Definition of let

"let" in the noun sense

1. Lashkar-e-Taiba, Lashkar-e-Toiba, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, LET, Army of the Pure, Army of the Righteous

a brutal terrorist group active in Kashmir fights against India with the goal of restoring Islamic rule of India

"Lashkar-e-Toiba has committed mass murders of civilian Hindus"

2. let, net ball

a serve that strikes the net before falling into the receiver's court the ball must be served again

"let" in the verb sense

1. let, allow, permit

make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen

"This permits the water to rush in"

"This sealed door won't allow the water come into the basement"

"This will permit the rain to run off"

2. let

actively cause something to happen

"I let it be known that I was not interested"

3. permit, allow, let, countenance

consent to, give permission

"She permitted her son to visit her estranged husband"

"I won't let the police search her basement"

"I cannot allow you to see your exam"

4. get, let, have

cause to move cause to be in a certain position or condition

"He got his squad on the ball"

"This let me in for a big surprise"

"He got a girl into trouble"

5. let

leave unchanged

"let it be"

6. lease, let, rent

grant use or occupation of under a term of contract

"I am leasing my country estate to some foreigners"

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Quotations for let

Let us do or die. [ Campbell or Burns ]

Let us have peace. [ U. S. Grant ]

Let there be light.

He that cannot pay,
Let him pray. [ Proverb ]

Live, and let live. [ Proverb ]

Let me die in peace. [ Voltaire ]

Let us die resisting! [ French ]

Let thy words be few. [ Bible ]

Let there be no excess. [ Motto ]

Let bygones be bygones. [ Proverb ]

Let them laugh that win. [ Proverb ]

Let the end try the man. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let the principal answer. [ Law ]

Tie it well and let it go. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Let the galled jade wince. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let Zephyr only breathe
And with her tresses play. [ Drummond ]

War begun, hell let loose. [ Italian Proverb ]

Let me die facing the enemy. [ Bayard ]

Let ev'ry man enjoy his whim;
What's he to me or I to him? [ Churchill ]

Let each recall his own woes. [ Ovid ]

To put off is not to let off. [ German Proverb ]

Healthy minds let bygones be. [ Robert Browning ]

Let there be gall in thy ink. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let us do what honor demands. [ Racine ]

Let thy vices die before thee. [ Franklin ]

Let there be truth between us. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Let him fry in his own grease. [ Proverb ]

Let your purse be your master. [ Proverb ]

All we ask is to be let alone. [ Jefferson Davis ]

Let all live as they would die. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

As they brew, so let them bake. [ Proverb ]

My heart leaps up when I behold
A rainbow in the sky:
So was it when my life began,
So is it now I am a man;
So be it when I shall grow old,
Or let me die. [ Wordsworth ]

Let my honour be without stain. [ Motto ]

Let women spin, and not preach. [ Proverb ]

After war, let us welcome peace. [ Constantine ]

Let the worst come to the worst. [ Cervantes ]

Let echo, too, perform her part,
Prolonging every note with art;
And in a low expiring strain,
Play all the comfort over again. [ Addison ]

Let us then be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate;
Still achieving, still pursuing.
Learn to labor and to wait. [ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ]

Let grace our selfishness expel,
Our earthliness refine. [ Gurney ]

Let us, then, be up and doing,
With a heart for every fate;
Still achieving, still pursuing,
Learn to labour and to wait. [ Longfellow ]

Life's no resting, but a moving;
Let thy life be deed on deed. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Let the dead past bury its dead! [ Longfellow ]

A whet is no let, said the mower. [ Proverb ]

If any thing stay, let work stay. [ Proverb ]

Let exercise alternate with rest. [ Pythagoras ]

A word spoke is an arrow let fly. [ Proverb ]

I profess not talking: only this.
Let each man do his best. [ Shakespeare ]

Trust no future, however pleasant!
Let the dead Past bury its dead! [ Longfellow ]

Hang sorrow! care will kill a cat,
And therefore let's be merry. [ G. Wither ]

Let there be the liberty of right. [ Dupanloup ]

Let the cobbler stick to his last. [ Pliny ]

Trust no future, howe'er pleasant;
Let the dead past bury its dead.
Act, act in the living present;
Heart within, and God o'erhead! [ Longfellow ]

Go - let thy less than woman's hand
Assume the distaff - not the brand. [ Byron ]

The sandal-tree perfumes when riven
The axe that laid it low:
Let man who hopes to be forgiven
Forgive and bless his foe. [ Sadi ]

Let us be merciful as well as just. [ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ]

So I be warm, let the people laugh. [ Proverb ]

Let him that can play take the hue. [ Proverb ]

Do not let fancy outrun your means. [ Franklin ]

Let thy discontents be thy secrets. [ Benjamin Franklin ]

Let him that is cold blow the fire. [ Proverb ]

Let every tailor keep to his goose. [ Proverb ]

I let fall the windows of mine eyes. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let dogs delight to bark and bite.
For God hath made them so;
Let bears and lions growl and fight.
For 'tis their nature to. [ Isaac Watts ]

Let every pedlar carry his own pack. [ Proverb ]

Let him that earns the bread eat it. [ Proverb ]

Let none say I will not drink water. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Follow a shadow, it still flies you.
Seem to fly it, it will pursue:
So court a mistress, she denies you;
Let her alone, she will court you.
Say are not women truly then,
Styled but the shadows of us men? [ Ben Jonson ]

Let there be gall enough in thy ink,
Though thou write with a goose-pen. [ William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Act III. Sc. 2 ]

To the grave with the dead,
And let them that live to the bread. [ Proverb ]

Bear the burden of the present,
Let the morrow bear its own;
If the morning sky be pleasant.
Why the coming night bemoan?

Holy strivings nerve and strengthen,
Long endurance wins the crown;
When the evening shadows lengthen,
Thou shalt lay the burden down. [ Thomas Mackellar ]

Let not your shirt know your secret. [ Italian Proverb ]

Count it a crime to let a truth slip. [ Robert Browning ]

By outward show let's not be cheated;
An ass should like an ass be treated. [ Gay ]

Heap on more wood! the wind is chill;
But let it whistle as it will.
We'll keep our Christmas merry still. [ Scott ]

As you from crimes would pardon'd be.
Let your indulgence set me free. [ William Shakespeare ]

Make knowledge circle with the winds;
But let her herald, Reverence, fly
Before her to whatever sky
Bear seed of men and growth of minds. [ Alfred Tennyson ]

Truth, or clothed or naked let it be. [ Alfred Tennyson ]

Let every cuckold wear his own horns. [ Proverb ]

Thus let me live, unseen, unknown.
Thus unlamented let me die;
Steal from the world, and not a stone
Tell where I lie. [ Pope ]

And let us mind, faint heart never wan
A lady fair. [ Burns ]

Here let me sit in sorrow for mankind. [ Goldsmith ]

Let not the mouse-trap smell of blood. [ Proverb ]

Let every man do what he was made for. [ Proverb ]

Press onward through each varying hour;
Let no weak fears thy course delay;
Immortal being! feel thy power,
Pursue thy bright and endless way. [ Andrews Norton ]

Let cheerfulness on happy fortune wait. [ Dryden ]

In all things let reason be your guide. [ Solon ]

Let the hen live though it be with pip. [ Proverb ]

Let the other side also have a hearing. [ Seneca ]

Let us be sacrificers, but no butchers. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let every herring hang by its own tail. [ Irish Proverb ]

Let every snail like her own shell best. [ Proverb ]

But what fate does, let fate answer for. [ Richard Brinsley Butler Sheridan ]

Fears of sinning let in thoughts of sin. [ Crabbe ]

Let it content thee that thou art a man. [ Lessing ]

Sin let loose speaks punishment at hand. [ Cowper ]

Let every minute be a full life to thee. [ Jean Paul ]

Let the best horse leap the hedge first. [ Proverb ]

Let them obey that know not how to rule. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let not the sun go down upon your wrath. [ Bible ]

Let gleaners glean, though crops be lean. [ Proverb ]

Oh! in that future let us think
To hold each heart the heart that shares;
With them the immortal waters drink,
And, soul in soul, grow deathless theirs! [ Byron ]

Wherever the fates lead us let us follow. [ Virgil ]

Cry Havock, and let slip the dogs of war. [ William Shakespeare ]

To purchase Heaven has gold the power?
Can gold remove the mortal hour?
In life can love be bought with gold?
Are friendship's pleasures to be sold?
No - all that's worth a wish - a thought.
Fair virtue gives unbribed, unbought.
Cease then on trash thy hopes to bind,
Let nobler views engage thy mind. [ Dr. Johnson ]

What's brave, what's noble,
Let's do it after the high Roman fashion,
And make death proud to take us. [ William Shakespeare ]

O let my books be then the eloquence
And dumb presagers of my speaking breast. [ Browning ]

I give the fight up; let there be an end,
A privacy, an obscure nook for me,
I want to be forgotten even by God. [ Robert Browning ]

Let every fox take care of his own brush. [ Proverb ]

I pray thee let me and my fellow have
A hair of the dog that bit us last night. [ John Heywood ]

Let us think less of men and more of God. [ Bailey ]

