    Let not him that has a mouth ask another to blow.

    Source: Portuguese
    Let not thy right hand know what thy left hand doeth.

    Source: German
    Let not you shirt know your secret.

    Source: Italian
    Let not your right hand know what your left hand doeth.

    Source: Latin
    Let not your shirt know all your thoughts.

    Source: Italian
    Let not your shirt know your way of thinking.

    Source: French
    Let not your sword be drawn at any man's bidding.

    Source: Latin
    Let people take and dogs bark.

    Source: German
    Let pride go afore, shame will follow after.
    Author: George Chapman
    Let sleeping dogs lie.
    Source: English Proverb
    Let someone else acknowledge your virtues.

    Source: Maaori
    Let the big dog eat.
    Category: Animals Source: American Proverb
    Let the blood be ever so thin, it is always thicker than water.

    Source: Danish
    Let the buyer be on his guard.

    Source: Latin
    Let the buyer beware.

    Source: Latin
    Let the dead rest.

    Source: German
    Let the devil get into the church, and he will mount the altar.

    Source: German
    Let the devil never find you unoccupied.

    Source: Latin
    Let the dog bark at me, so he don't bite me.

    Source: Portuguese
    Let the dog bark so he don't bite me.

    Source: Spanish
    Let the giver be silent and the receiver speak.

    Source: Portuguese
    Let the guest go before the storm bursts.

    Source: German
    Let the ignorant learn, and the learned delight in refreshing the memory.

    Source: Latin
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