– Sayings – Letter L –
A collection of common and not-so-common Sayings starting with the Letter “L” – Organized by Subject, Object, or however it logically makes sense. 😉
“Act In Haste, Repent At Leisure“ – This Saying can also be classified as an Aphorism, an Interjection, or a Proverb, which is used to mean that: if one does something quickly and without caring about the quality or outcome (to act in haste), then he or she will feel very bad or entirely un-satisfied about it later (repent in leisure) and will most likely have to do “it” over. – (See Also: “Haste Makes Waste“) –
“Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining“ – This Idiomatic Saying can also be classified as an Aphorism, an Interjection, and a Proverb, to express that… every “bad” or un-pleasant situation has an aspect of something beneficial or advantageous. This phrase is usually used to describe a situation which is happening or has already happened – or as a reminder to someone who is experiencing (or is about to experience) an un-pleasant situation – so that the person can perceive the circumstances with a more optimistic attitude. –
“Let’s Call It A Day” – See: Sayings – Letter “C”, for “Call”
“The Best Revenge Is Living Well” – This is a Saying, an Aphorism, and a Proverb which can also be used as an Interjection to express that one should not think about getting “revenge” against someone, but instead to “live well” – To find out more, read the whole blog post…
“When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemonade” – This is a saying which means: If you are presented with a less than favorable situation, then try to turn it into something beneficial; Make the best of a bad situation.
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