Thy sum of duty let two words contain
(O! May they graven in thy heart remain!)
Be humble and be just. [ Prior ]

Let gentleness thy strong enforcement be. [ William Shakespeare, As You Like It ]

Let's choose executors and talk of wills:
And yet not so, for what can we bequeath
Save our deposed bodies to the ground? [ William Shakespeare ]

Let his tormentor conscience find him out. [ Milton ]

Fools are my theme, let satire be my song. [ Byron ]

Let justice be done, and the world perish. [ Proverb ]

Admonished, let us follow better counsels. [ Virgil ]

Let guilty men remember, their black deeds
Do lean on crutches made of slender reeds. [ John Webster ]

For forms of government let fools contest;
Whate'er is best administered is best. [ Pope ]

Let every one talk of what he understands. [ Spanish Proverb ]

Let that please man which has pleased God. [ Seneca ]

In sleep, when fancy is let loose to play.
Our dreams repeat the wishes of the day. [ Claudius ]

Where the sea goes there let the sands go. [ Proverb ]

Do well and right, and let the world sink. [ Herbert ]

Let the weary at length possess quiet rest. [ Seneca ]

Let us do whatever we can to restore peace. [ Hill ]

Let never day nor night unhallowed pass,
But still remember what the Lord hath done. [ William Shakespeare ]

Why, let the stricken deer go weep,
The heart ungalled play;
For some must watch, while some must sleep;
Thus runs the world away. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let nothing come between you and the light. [ Thoreau ]

Let us not throw the rope after the bucket. [ Cervantes ]

Let him set up a shop upon Goodwin's sands. [ Proverb ]

Let ignorance talk, learning has its value. [ La Fontaine ]

Here lies my wife, poor Molly, let her lie,
She finds repose at last, and so do I. [ Epitaph ]

Let fortune empty her whole quiver on me,
I have a soul that, like an ample shield,
Can take in all, and verge enough for more. [ John Dryden ]

And let our barks across the pathless flood
Hold different courses. [ Sir Walter Scott ]

Let none admire
That riches grow in hell; that soil may best
Deserve the precious bane. [ Milton ]

Your belly will never let your back be warm. [ Proverb ]

I pray you, let none of your people stir me;
I have an exposition of sleep come upon me. [ William Shakespeare ]

Lend me thy clarion goodness! let me try
To sound the praise of merit ere it dies.
Such as I oft have chanced to espy,
Lost in the dreary shades of dull obscurity. [ Shenstone ]

Let those teach others who themselves excel;
And censure freely, who have written well. [ Alexander Pope ]

Let heaven-eyed Prudence battle with Desire. [ J. T. Fields ]

No, let the monarch's bags and coffers hold
The flattering mighty, nay, all-mighty gold. [ John Wolcott ]

Death rides in triumph, - fell destruction
Lashes his fiery horse, and round about hint
His many thousand ways to let out souls. [ Beaumont and Fletcher ]

When our hopes break, let our patience hold. [ Thomas Fuller ]

Let Hercules himself do what he may,
The cat will mew, and dog will have his day. [ William Shakespeare, Hamlet ]

Whatever comes, let's be content withal;
Among God's blessings there is no one small. [ Herrick ]

Let Observation, with extensive view,
Survey mankind from China to Peru;
Remark each anxious toil, each eager strife,
And watch the busy scenes of crowded life. [ Dr. Johnson ]

Let pride go afore, shame will follow after. [ George Chapman ]

She never told her love,
But let concealment, like a worm in the bud,
Feed on her damask cheek. [ William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Act II. Sc. 4 ]

Death hath a thousand doors to let out life. [ Massinger ]

Let love prevail!
The love that envies not, that thinks no ill,
That faileth not, but ever lives.
All things believing, hoping, bearing still. [ Horatius Bonar ]

Let another try to understand that; I cannot. [ A. Lortzing ]

Speak, speak, let terror strike slaves mute.
Much danger makes great hearts most resolute. [ Marston ]

A word and a stone let go cannot be recalled. [ Proverb ]

Though it be honest, it is never good
To bring bad news; give to a gracious message
An host of tongues; but let ill tidings tell
Themselves when they be felt. [ William Shakespeare ]

Tell a tale to a mare, and she'll let a fart. [ Proverb ]

Press not a falling man too far; 'tis virtue:
His faults lie open to the laws; let them.
Not you, correct him. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let's talk of graves, of worms, and epitaphs. [ Shakespeare ]

Where the offence is, let the great axe fall. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let every man praise the bridge he goes over. [ Proverb ]

Let each task present its petty good to thee. [ Robert Browning ]

He that hath not craft, let him shut up shop. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Let fame, that all hunt after in their lives.
Live registered upon our brazen tombs. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let all things be done decently and in order. [ Bible ]

He who is not lucky let him not go a-fishing. [ Proverb ]

Let not the cooings of the world allure thee;
Which of her lovers ever found her true? [ Young ]

Let him be kept from paper, pen, and ink;
So may he cease to write, and learn to think. [ Prior ]

Let us fill urns with rose-leaves in our May,
And hive the thrifty sweetness for December. [ Holland ]

Let time that makes you homely make you sage. [ Parnell ]

He that will learn to pray, let him go to sea. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Let thy alms go before, and keep heaven's gate
Open for thee, or both may come too late. [ George Herbert ]

At the sight of a man we too say to ourselves,
Let us be men. [ Amiel ]

Let humble Allen, with an awkward shame,
Do good by stealth, and blush to find it Fame. [ Pope ]

Let not your tongue run away with your brains. [ Proverb ]

Let me play the fool
With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come;
And let my liver rather heat with wine,
Than my heart cool with mortifying groans. [ William Shakespeare ]

The little wimble will let in the great auger. [ Proverb ]

Laws catch flies, but let the hornets go free. [ Proverb ]

Let these be your studies by night and by day.

Night is fair virtue's immemorial friend;
The conscious moon, through every distant age.
Has held a lamp to wisdom, and let fall
On contemplation's eye her purging ray. [ Young ]

Let your trouble tarry till its own day comes. [ Proverb ]

Let those love now who never loved before,
Let those that always loved now love the more. [ Parnell ]

Let wealth come in by comely thrift,
And not by any sordid shift;
It is haste makes waste;
Extremes have still their fault.
Who gripes too hard the dry and slippery sand,
Holds none at all, or little, in his hand. [ Herrick ]

Windy attorneys to their client woes,
Airy succeeders of intestate joys,
Poor breathing orators of miseries!
Let them have scope: though what they do impart
Help nothing else, yet do they ease the heart. [ William Shakespeare ]

If you are wise, and prize your peace of mind,
Believe me true, nor listen to your Jealousy,
Let not that devil which undoes your sex,
That cursed curiosity seduce you
To hunt for needless secrets, which, neglected,
Shall never hurt your quiet, but once known
Shall sit upon your heart, pinch it with pain,
And banish sweet sleep forever from you. [ Rowe ]

Let none presume to wear an undeserved dignity. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let him that owns the cow take her by the tail. [ Proverb ]

For modes of faith let graceless zealots fight;
His can't be wrong whose life is in the right. [ Pope ]

Let not our babbling dreams affright our souls. [ William Shakespeare ]

To let one's self be imposed on by appearances. [ French Proverb ]

Let us respect white hair - especially our own. [ J. Petit-Senn ]

Let us no more contend, nor blame
Each other, blam'd enough elsewhere, but strive
In offices of love, how we may lighten
Each other's burden, in our share of woe. [ Milton ]

Farewell; and let your haste commend your duty. [ William Shakespeare ]

To live thy better, let thy worst thoughts die. [ Sir Walter Raleigh ]

Let those who hope for brighter shores no more,
Not mourn, but turning inland, bravely seek
What hidden wealth redeems the shapeless shore. [ Eugene Lee Hamilton ]

Let not bitterness enter the heart of a mother. [ Ptah-Hotep ]

Love conquers all things; let us yield to love. [ Virgil ]

Let wealth and commerce, laws and learning die,
But leave us still our old nobility. [ Lord J. Manners ]

Let us try what esteem and kindness can effect. [ Johnson ]

Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever;
Do noble things, not dream them, all day long:
And so make life, death and that vast forever,
One grand, sweet song. [ Charles Kingsley ]

Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord. [ Bible ]

Let him that receives the profit repair the inn. [ Proverb ]

New customs, Though they be never so ridiculous.
Nay, let them be unmanly, yet are followed. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let me die to the sounds of the delicious music. [ Mirabeau ]

Let go desire, and thou shalt lay hold on peace. [ Thomas à Kempis ]

Hug thou the shore, let others stand out to sea. [ Virgil ]

Let the sap of reason quench the fire of passion. [ William Shakespeare ]

On with the dance! let joy be unconfined!
No sleep till morn, when youth and pleasure meet.
To chase the glowing hours with flying feet. [ Byron ]

Let not him whose head is of wax walk in the sun. [ Italian Proverb ]

Let the smith himself wear the fetters he forged. [ Proverb ]

Resolve, resolve, and to be men aspire.
Exert that noblest privilege, alone
Here to mankind indulged; control desire:
Let godlike Reason, from her sovereign throne,
Speak the commanding word I will! and it is done. [ Thomson ]

It is the Lord: let Him do what seemeth Him good. [ Bible ]

A word and a stone let go, cannot be called back. [ Proverb ]

Whoever gains the palm by merit, let him hold it. [ Thomas Nelson, Latin Proverb ]

Let US make no vows, but let us act as if we had. [ Rochepedre ]

Let thy mind still be bent, still plotting where,
And when, and how thy business may be done,
Slackness breeds worms; but the sure traveller,
Though he alights sometimes, still goeth on. [ George Herbert ]

Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind. [ St. Paul ]

Some men are born to feast, and not to fight;
Whose sluggish minds, e'en in fair honor's field.
Still on their dinner turn -
Let such pot-boiling varlets stay at home,
And wield a flesh-hook rather than a sword. [ Joanna Baillie ]

He may find fault, but let him mend it if he can. [ Proverb ]

What man would be wise, let him drink of the river
That bears on his bosom the record of time;
A message to him every wave can deliver
To teach him to creep till he knows how to climb. [ John Boyle O'Reilly ]

Let the experiment be made on some worthless body.

