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Proverbs starting with L

1: Last, but not least.
said for :

2: Laugh and the world laughs with you
indicates that:

3: Laughter is the best medicine.
expresses that:

4: Laws catch flies, but let hornets go free.
implies that:

5: Learn to creep before you leap.
Meaning that you must:

6: Learn to say before you sing.
said to mean that:

7: Learn wisdom by the follies of others.
advices to:

8: Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.
said to mean:

9: Least said, soonest mended.
used to say that:

10: Let bygones be bygones
means that:

11: Let every man praise the bridge he goes over.
meaning:

12: Let not the pot call the kettle black
indicates that:

13: Let sleeping dogs lie.
advices that:

14: Let the cobbler stick to his last
used to mean that:

15: Let well enough alone.
suggests that:

16: Liars need good memories.
in order:

17: Liberty is not licence.
said to mean:

18: Lies have short legs.
means that:

19: Life is but a span.
in other words:

20: Life is just a bowl of cherries
used to say that:

21: Life is not a bed of roses.
used to say that:

22: Life is not all cakes and ale
said to mean that:

23: Like a cat on hot bricks.
said for :

24: Like a needle in a haystack.
expression said when:

25: Like begets like.
meaning:

26: Like draws to like.
meaning:

27: Like father, like son.
said to mean that:

28: Like master, like man.
suggests that:

29: Like mother, like daughter.
is said:

30: Like parents, like children.
emphasizes that :

31: Little birds that can sing and won't sing must be made to sing.
suggests that:

32: Little chips light great fires.
means that:

33: Little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
suggests that:

34: Little pigeons can carry great messages.
meaning that:

35: Little pitchers have long ears.
meaning:

36: Little strokes fell great oaks.
means that:

37: Little thieves are hanged, but great ones escape.
expresses that:

38: Little things amuse little minds.
expresses that:

39: Live and learn.
an expression:

40: Live and let live.
is used to say that:

41: Live not to eat, but eat to live.
expression that :

42: Long absent, soon forgotten.
means that:

43: Look before you leap, but having leapt never look back.
means that:

44: Look before you leap.
indicates that:

45: Lookers-on see more than players.
suggests that:

46: Loose lips sink ships.
used to say that:

47: Lost time is never found again.
implies that:

48: Love in a cottage.
expression about:

49: Love is blind.
meaning that:

50: Love me, love my dog.
informs that:

51: Love will creep where it may not go.
used to mean that: