Do well and right, and let the world sink. Herbert
Do well the little things now; so shall great things come to thee by and by asking to be done.
Do well, and doubt no man; and do weil, and doubt all men.
Do what good thou canst unknown; and be not vain of what ought rather to be felt than seen. William Penn
Do what I say well, and not what I do ill.
Do what is right, come what may.
Do what the friar says, and not what he does.
Do what the mullah says, but don't do what he does.
Do what thou doest. (Age quod agis.).
Do what thou ought, let come what may.
Do what ye ought, and come what can : Think o' ease, but work on. Scotland
Do what you do carefully.
Do what you do', in the sense of 'Do well what you do', 'Do well in whatever you do' or 'Be serious in what you do.
Do what you have to do and don't watch what others do.
Do what you have to do just now, and leave it for to morrow.
Do what you ought and let come what will. Scotland
Do what you ought come what will.
Do what you ought, come what may.
Do what you think is best.
Do what you want, but make sure you are first.
Do what your teacher says but not what he does.
Do when ye may, or suffer ye the nay, in love 'tis the way.
Do when you do something', 'If you do something, do it well' see also 'Age quod agis.
Do wil ich ehm Brief und Siegel drüber gahn, doass nischte droass wird.
Do wrong to none: be able for thine enemy
Do wrong to none: be able for thine enemy Rather in power than use, and keep thy friend Under thy own life's key. William Shakespeare (1564-1616), Ende gut, alles gut I, 1
Do ye after him that beareth the purse.
Do ye hear the children weeping, my brothers, Ere the sorrow comes with years? They are leaning their young heads against their mothers, And that cannot stop their tears. Elizabeth B. Browning
Do you ask what sort of a maid I desire or dislike, Flaccus? I dislike one too easy and one too coy. The just mean, which lies between the two extremes, is what I approve; I like neither that which tortures nor that which cloys. Martial
Do you ask why I am unwilling to marry a rich wife? It is because I am unwilling to be taken to husband by my wife. The mistress of the house should be subordinate to her husband, for in no other way, Priscus, will the wife and husband be on an equality. Martial
Do you carry the trough, husband, and I will carry the sieve, which is as heavy as the devil.
Do you consider the stork to be a bir - lt comes in the summer and goes in the winter.
Do you fear to trust the word of a man whose honesty you have seen in business? Terence
Do you feel that you have lost your way in life? Then God Himself will show you your way. Are you utterly helpless, worn out, body and soul? Then God's eternal love is ready and willing to help you up, and revive you. Are you wearied with doubts and terrors? Then God's eternal light is ready to show you your way; God's eternal peace ready to give you peace. Do you feel yourself full of sins and faults? Then take heart; for God's unchangeable will is, to take away those sins, and purge you from those faults. Charles Kingsley
Do you know a book that you are willing to put under your head for a pillow when you lie dying? Very well; that is the book you want to study while you are living. There is but one such book in the world. Joseph Cook
Do you know a young and beautiful woman who is not ready to flirt - just a little? J. Petit-Senn
Do you know what a man is? Are not birth, beauty, good shape, discourse, manhood, learning, gentleness, virtue, youth, liberality, and such like, the spice and salt that season a man? Shakespeare
Do you know what is more hard to bear than the reverses of fortune? It is the baseness, the hideous ingratitude, of man. Napoleon
Do you ne'er think what wondrous beings these? Do you ne'er think who made them, and who taught The dialect they speak, where melodies Alone are the interpreters of thought? Whose household words are songs in many keys, Sweeter than instrument of man e'er caught! Tales of a Wayside Inn: The Poet's Tale, H.W. LONGFELLOW.
Do you never look at yourself when you abuse another person? Plautus
Do you recall the laughter of the Philistines at the helpless Sampson - You can hear the echo of that laughter to-day, as the church, shorn of her strength by her own sin, is an object of ridicule to the world, who cry in derision, 'Where is your boasted triumph and your Millennial glory? A. E. Kittredge
Do you see a man who is wise in his own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for him. Proverbs 26.12.
Do you speak English? (Meaning, Have you got any money?).
Do you suppose we owe nothing to Pope's deformity? He said to himself, 'If my person be crooked, my verses shall be straight. Hazlitt
Do you think a woman's silence can be natural? Farquhar
Do you think that a man is renewed by God's Spirit, when except for a few religious phrases, and a little more outside respectability, he is just the old man, the same character at heart he ever was? Charles Kingsley