Let thy great deeds force fate to change her mind;
He that courts fortune boldly, makes her kind. [ John Dryden ]

Let women paint their eyes with tints of chastity. [ Tertullian ]

The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers. [ William Shakespeare ]

Truth is the strong thing. Let man's life be true. [ Robert Browning ]

Let us believe what we can, and hope for the rest. [ De Finod ]

When you introduce a moral lesson, let it be brief. [ Horace ]

He that fears leaves, let him not go into the wood. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Ever let the fancy roam; pleasure never is at home. [ Keats ]

Let the universe perish, provided I have my revenge! [ Cyrano ]

Let fate do her worst; there are moments of joy,
Bright dreams of the past, which she cannot destroy;
Which come in the nighttime of sorrow and care,
And bring back the features that joy used to wear. [ Moore ]

Let her that will not dance turn out of the wedding. [ Proverb ]

If any fool finds the cap fits him, let him wear it. [ Proverb ]

Let me have music dying, and I seek no more delight. [ Keats ]

Let not him that fears feathers come among wildfowl. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

The whole trouble is, that we won't let God help us. [ George MacDonald ]

They dispute about an egg, and let the hens fly away. [ German Proverb ]

Jul: They do not love that do not show their love.
Luc: O, they love least that let men know their love! [ William Shakespeare, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act I. Sc. 2 ]

Build thee more stately mansions, O my soul,
As the swift seasons roll!
Leave thy low-vaulted past!
Let each new temple, nobler than the last.
Shut thee from Heaven with a dome more vast,
Till thou at length art free,
Leaving thine outgrown shell by life's unresting sea. [ Oliver Wendell Holmes ]

Let choler be only a common soldier, not a commander. [ Proverb ]

Having food and raiment, let us be therewith content. [ St. Paul ]

Holding an eel too fast is the way to let her escape. [ Proverb ]

Let every one praise the bridge that carries him over. [ Proverb ]

I will it, I so order, let my will stand for a reason. [ Juvenal ]

And God said, Let there be light, and there was light. [ Bible ]

Let the church have leave to stand in the church-yard. [ Proverb ]

Let justice be done, though the heavens should fall in. [ Proverb ]

Whatever you lend, let it be your money, not your name. [ Edward Bulwer Lytton ]

To spare at a spigot, and let run out at the bung-hole. [ Proverb ]

Let us weep in our darkness - but weep not for him!
Not for him - who, departing, leaves millions in tears!
Not for him - who has died full of honor and years!
Not for him - who ascended Fame's ladder so high.
From the round at the top he has stepped to the sky. [ N. P. Willis ]

He that would be a gentleman, let him go to an assault. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Let the degree of egotism be the measure of confidence. [ Lavater ]

Let every eye negotiate for itself, and trust no agent. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let our last sleep be in the graves of our native land! [ Osceola ]

Be good, sweet child, and let who will be clever,
Do noble things, not dream them all day long;
Thus shalt thou make life, death, and the vast forever. [ Charles Kingsley ]

He is a little man; let him go and work with the women! [ Longfellow ]

Let every one look to himself, and no one will be lost. [ Dutch Proverb ]

He who would have fine guests, let him have a fine wife. [ Dr. Johnson ]

Let me dream that love goes with us to the shore unknown. [ Mrs. Hemans ]

Let me say amen betimes, lest the devil cross my prayers. [ William Shakespeare ]

Tomorrow comes, and we are where? Then let us live today. [ Schiller ]

Let us be silent, so we may hear the whisper of the gods. [ Emerson ]

In every author let us distinguish the man from his works. [ Voltaire ]

A woman that paints, puts up a bill that she is to be let. [ Proverb ]

Much better never to catch a rogue, than let him go again. [ Proverb ]

Let fiery hope sustain you in the pursuit of what is good. [ Zoroaster ]

And let him who cannot understand me learn to read better. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

We let our blessings get mouldy, and then call them curses. [ Beecher ]

Since we have a good loaf, let us not look for cheesecakes. [ Cervantes ]

Let us be generous of our dignity, as well as of our money. [ Ralph Waldo Emerson ]

Let an ill man lie in thy straw and he looks to be thy heir. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Let me gain by you, and no matter whether you love me or not. [ Proverb ]

Let the guts be full, for it is they that can carry the legs. [ Proverb ]

A sudden thought strikes me, let us swear eternal friendship. [ Canning ]

He would be quarter-master at home if his wife would let him. [ Proverb ]

Let a man be never so wise, he may be caught with sober lies. [ Swift ]

Let not another shuffle and cut the cards you are to deal out. [ Proverb ]

Hold your tongue, husband; let me talk, that have all the wit. [ Proverb ]

Let no man value at a little price a virtuous woman's counsel. [ George Chapman ]

O, let not woman's weapons, waterdrops, stain my man's cheeks! [ William Shakespeare ]

Small faults indulged are little thieves, that let in greater. [ Proverb ]

Pride will practice anything rather than let her port decline. [ Proverb ]

He that is foolish in the fault, let him be wise in punishment. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Music is a pleasing accomplishment; let the fair learn to sing. [ Ovid ]

Let the drunkard alone, and by and bye he will fall of himself. [ Proverb ]

And let me tell you that every misery I miss is a new blessing. [ Izaak Walton ]

He that hath no honey in his pot, let him have it in his mouth. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Oh, let us fill our hearts up with the glory of the day
And banish every doubt and care and sorrow far away!
For the world is full of roses and the roses full of dew,
And the dew is full of heavenly love that drips for me and you.
[ James Whitcomb Riley ]

Let us, my friends, snatch our opportunity from the passing day. [ Horace ]

Opportunity is rare, and a wise man will never let it go by him. [ Bayard Taylor ]

Come forth into the light of things; let nature be your teacher. [ Wordsworth ]

Let us not burthen our remembrance with a heaviness that's gone. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let pleasure be ever so innocent, the excess is always criminal. [ St Evremond ]

Ha! let the devil seize thee by a hair, and thou art his forever. [ Lessing ]

Studious let me sit, And hold high converse with the mighty Dead. [ Thomson ]

Let him say what he will, men have spoken well of God before now. [ Proverb ]

Let the bugles sound the truce of God to the whole world forever. [ Charles Sumner ]

Let us not strive to rise too high, that we may not fall too low. [ Friedrich Schiller ]

What, therefore, God hath joined together let not man put asunder. [ Bible ]

Let every man, if possible, gather some good books under his roof. [ Channing ]

The great are great only because we are on our knees. Let us rise! [ Prud'homme ]

He that hath horns in his bosom, let him not put them on his head. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Who hath horns in his bosom, let him not put them on his forehead. [ Proverb ]

Let our friends perish, provided our enemies fall along with them. [ Gr. and Lat. Proverb, quoted by Cicero to condemn it ]

Youth is covetous of honour; let not this covetousness seduce thee. [ Friedrich Schiller ]

Let us teach ourselves that honorable step, not to outdo discretion. [ William Shakespeare ]

Court a mistress, she denies you; let her alone, she will court you. [ Ben Jonson ]

Careless men let their end steal upon them unawares, and unprovided. [ Proverb ]

Let the great world spin forever down the ringing grooves of change. [ Tennyson ]

Let grace and goodness be the principle loadstone of thy affections. [ Dryden ]

To live is not to live for one's self alone; let us help one another. [ Menander ]

I am satisfied to trifle away my time, rather than let it stick by me. [ Pope ]

Let every one engage in the business with which he is best acquainted. [ Propertius ]

Let honor be to us as strong an obligation, as necessity is to others. [ Pliny ]

Let the white man's country be my country, and his kindred my kindred. [ Pocahontas ]

Let there be no inscription upon my tomb; let no man write my epitaph. [ Robert Emmet ]

We are charmed by neatness of person; let not thy hair be out of order. [ Ovid ]

Like a dog in a manger, you'll not eat yourself, nor let the horse eat. [ Proverb ]

Let us digest them; otherwise they enter our memory, but not our minds. [ Seneca ]

