Quotes, Sayings & Idioms
Leave well – even “pretty well” – alone: that is what I learn as I get old.
Edward Fitzgerald, English poet, 1809 – 1883
leave … alone – don’t touch
(Reference to the saying “Leave well enough alone”.)
Soon learnt, soon forgotten.
– It is easy to forget something that has been learnt too quickly.
learnt – past tense of learn (US: learned)
Let it all hang out = behave freely without worrying about what others may think of you (very informal)
Take it easy, George! have a drink! Take off that tie! Let it all hang out!
behave – act, conduct yourself