Don't lean on your fellow men -- theirs is an ever moving support.
Don't lean on your fellow men, theirs is an ever moving support.
Don't learn in order to destroy, but learn in order to build up.
Don't learn too much, Jack, else you must do a great deal.
Don't leave for tomorrow, what you can do today.
Don't leave the betrodden way for the untrodden one.
Don't leave the high road for a short cut.
Don't leave the main road for a shortcut.
Don't leave the small quantity to get the big quantity because you might lose the one as well as the other.
Don't leave your manners on the doorstep
Don't leh de devil get into me now.
Don't lend out something that you're going to soon need.
Don't let a fool kiss you nor let a kiss fool you.
Don't let an angry man wash dishes; don't let a hungry man guard rice.
Don't let anyone know about your secret money.
Don't let children or pups get accustomed to your soup bowl.
Don't let procrastination eat your own clock.
Don't let the bastards grind you down.
Don't let the cat guard the cream.
Don't let the cat out of the bag.
Don't let the chicken into the hen house in January.
Don't let the falcon loose until you see the hare.
Don't let the falcon loose until you see the hare. 495
Don't let the fox guard the hen house.
Don't let the grass grow under your feet.
Don't let the peasant know how good the cheese with the pears is.
Don't let the plough stand to kill a mouse.
Don't let the windows of your home be so small that the
Don't let us rejoice in punishment, even when the hand of God alone inflicts it. The best of us are but poor wretches, just saved from shipwreck. Can we feel anything but awe and pity when we see a fellow-passenger swallowed by the waves? George Eliot
Don't let women who attract attention walk behind you.
Don't let yesterday use up too much of today.
Don't let your past dictate your future.
Don't let your sorrow come higher than your knees.
Don't let your tongue cut your throat.
Don't let your tongue or your paintbrush wag your tail when they are making up an inventory.
Don't let your tongue say what your head may have to pay for.
Don't let yourself get far away from your jackasses, women, and oxen.
Don't lie down in low places, flood will take you, don't lie down in high places, wind will take you.
Don't lie down with a healthy head in a sick bed. Yiddish] Laig zikh nit mit a gezunter kop in a kranken bet.
Don't lie still and cry: God help (you)!
Don't limp before yuh lame.
Don't listen to every word you hear.
Don't live in a town where there are no doctors.
Don't lock the stable door after the horse has been stolen.
Don't lock the stable door after the horse is stolen.
Don't long for the unripe grape. Horace
Don't long for tomorrow. If you do, you will waste today.
Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
Don't look a gift horse in the mouth. Yiddish] A geshenktn ferd kukt men nit in/af di tseyn. fr] └ cheval donnÚ on ne regarde pas les dents.