In prosperity let us most carefully avoid pride, disdain, and arrogance. [ Cicero ]

We are too prone to find fault; let us look for some of the perfections. [ Johann C. F. Von Schiller ]

Hath fortune dealt thee ill cards? Let wisdom make thee a good gamester. [ Quarles ]

Youth is not the era of wisdom; let us therefore have due consideration. [ Rivarol ]

Let our friends perish, provided that our enemies fall at the same time. [ Cicero ]

Let every one mind his own business, and the cows will be well cared for. [ French Proverb ]

The most skillful flattery is to let a person talk on, and be a listener. [ Addison ]

The surest way of making a dupe is to let your victim suppose you are his. [ Bulwer-Lytton ]

When the world frowns, we can face it; but let it smile, and we are undone. [ Edward Bulwer-Lytton ]

Irresolute people let their soup grow cold between the plate and the mouth. [ Cervantes ]

If you let a fool play with you at home, he will do with you in the market. [ Proverb ]

Let youth dance: tempests of the heart arise after the repose of the limbs. [ Lemontey ]

Then let these useless streams be stayed; wear native courage in your face. [ Dr. Watts ]

He who has money to squander, let him employ workmen and not stand by them. [ Italian Proverb ]

They have begun a dispute which the devil will not let them make an end of. [ Proverb ]

Let us not run out of the path of duty, lest we run into the way of danger. [ Rowland Hill ]

Let us not make imaginary evils when we have so many real ones to encounter. [ Goldsmith ]

It is wit to pick a lock and steal a horse, but it is wisdom to let it alone. [ Proverb ]

If you want enemies, excel others; if you want friends, let others excel you. [ Colton ]

Like the dog in the manger, he will neither eat himself nor let the horse eat. [ Proverb ]

Let us consider the reason of the case. For nothing is law that is not reason. [ Sir John Powell ]

Let me wipe off this honorable dew, that silverly doth progress on thy cheeks. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let a broken man cling to his work. If it saves nothing else, it will save him. [ Beecher ]

God said. Let us make man in our image. Man said, Let us make God in our image. [ Douglas Jerrold ]

Since we cannot attain to greatness, let us revenge ourselves by railing at it. [ Montaigne ]

So let them ease their hearts with prate of equal rights, which man never knew. [ Byron ]

I will give you a crown a-piece for your lies, if you will let me have them all. [ Proverb ]

Let me embrace these sour adversities, for wise men say it is the wisest course. [ Shakespeare ]

Long life is denied us; therefore let us do something to show that we have lived. [ Cicero ]

That which will not be spun, let it not come between the spindle and the distaff. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Well, Time is the old justice that examines all such offenders, and let Time try. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let thy child's first lesson be obedience, and the second will be what thou wilt. [ Ben. Franklin ]

I'm not going to buy my kids an encyclopedia. Let them walk to school like I did. [ Yogi Berra ]

Let no man fear to die, we love to sleep all, And death is but the sounder sleep. [ Beaumont ]

Let nothing foul to either eye or ear reach those doors within which dwells a boy. [ Juvenal ]

If you drop your keys into molten lava just let 'em go 'cause, man, they're gone." [ Jack Handey, Deep Thoughts ]

Cultivate habits of neatness, and let your attire be simple, modest, and becoming. [ Mrs. Willard ]

Let the misanthrope shun men and abjure; the most are rather lovable than hateful. [ Tupper ]

Let us be quick to repent of injuries while repentance may not be a barren anguish. [ Dr. Johnson ]

To dazzle let the vain design: to raise the thought, and touch the heart, be thine. [ Pope ]

Let your literary compositions be kept from the public eye for nine years at least. [ Horace ]

If you would have the nuptial union last, Let virtue be the bond that ties it fast. [ Rowe ]

Let the judges answer to the question of law, and the jurors to the matter of fact. [ Law Maxim ]

Let thy mind's sweetness have its operation upon thy body, clothes, and habitation. [ George Herbert ]

Oh! let me live forever on those lips! The nectar of the gods to these is tasteless. [ Dryden ]

He who does evil that good may come pays a toll to the devil to let him into heaven. [ Hare ]

Never let a god interfere unless a difficulty arise worthy of a god's interposition. [ Horace ]

Let us fear the worst, but work with faith; the best will always take care of itself. [ Victor Hugo ]

Let the people take back their praise again, I will do as much as I can without that. [ Proverb ]

Let us be thankful for health and competence, and, above all, for a quiet conscience. [ Izaak Walton ]

If we cannot live so as to be happy, let us at least live so as to deserve happiness. [ Fichte ]

Let not one look of Fortune cast you down; she were not Fortune if she did not frown. [ Earl of Orrery ]

Nature and nature's laws lay hid in night; God said. Let Newton be; and all was light. [ Pope ]

I will fight for you with every breath in my body, and I will never, ever let you down. [ President Donald J. Trump, Presidential Inaugeration Speech, Jan 20, 2017 ]

Let us pray! God is just, he tries us; God is pitiful, he will comfort us; let us pray! [ Joseph Roux ]

Never let your zeal outrun your charity. The former is but human; the latter is divine. [ Hosea Ballou ]

Let the greater part of the news thou hearest be the least part of what thou believest. [ Quarles ]

The more tender our spirits are made by religion, the more ready we are to let in grief. [ Jeremy Taylor ]

Those glorious days, when man said to man, Let us be brothers, or I will knock you down. [ Le Brun ]

Let those who thoughtfully consider the brevity of life remember the length of eternity. [ Bishop Ken ]

Let our lives be pure as snow-fields, where our footsteps leave a mark, but not a stain. [ Madame Swetchine ]

Take time by the forelock. (Make prompt use of anything and not let slip an opportunity.) [ Thales ]

Let him not dare to say anything that is false, nor let him dare to say what is not true. [ Cicero ]

Let us not write at a loose rambling rate, in hope the world will wink at all our faults. [ Roscommon ]

Let no man presume to give advice to others, that has not first given counsel to himself. [ Seneca ]

Let another man praise thee, and not thine own mouth: a stranger, and not thine own lips. [ Bible ]

Nature stretches out her arms to embrace man; only let his thoughts be of equal greatness. [ Ralph Waldo Emerson ]

The garrulous sea is talking to the shore; let us go down and hear the graybeard's speech. [ Alexander Smith ]

Let it make no difference to thee whether thou art cold or warm, if thou art doing thy duty. [ Marcus Aurelius ]

The dog in the manger (that would not let the ox eat the hay which he could not eat himself).

We cannot let our angels go; we do not see that they only go out that archangels may come in. [ Emerson ]

Whatever government is not a government of laws is a despotism, let it be called what it may. [ Daniel Webster ]

Let the character as it began be preserved to the last; and let it be consistent with itself. [ Horace ]

I pack my troubles in as little compass as I can for myself, and never let them annoy others. [ Southey ]

Well, God give them wisdom that have it; and those that are fools, let them use their talents. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let us be content, in work, to do the thing we CAN and not presume to fret because it's little. [ E. B. Browning ]

Let a disciple live as Christ lived, and he will easily believe in living again as Christ does. [ William Mountford ]

O thou invisible spirit of wine, if thou hast no name to be known by, let us call thee - devil! [ William Shakespeare ]

Let friendship creep gently to a height; if it rush to it, it may soon run itself out of breath. [ Thomas Fuller ]

God save the fools, and don't let them run out; for, without them, wise men couldn't get a living. [ Amer. Proverb ]

Let Harlequin be taken with a fit of the colic, and his trappings will have to serve that mood too. [ Thoreau ]

Let us have faith that right makes might; and, in that faith, let us to the end dare to do our duty. [ Abraham Lincoln ]

Let no man measure by a scale of perfection the meager product of reality in this poor world of ours. [ Schiller ]

Service cannot be expected from a friend in service; let him be a freeman who wishes to be my master. [ Martial ]

Let others seek security. My most wretched fortune is secure; for there is no fear of worse to follow. [ Ovid ]

When a beautiful woman yields to temptation, let her consult her pride, though she forgets her virtue. [ Junius ]

Let us proportion our alms to our ability, lest we provoke God to proportion His blessings to our alms. [ Beveridge ]

Let us be of good cheer, remembering that the misfortunes hardest to bear are those which never happen. [ Lowell ]

Begin; to begin is half the work. Let half still remain; again begin this, and thou wilt have finished. [ Ausonius ]

Let every one inquire of himself what he loveth, and he shall resolve himself of whence he is a citizen. [ S. Augustine ]

Be no one like another, yet every one like the Highest; to this end let each one be perfect in himself. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Let men laugh when you sacrifice desire to duty, if they will. You have time and eternity to rejoice in. [ Theodore Parker ]

Let us love! let us enjoy the fugitive hour! Man has no harbor, time has no shores: it runs, and we pass! [ Lamartine ]

Let us attend to the present, and as to the future we shall know how to manage when the occasion arrives. [ Corneille ]

Let literature be an honorable augmentation to your arms, not constitute the coat or fill the escutcheon. [ S. T. Coleridge ]

Let me make the newspapers, and I care not what is preached in the pulpit or what is enacted in congress. [ Wendell Phillips ]

