Do not halloo you are out of the wood. Il ne faut pas se moquer des chiens avant qu'on ne soit hors du village. Il ne faut pas crier victoire trop tôt.
Do not hang the bread basket too high.
Do not have each foot on a different boat.
Do not hide your light under a bushel.
Do not holloa till you are out of the wood.
Do not hope to reach a destination without leaving the shore.
Do not hurt your neighbor, for it is not him you wrong but yourself.
Do not in an instant what an age cannot recompense.
Do not in the darkest night, What you'd shun in broad daylight.
Do not insult a crocodile while your feet are still in the water.
Do not insult calamity: It is a barb'rous grossness to lay on The weight of scorn, where heavy misery Too much already weighs men's fortunes down. Daniel
Do not insult the crocodile until you've crossed the river.
Do not insult the mother alligator until after you have crossed the river.
Do not judge a man by the whiteness of his turbin, soap is bought on credit.
Do not judge a person until the lid of his coffin is closed.
Do not judge all you see, do not believe all you hear, do not do all you can, do not say all you know, do not eat all you have, let no one know what you have in your heart or in your wallet.
Do not judge by appearances; a rich heart may be under a poor coat.
Do not judge of the ship from the land.
Do not judge the dog by his hairs.
Do not judge your fellow man until you have stood in his place.
Do not judge your friend until you stand in his place.
Do not judge your neighbor until you walk two moons in his moccasins.
Do not keep secret from your friend what your enemy already knows.
Do not keep your tongue under your belt.
Do not kick away the canoe which helped you to cross the river.
Do not kill an animal unless you intend to eat it.
Do not laugh at the fallen; you may find slippery roads ahead.
Do not lean on a worm-eaten staff.
Do not leave for tomorrow, things you can do today.
Do not leave to the morning the business of the evening.
Do not leave todays homework for tomorrow.
Do not leave your host's house throwing mud in his well.
Do not lend your money to a great man.
Do not lengthen the quarrel while there is an opportunity of escaping.
Do not let fancy outrun your means. Franklin
Do not let grass grow on the path of friendship.
Do not let the cat watch over the bacon.
Do not let the empty cup be your first teacher of the blessings you had when it was full. Do not let a hard place here and there in the bed destroy your rest. Seek, as a plain duty, to cultivate a buoyant, joyous sense of the crowded kindnesses of God in your daily life. Alexander Maclaren
Do not let the loud utterances of your own wills anticipate, nor drown, the still, small voice in which God speaks. Bridle impatience till He does. If you cannot hear His whisper, wait till you do. Take care of running before you are sent. Keep your wills in equipoise till God's hand gives the impulse and direction. Alexander Maclaren
Do not let what you cannot do tear from your hands what you can.
Do not let your armpit hair grow, do not let your breast hair disappear.
Do not light a fire that you cannot yourself put out.
Do not look at a visitor's face but at his stomach.
Do not look at gift horse's mouth.
Do not look at the coat, but at what is under the coat.
Do not look at the face of a scoundrel lest all goes wrong with you for forty days.