Let us strive to improve ourselves, for we cannot remain stationary; one either progresses or retrogrades. [ Mme. Du Deffand ]

When death consents to let us live a long time, it takes successively as hostages all those we have loved. [ Mme. Necker ]

Let us have faith that right makes might; and in that faith let us dare to do our duty as we understand it. [ Lincoln ]

The coming spring would first appear, and all this place with roses strew, if busy feet would let them grow. [ Waller ]

Let us enjoy the fugitive hour. Man Bias no harbor, time has no shore; it rushes on, and carries us with it. [ Lamartine ]

Let the motive be in the deed, and not in the event. Be not one whose motive for action is the hope of reward. [ Krishna ]

We do not think it necessary to prove that a quack medicine is poison; let the vender prove it to be sanative. [ Macaulay ]

We must be neat in our person, though not over particular; and let us shun boorish and ungenteel slovenliness. [ Cicero ]

Whether zeal or moderation be the point we aim at, let us keep fire out of the one and frost out of the other. [ Addison ]

Let us cling to our principles as the mariner clings to his last plank when night and tempest close around him. [ Adam Woolever ]

You never will be saved by works; but let us tell you most solemnly that you never will be saved without works. [ T. L. Cuyler ]

If you want your neighbor to know what the Christ spirit will do for him, let him see what it has done for you. [ Henry Ward Beecher ]

Blessed is he that continueth where he is; here let us rest and lay out seed-fields; here let us learn to dwell. [ Carlyle ]

A man's nature runs either to herbs or weeds; therefore let him seasonably water the one, and destroy the other. [ Lord Bacon ]

Be content with doing calmly the little which depends upon yourself, and let all else be to you as if it were not. [ Fenelon ]

Chance is always powerful; let your hook always be cast. In a pool where you least expect it there will be a fish. [ Ovid ]

Let me be cruel, not unnatural; I will speak daggers to her; but use none; my tongue and soul in this be hypocrites. [ William Shakespeare ]

Luck affects everything; let your hook always be cast; in the stream where you least expect it, there will be a fish. [ Ovid ]

Blessed is he who has found his work; let him ask no other blessedness. He has a work, a life purpose. Labor is life. [ Carlyle ]

Let them take one foot in your house, and they will soon have taken four (give them an inch and they will take an ell). [ La Fontaine ]

Let us have faith that right makes might, and in that faith let us, to the end, dare to do our duty as we understand it. [ Abraham Lincoln ]

Let go quarrel and contention, nor embroil thyself in trouble and differences by being over-solicitous in thy own defence. [ Thomas à Kempis ]

Let Fortune do her worst, whatever she makes us lose, as long as she never makes us lose our honesty and our independence. [ Pope ]

Since every man that lives is born to die, and none can boast sincere felicity, with equal minds what happens let us bear. [ Dryden ]

Let us not throw away any of our days upon useless resentment, or contend who shall hold out longest in stubborn malignity. [ Johnson ]

When the tongue or the pen is let loose in a frenzy of passion, it is the man, and not the subject, that becomes exhausted. [ Thomas Paine ]

The earth doth not cover our beloved, but heaven hath received him; let us tarry for awhile, and we shall be in his company. [ St. Basil ]

Let no knowledge satisfy but that which lifts above the world, which weans from the world, which makes the world a footstool. [ Spurgeon ]

Great poets try to describe what all men see and to express what all men feel; if they cannot describe it, they let it alone. [ John Ruskin ]

Let no guilty man escape, if it can be avoided. No personal consideration should stand in the way of performing a public duty. [ Ulysses S. Grant ]

Let us not disdain glory too much - nothing is finer except virtue. The height of happiness would be to unite both in this life. [ Chateaubriand ]

Blessed be mirthfulness! It is one of the renovators of the world. Men will let you abuse them if only you will make them laugh. [ Henry Ward Beecher ]

Let us live like those who expect to die, and then we shall find that we feared death only because we were unacquainted with it. [ William Wake ]

Houses are built to live in more than to look on; therefore let use be preferred before uniformity, except where both may be had. [ Bacon ]

He who cannot feel friendship is alike incapable of love. Let a woman beware of the man who owns that he loves no one but herself. [ Talleyrand ]

'Twas but a dream - let it pass - let it vanish like so many others! What I thought was a flower is only a weed, and is worthless. [ Longfellow ]

Let us laugh! Our fathers laughed at their miseries, let us laugh at ours too! Why! Lisette is not cruel, nor is my flagon broken! [ Beranger ]

We do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone, but rather to let it shine as an example, we will shine for everyone to follow. [ President Donald J. Trump, Presidential Inaugeration Speech, Jan 20, 2017 ]

Though thou art disappointed in a hope, never let hope fail thee; though one door is shut, there are thousands still open for thee. [ Rückert ]

Let wickedness escape as it may at the bar, it never fails of doing justice upon itself: for every guilty person is his own hangman. [ Seneca ]

Let us read with method, and propose to ourselves an end to what our studies may point. The use of reading is to aid us in thinking. [ Gibbon ]

Trifles we should not let plague us only, but also gratify us; we should seize not their poison-bags only, but their honey-bags also. [ Richter ]

Dead is she? No; rather let us call ourselves dead, who tire so soon in the service of the Master whom she has gone to serve forever. [ W. S. Smart ]

Since time is not a person we can overtake when he is past, let us honour him with mirth and cheerfulness of heart while he is passing. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

The wretch that would wish the poetry of life and feeling to be extinct, let him forever dwell in flame, in frost, in ever-during night. [ Dante ]

Persevere in the fight, struggle on, do not let go, think magnanimously of man and life, for man is good and life is affluent and fruitful. [ Vauvenargues ]

Let men of all ranks, whether they are successful or unsuccessful, whether they triumph or not - let them do their duty, and rest satisfied. [ Plato ]

Let the current of your being set towards God, then your life will be filled and calmed by one master-passion which unites and stills the soul. [ Alexander Maclaren ]

Let us then be what we are, and speak what we think, and in all things keep ourselves loyal to truth, and the sacred professions of friendship. [ Longfellow ]

Trials teach us what we are; they dig up the soil, and let us see what we are made of; they just turn up some of the ill weeds on to the surface. [ Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Gleanings among the Sheaves ]

Fame may be compared to a scold; the best way to silence her is to let her alone, and she will at last be out of breath in blowing her own trumpet. [ Fuller ]

Let our reason, and not our senses, be the rule of our conduct: for reason will teach us to think wisely, to speak prudently, and to behave worthily. [ Confucius ]

Let men say, we be men of good government; being governed, as the sea is, by our noble and chaste mistress the moon, under whose countenance we steal. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let the day have a blessed baptism by giving your first waking thoughts into the bosom of God. The first hour of the morning is the rudder of the day. [ Beecher ]

If a traveler does not meet with one who is his better or his equal, let him firmly keep to his solitary journey; there is no companionship with a fool. [ Max Muller ]

Be substantially great in thyself, and more than thou appearest unto others; and let the world be deceived in thee, as they are in the lights of heaven. [ Sir Thomas Browne ]

I don't believe that the way to make a man love heaven is to disgust him with earth. Let us love all that is bright and beautiful and good in this world. [ Beecher ]

We should always keep a corner of our heads open and free, that we may make room for the opinions of our friends. Let us have heart and head hospitality. [ Joubert ]

Lie not, neither to thyself, nor man, nor God. Let mouth and heart be one; beat and speak together, and make both felt in action. It is for cowards to lie. [ George Herbert ]

Fame usually comes to those who are thinking about something else; very rarely to those who say to themselves, Go to now, let us be a celebrated individual. [ Oliver Wendell Holmes ]

Shouldst thou fail, let it not trouble thee, for failure (defect) leads to love. If thou canst not free thyself from failure, thou wilt never forgive others. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

In general, we do well to let an opponent's motives alone. We are seldom just to them. Our own motives on such occasions are often worse than those we assail. [ W. E. Channing ]

Let's take the instant by the forward top; for we are old, and on our quick'st decrees the inaudible and noiseless foot of Time steals, ere we can effect them. [ William Shakespeare ]

The essence of true nobility is neglect of self. Let the thought of self pass in, and the beauty of a great action is gone, like the bloom from a soiled flower. [ Froude ]

In your friendship and in your enmities let your confidence and your hostilities have certain bounds; make not the former dangerous, nor the latter irreconcilable. [ Chesterfield ]

Every day is a gift I receive from heaven; let us enjoy today that which it bestows on me. It belongs not more to the young than to me, and tomorrow belongs to no one. [ Mancroix ]

Many do with opportunities as children do at the seashore; they fill their little hands with sand, and then let the grains fall through, one by one, till all are gone. [ Rev. T. Jones ]

A beginner should study the raciest, strongest, best spoken speech, and let the printed speech alone. Write straight from the thought, without bothering about the manner. [ William D. Howells, The Art of Authorship, 1891 ]

Through zeal knowledge is gotten, through lack of zeal knowledge is lost; let a man who knows this double path of gain and loss thus place himself that knowledge may grow. [ Buddha ]

Let me have men about me that are fat; sleek-headed men, and such as sleep o' nights; yonder Cassius has a lean and hungry look; he thinks too much; such men are dangerous. [ William Shakespeare ]

Let it be impressed upon your minds, let it be instilled into your children, that the liberty of the press is the palladium of all the civil, political and religious rights. [ Junius ]

Resolution will sometimes relax, and diligence will sometimes be interrupted; but let no accidental surprise or deviation, whether short or long, dispose you to despondency. [ Johnson ]

If a man begins to read in the middle of a book, and feels an inclination to go on, let him not quit it to go to the beginning. He may perhaps not feel again the inclination. [ Dr. Johnson ]

Flowers so strictly belong to youth, that we adult men soon come to feel that their beautiful generations concern not us; we have had our day; now let the children have theirs. [ R. W. Emerson ]

We do everything by custom, even believe by it; our very axioms, let us boast of our Freethinking as we may, are oftenest simply such beliefs as we have never heard questioned. [ Carlyle ]

Let us recognize the beauty and power of true enthusiasm; and whatever we may do to enlighten ourselves and others, guard against checking or chilling a single earnest sentiment. [ H. T. Tuckerman ]

Education commences at the mother's knee, and every word spoken within the hearing of little children tends toward the formation of character. Let parents bear this ever in mind. [ Hosea Ballou ]

Let every man, if possible, gather some good books under his roof, and obtain access for himself and family to some social library. Almost any luxury should be sacrificed to this. [ William Ellery Channing ]

Too bad you can't just grab a tree by the very tiptop and bend it clear over the ground and then let her fly, because I bet you'd be amazed at all the stuff that comes flying out. [ Jack Handey, Deep Thoughts ]

The female heart is just like a new india-rubber shoe; you may pull and pull at it till it stretches out a yard long; and then let go, and it will fly right back to its old shape. [ Judge Haliburton ]

The clouds consign their treasures to the fields, and, softly shaking on the dimpled pool prelusive drops, let all their moisture flow in large effusion over the freshening world. [ Thomson ]

It's not good to let any kid near a container that has a skull and crossbones on it, because there might be a skeleton costume inside and the kid could put it on and really scare you. [ Jack Handey, Deep Thoughts ]

Let parents who hate their offspring rear them to hate labor, and to inherit riches; and before long they will be stung by every vice, racked by its poison, and damned by its penalty. [ H. W. Beecher ]

He had been eight years upon a project for extracting sunbeams out of cucumbers, which were to be put in phials hermetically sealed, and let out to warm the air in raw inclement seasons. [ Swift ]

When we see our enemies and friends gliding away before us, let us not forget that we are subject to the general law of mortality, and shall soon be where our doom will be fixed forever. [ Johnson ]

Let there be an entire abstinence from intoxicating drinks throughout this country during the period of a single generation, and a mob would be as impossible as combustion without oxygen. [ Horace Mann ]

The business of the dramatist is to keep himself out of sight, and to let nothing appear but his characters. As soon as he attracts notice to his personal feelings, the illusion is broken. [ Macaulay ]

Let death and exile, and all other things which appear terrible, be daily before your eyes, but death chiefly; and you will never entertain any abject thought, nor too eagerly covet anything. [ Epictetus ]

Let us beware of losing our enthusiasms. Let us ever glory in something, and strive to retain our admiration for all that would ennoble, and our interest in all that would enrich and beautify our life. [ Phillips Brooks ]

Surely it is better to enclose the gulf and hinder all access, than by encouraging us to advance a little, to entice us afterwards a little further, and let us perceive our folly only by our destruction. [ Johnson ]

The style of an author is a faithful copy of his mind. If you would write a lucid style, let there first be light in your own mind; and if you would write a grand style, you ought to have a grand character. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Art thou beautiful? Live, then, in accordance with the curious work and frame of the creation, and let the beauty of thy person teach thee to beautify thy mind with holiness, the ornament of the beloved of God. [ Penn ]

A companion that feasts the company with wit and mirth, and leaves out the sin which is usually mixed with them, he is the man; and let me tell you, good company and good discourse are the very sinews of virtue. [ Izaak Walton ]

Of riches it is not necessary to write the praise. Let it, however, be remembered that he who has money to spare has it always in his power to benefit others, and of such power a good man must always be desirous. [ Johnson ]

Let the man who despises style, and says that he attends to the matter, recollect that if the lace is sold at a higher price than the noble metal, it owes its chief value to its elegance, and not to its material. [ Yriarte ]

As flowers never put on their best clothes for Sunday, but wear their spotless raiment and exhale their odor every day, so let your righteous life, free from stain, ever give forth the fragrance of the love of God. [ Henry Ward Beecher ]

An epigram often flashes light into regions where reason shines but dimly. Holmes disposed of a bigot at once, when he compared his mind to the pupil of the eye - the more light you let into it the more it contracts. [ Whipple ]

Let women paint their eyes with tints of chastity, insert into their ears the word of God, tie the yoke of Christ around their necks, and adorn their whole persons with the silk of sanctity and the damask of devotion. [ Tertullian ]

Generally speaking, an author's style is a faithful copy of his mind. If you would write a lucid style, let there first be light in your own mind; and if you would write a grand style, you ought to have a grand character. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

I shall pass through this world but once. Any good thing therefore that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer it or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again. [ A. B. Hegeman ]

Food, improperly taken, not only produces originnl diseases, but affords those that are already engendered both matter and sustenance; so that, let the father of disease be what it may. In temperance is certainly its mother. [ Burton ]

When the passengers gallop by as if fear made them speedy, the cur follows them with an open mouth; let them walk by in confident neglect, and the dog will not stir at all; it is a weakness that every creature takes advantage of. [ J. Beaumont ]

Let the fear of a danger be a spur to prevent it; he that fears otherwise gives advantage to the danger; it is less folly not to endeavor the prevention of the evil thou fearest than to fear the evil which thy endeavor cannot prevent. [ Quarles ]

Let a woman once give you a task, and you are hers, heart and soul; all your care and trouble lend new charms to her for whose sake they are taken. To rescue, to revenge, to instruct, or protect a woman is all the same as to love her. [ Richter ]

Our life is frittered away by detail. Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity! I say, let your affairs be as two or three, and not a hundred or a thousand; instead of a million, count half a dozen, and keep your accounts on your thumb-nail. [ Henry D. Thoreau ]

Let your pen fail, begin to trifle with blotting-paper, look at the ceiling, bite your nails, and otherwise dally with your purpose, and you waste your time, scatter your thoughts, and repress the nervous energy necessary for your task. [ G. H. Lewes ]

I think half the troubles for which men go slouching in prayer to God are caused by their intolerable pride. Many of our cares are but a morbid way of looking at our privileges. We let our blessings get mouldy, and then call them curses. [ Beecher ]

Laissez faire, the "let alone" principle, is, in all things which man has to do with, the principle of death. It is ruin to him, certain and total, if he lets his land alone, if he lets his fellow-men alone, if he lets his own soul alone. [ John Ruskin ]

Let us not envy some men their accumulated riches; their burden would be too heavy for us; we could not sacrifice, as they do, health, quiet, honor, and conscience, to obtain them: it is to pay so dear for them that the bargain is a loss. [ Bruyere ]

Let your sleep be necessary and healthful, not idle and expensive of time, beyond the needs and conveniences of nature; and sometimes be curious to see the preparation which the sun makes when he is coming forth from his chambers of the east. [ Jeremy Taylor ]

We cannot part with our friends. We cannot let our angels go. We do not see that they only go out that archangels may come in. We are idolaters of the old. We do not believe in the richness of the soul, in its proper eternity and omnipresence. [ Ralph Waldo Emerson ]

A certain amount of opposition is a great help to a man. Kites rise against and not with the wind. Even a head wind is better than none. No man ever worked his passage anywhere in a dead calm. Let no man wax pale, therefore, because of opposition. [ John Neal ]

Let him speak of his own deeds, and not of those of his forefathers. High birth is mere accident, and not a virtue; for if reason had controlled birth, and given empire only to the worthy, perhaps Arbaces would have been Xerxes, and Xerxes Arbaces. [ Metastasio ]

If ever you have looked on better days, if ever been where bells have knolled to church, if ever sat at any good man's feast, if ever from your eyelids wiped a tear and know what it is to pity and be pitied, let gentleness my strong enforcement sue. [ William Shakespeare ]

Hath fortune dealt thee ill cards? let wisdom make thee a good gamester. In a fair gale, every fool may sail, but wise behavior in a storm commends the wisdom of a pilot; to bear adversity with an equal mind is both the sign and glory of a brave spirit. [ Quarles ]

Dress has a moral effect upon the conduct of mankind. Let any gentleman find himself with dirty boots, old surtout, soiled neckcloth and a general negligence of dress, and he will in all probability find a corresponding disposition by negligence of address. [ Sir Jonah Barrington ]

The grave is a sacred workshop of nature! a chamber for the figure of the body; death and life dwell here together as man and wife. They are one body, they are in union; God has joined them together, and what God hath joined together let no man put asunder. [ Hippel ]

I have never taken any exercise, except sleeping and resting, and I never intend to take any. Exercise is loathsome. And it cannot be any benefit when you are tired; and I was always tired. But let another person try my way, and see where he will come out. [ Mark Twain, Seventieth Birthday speech ]

Let us pity the wicked man; for it is very sad to seek happiness where it does not exist. Let our compassion express itself in efforts to bring him gently back to sacred principle, and if he persist, let us pity him the more for a blindness so fatal to himself. [ De Charnage ]

It were happy if we studied nature more in natural things; and acted according to nature, whose rules are few, plain, and most reasonable. Let us begin where she begins, go her pace, and close always where she ends, and we cannot miss of being good naturalists. [ William Penn ]

Beauty in dress, as in other things, is largely relative. To admit this is to admit that a dress which is beautiful upon one woman may be hideous worn by another. Each should understand her own style, accept it, and let the fashion of her dress be built upon it. [ Miss Oakey ]

Style is the dress of thoughts; and let them be ever so just, if your style is homely, coarse, and vulgar, they will appear to as much disadvantage, and be as ill received, as your person, though ever so well proportioned, would if dressed in rags, dirt, and tatters. [ Chesterfield ]

That fine part of our construction, the eye, seems as much the receptacle and seat of our passions as the mind itself; and at least it is the outward portal to introduce them to the house within, or rather the common thoroughfare to let our affections pass in and out. [ Addison ]

It would not be more unreasonable to transplant a favorite flower out of black earth into gold dust than it is for a person to let money-getting harden his heart into contempt, or into impatience, of the little attentions, the merriments and the caresses of domestic life. [ Mountford ]

In beginning the world, if you don't wish to get chafed at every turn, fold up your pride carefully, put it under lock and key, and only let it out to air upon grand occasions. Pride is a garment all stiff brocade outside, all grating sackcloth on the side next to the skin. [ Lytton ]

The eye is continually influenced by what it cannot detect; nay, it is not going too far to say that it is most influenced by what it detects least. Let the painter define, if he can, the variations of lines on which depend the change of expression in the human countenance. [ Ruskin ]

Blessings we enjoy daily; and for most of them, because they be so common, most men forget to pay their praises; but let not us, because it is a sacrifice so pleasing to Him that made the sun and us, and still protects us, and gives us flowers and showers and meat and content. [ Izaak Walton ]

With a clear sky, a bright sun, and a gentle breeze, you have friends in plenty; but let fortune frown, and the firmament be overcast, and then your friends will prove like the strings of the lute, of which you tighten ten before you find one that will bear the stretch and keep the pitch. [ Gotthold ]

When you take the wires of the cage apart, you do not hurt the bird, but help it. You let it out of its prison. How do you know that death does not help me when it takes the wires of my cage down? - that it does not release me, and put me into some better place, and better condition of life? [ Bishop Randolph S. Foster ]

The gracious and self-sacrificing and womanly women of our revolution wore dresses cut lower than those of their great-granddaughters, as any portrait gallery will show. The dress is indefensible, but let us not be too ready to condemn the wearer for worse sins than thoughtlessness and vanity. [ Mrs. L. G. Calhoun ]

By eloquence I understand those appeals to our moral perceptions that produce emotion as soon as they are uttered. This is the very enthusiasm that is the parent of poetry. Let the same man go to his closet and clothe in numbers conceptions full of the same fire and spirit, and they will be poetry. [ Bryant ]

We may put too high a premium on speech from platform and pulpit; at the bar and in the legislative hall, and pay dear for the whistle of our endless harangues. England, and especially Germany, are less loquacious, and attend more to business. We let the eagle, and perhaps too often the peacock, scream. [ Bartol ]

Let every mother consider herself as an instrument in the hands of Providence - let her reflect on the immense importance the proper education of one single family may eventually prove; and that, while the fruit of her labors may descend to generations yet unborn, she will herself reap a glorious reward. [ Miss Hamilton ]

Motives are symptoms of weakness, and supplements for the deficient energy of the living principle, the law within us. Let them then be reserved for those momentous acts and duties in which the strongest and best balanced natures must feel themselves deficient, and where humility no less than prudence prescribes deliberation. [ Coleridge ]

Harmony of period and melody of style have greater weight than is generally imagined in the judgment we pass upon writing and writers. As a proof of this, let us reflect what texts of scripture, what lines in poetry, or what periods we most remember and quote, either in verse or prose, and we shall find them to be only musical ones. [ Shenstone ]

Fear can sometimes be a useful emotion. For instance, let's say you're an astronaut on the moon and you fear that your partner has been turned into Dracula. The next time he goes out for the moon pieces, wham!, you just slam the door behind him and blast off. He might call you on the radio and say he's not Dracula, but you just say, Think again, bat man. [ Jack Handey, Deep Thoughts ]

Let the foundation of thy affection be virtue, then make the building as rich and as glorious as thou canst; if the foundation be beauty or wealth, and the building virtue, the foundation is too weak for the building, and it will fall: happy is he, the palace of whose affection is founded upon virtue, walled with riches, glazed with beauty, and roofed with honor. [ Quarles ]

Let any man examine his thoughts, and he will find them ever occupied with the past or the future. We scarcely think at all of the present; or if we do, it is only to borrow the light which it gives, for regulating the future. The present is never our object; the past and the present we use as means; the future only is our end. Thus, we never live, we only hope to live. [ Pascal ]

If you're a Thanksgiving dinner, but you don't like the stuffing or the cranberry sauce or anything else, just pretend like you're eating it, but instead, put it all in your lap and form it into a big mushy ball. Then, later, when you're out back having cigars with the boys, let out a big fake cough and throw the ball to the ground. Then say, Boy, these are good cigars! [ Jack Handey, Deep Thoughts ]

We must have kings, we must have nobles; nature is always providing such in every society; only let us have the real instead of the titular. In every society some are born to rule, and some to advise. The chief is the chief all the world over, only not his cap and plume. It is only this dislike of the pretender which makes men sometimes unjust to the true and finished man. [ Emerson ]

It is not every man that can afford to wear a shabby coat; and worldly wisdom dictates to her disciples the propriety of dressing somewhat beyond their means, but of living somewhat within them, - for every one sees how we dress, but none see how we live, except we choose to let them. But the truly great are, by universal suffrage, exempted from these trammels, and may live or dress as they please. [ Colton ]

Health is certainly more valuable than money; because it is by health that money is procured; but thousands and millions are of small avail to alleviate the protracted tortures of the gout, to repair the broken organs of sense, or resuscitate the powers of digestion. Poverty is, indeed, an evil from which we naturally fly, but let us not run from one enemy to another, nor take shelter in the arms of sickness. [ Johnson ]

As long as there are cold and nakedness in the land around you, so long can there be no question at all but that splendor of dress is a crime. In due time, when we have nothing better to set people to work at, it may be right to let them make lace and cut jewels; but as long as there are any who have no blankets for their beds, and no rags for their bodies, so long it is blanketmaking and tailoring we must set people to work at, not lace. [ Ruskin ]

How fitting to have every day, in a vase of water on your table, the wild flowers of the season which are just blossoming. Can any house be said to be furnished without them? Shall we be so forward to pluck the fruits of Nature and neglect her flowers? These are surely her finest influences. So may the season suggest the thoughts it is fitted to suggest. Let me know what pictures Nature is painting, what poetry she is writing, what ode composing now. [ Thoreau ]

There are many persons of combative tendencies, who read for ammunition, and dig out of the Bible iron for balls. They read, and they find nitre and charcoal and sulphur for powder. They read, and they find cannon. They read, and they make portholes and embrasures. And if a man does not believe as they do, they look upon him as an enemy, and let fly the Bible at him to demolish him. So men turn the word of God into a vast arsenal, filled with all manner of weapons, offensive and defensive. [ H. W. Beecher ]

When the desire of wealth is taking hold of the heart, let us look round and see how it operates upon those whose industry or fortune has obtained it. When we find them oppressed with their own abundance, luxurious with out pleasure, idle without ease, impatient and querulous in themselves, and despised or hated by the rest of mankind, we shall soon be convinced that if the real wants of our condition are satisfied, there remains little to be sought with solicitude or desired with eagerness. [ Dr. Johnson ]

The drama is not a mere copy of nature, not a facsimile. It is the free running hand of genius, under the impression of its liveliest wit or most passionate impulses, a thousand times adorning or feeling all as it goes; and you must read it, as the healthy instinct of audiences almost always does, if the critics will let them alone, with a grain of allowance, and a tendency to go away with as much of it for use as is necessary, and the rest for the luxury of laughter, pity, or poetical admiration. [ Leigh Hunt ]

We cannot describe the natural history of the soul, but we know that it is divine. All things are known to the soul. It is not to be surprised by any communication. Nothing can be greater than it. Let those fear and those fawn who will. The soul is in her native realm; and it is wider than space, older than time, wide as hope, rich as love. Pusillanimity and fear she refuses with a beautiful scorn; they are not for her who putteth on her coronation robes, and goes out through universal love to universal power. [ Emerson ]

Let us now suppose that in the mind of each man there is an aviary of all sorts of birds some flocking together apart from the rest, others in small groups, others solitary, flying anywhere and everywhere. . . . We may suppose that the birds are kinds of knowledge, and that when we were children, this receptacle was empty; whenever a man has gotten and detained in the enclosure a kind of knowledge, he may be said to have learned or discovered the thing which is the subject of the knowledge: and this is to know. [ Dialogues, Theaetetus ]

If a man were only to deal in the world for a day, and should never have occasion to converse more with mankind, never more need their good opinion or good word, it were then no great matter (speaking as to the concernments of this world), if a man spent his reputation all at once, and ventured it at one throw; but if he be to continue in the world, and would have the advantage of conversation while he is in it, let him make use of truth and sincerity in all his words and actions; for nothing but this will last and hold out to the end. [ Tillotson ]

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omelet omelette omelettes

osselet osselets

outlet outlets

owlet owlets

palette palettes

pallet palletisation palletisations repalletisations

pallet palletisation repalletisation repalletisations

pallet palletise palletised repalletised

pallet palletise palletised unpalletised

pallet palletise palletiser depalletiser depalletisers

pallet palletise palletiser palletisers depalletisers

pallet palletise palletises repalletises

pallet palletise repalletise repalletised

pallet palletise repalletise repalletises

pallet palletising repalletising

pallet palletization palletizations repalletizations

pallet palletization repalletization repalletizations

pallet palletize palletized repalletized

pallet palletize palletized unpalletized

pallet palletize palletizer depalletizer depalletizers

pallet palletize palletizer palletizers depalletizers

pallet palletize palletizes repalletizes

pallet palletize repalletize repalletized

pallet palletize repalletize repalletizes

pallet palletizing repalletizing

pallet pallets

pamphlet pamphletage

pamphlet pamphletary

pamphlet pamphleteer pamphleteered

pamphlet pamphleteer pamphleteering pamphleteerings

pamphlet pamphleteer pamphleteers

pamphlet pamphleting pamphletings

pamphlet pamphletise pamphletised

pamphlet pamphletise pamphletises

pamphlet pamphletising

pamphlet pamphletize pamphletized

pamphlet pamphletize pamphletizes

pamphlet pamphletizing

pamphlet pamphlets

pamphlet pamphletwise

pantalet pantaletless

pantalet pantalets

pantalet pantalette pantaletted

pantalet pantalette pantaletteless

pantalet pantalette pantalettes


pellet pelleted repelleted

pellet pelleting repelleting

pellet pellets repellets

pellet repellet repelleted

pellet repellet repelleting

pellet repellet repellets

phablet phablets

phenylethyl phenylethylamine phenylethylamines

phenylethyl phenylethylbarbituric

phenylethyl phenylethylene phenylethylenes

phenylethyl phenylethylene tetranaphenylethylene

phenylethyl phenylethylmalonylurea

phosphatidylethanolamine phosphatidylethanolamines

piglet piglets

platelet antiplatelet antiplatelets

platelet platelets antiplatelets

playlet playlets

plethora plethoral

plethora plethoras


plethysmogram plethysmograms

plethysmograph plethysmographic plethysmographically

plethysmograph plethysmographies

plethysmograph plethysmographs rheoplethysmographs

plethysmograph plethysmography

plethysmograph rheoplethysmograph rheoplethysmographs

pointlet pointlets


portlet portlets

proletarian nonproletarian

proletarian proletarianisation proletarianisations

proletarian proletarianise proletarianised

proletarian proletarianise proletarianises

proletarian proletarianising

proletarian proletarianism

proletarian proletarianization proletarianizations

proletarian proletarianize proletarianized

proletarian proletarianize proletarianizes

proletarian proletarianizing

proletarian proletarianness

proletarian proletarians

proletariat lumpenproletariat lumpenproletariats

proletariat nonproletariat

proletariat proletariate proletariates

proletariat proletariats lumpenproletariats

proletarisation proletarisations

proletarise proletarised

proletarise proletarises


proletarization proletarizations

proletarize proletarized

proletarize proletarizes


pullet pullets

quadruplet quadruplets

quillet quilleted

quillet quillets

quintuplet quintuplets

replete repleted

replete repletely

replete repleteness

replete repletes


repletion repletions

repletive repletively

repletive repletiveness

riblet driblet driblets

riblet riblets driblets


rillet rillets

ringlet ringleted

ringlet ringlets springlets

ringlet springlet springlets

ripplet ripplets

riverlet riverlets

rivulet rivulets

rootlet rootlets

roselet roselets

roulette rouletted

roulette rouletter rouletters

roulette roulettes

roundlet roundlets

saddletree saddletrees

scarlet scarlets

septuplet septuplets

servlet servlets

sextuplet sextuplets

shibboleth shibbolethic shibbolethical shibbolethically

shibboleth shibboleths

shrublet shrublets

sickletail sickletails

simpleton simpletons

singlet singleton singletons

singlet singlets

skeletal chondroskeletal chondroskeletally

skeletal cytoskeletal

skeletal dermatoskeletal dermatoskeletally

skeletal dermoskeletal

skeletal ectoskeletal ectoskeletally

skeletal endoskeletal endoskeletally

skeletal exoskeletal

skeletal hydroskeletal

skeletal musculoskeletal musculoskeletals

skeletal musculoskeletal nonmusculoskeletal

skeletal neuroskeletal

skeletal nonskeletal nonskeletally

skeletal pseudoskeletal

skeletal skeletally chondroskeletally

skeletal skeletally dermatoskeletally

skeletal skeletally ectoskeletally

skeletal skeletally endoskeletally

skeletal skeletally nonskeletally

skeletal skeletally splanchnoskeletally

skeletal skeletally visceroskeletally

skeletal splanchnoskeletal splanchnoskeletally

skeletal visceroskeletal visceroskeletally


skeleton chondroskeleton

skeleton cytoskeleton cytoskeletons

skeleton dermaskeleton dermaskeletons

skeleton dermatoskeleton dermatoskeletons

skeleton dermoskeleton dermoskeletons

skeleton ectoskeleton ectoskeletons

skeleton endoskeleton endoskeletons

skeleton exoskeleton exoskeletons

skeleton hydroskeleton hydroskeletons

skeleton neuroskeleton

skeleton pseudoskeleton pseudoskeletons

skeleton skeletonisation skeletonisations

skeleton skeletonise skeletonised unskeletonised

skeleton skeletonise skeletoniser skeletonisers

skeleton skeletonise skeletonises

skeleton skeletonising

skeleton skeletonization skeletonizations

skeleton skeletonize skeletonized unskeletonized

skeleton skeletonize skeletonizer skeletonizers

skeleton skeletonize skeletonizes

skeleton skeletonizing

skeleton skeletonless

skeleton skeletonlike

skeleton skeletons cytoskeletons

skeleton skeletons dermaskeletons

skeleton skeletons dermatoskeletons

skeleton skeletons dermoskeletons

skeleton skeletons ectoskeletons

skeleton skeletons endoskeletons

skeleton skeletons exoskeletons

skeleton skeletons hydroskeletons

skeleton skeletons pseudoskeletons

skeleton skeletons splanchnoskeletons

skeleton splanchnoskeleton splanchnoskeletons

skeleton zonoskeleton

skillet skilletfish skilletfishes

skillet skillets


snaggletooth snaggletoothed

snakelet snakelets

spikelet spikelets

spinelet spinelets

stalklet stalklets

starlet starlets

starlet starlette starlettes

stiletto stilettoed

stiletto stilettoes

stiletto stilettolike

stiletto stilettos

streamlet streamlets

stylet stylets

sublet sublethal

sublet sublets

sublet sublettable

sublet subletter subletters

sublet subletting sublettings

subtleties nonsubtleties

subtlety nonsubtlety


tablet tabletop tabletopped

tablet tabletop tabletopping tabletoppings

tablet tabletop tabletops

tablet tablets

tartlet tartlets

tattletale tattletales

teletext teletexts

teletheater teletheaters

telethermogram telethermograms

telethermograph telethermographs

telethermometer telethermometers


telethermoscope telethermoscopes

telethon telethons


teletranscription teletranscriptions

teletron teletrons

teletype radioteletype radioteletypes

teletype teletyped

teletype teletyper teletypers

teletype teletypes radioteletypes

teletype teletypes teletypesetter teletypesetters

teletype teletypes teletypesetting

teletype teletypewriter teletypewriters


teletypist teletypists

tittletattle tittletattled

tittletattle tittletattler tittletattlers

tittletattle tittletattles


toilet toileted

toilet toileting

toilet toiletries

toilet toiletry

toilet toilets

toilet toilette toilettes

toilet toiletware toiletwares

towelette towelettes

treelet treelets

tricklet tricklets

triplet triplets

umbellet umbellets

underlet underlets

underlet underletter underletters

underlet underletting

valet valeted

valet valeting

valet valets

veinulet veinulets

verselet verselets

vinelet vinelets

violet ultraviolet ultraviolets

violet violets ultraviolets

wallet walletful walletfuls

wallet wallets walletsful

warblet warblets

wavelet wavelets

whiffletree whiffletrees

whippletree whippletrees

wiglet wiglets

winglet swingletail swingletails

winglet winglets

wrenlet wrenlets

wristlet wristlets


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