But most importantly, and lest we all forget, Juan Pablo reminds us constantly that he has a daughter.
lest anyone mistake the exploration of concepts here for any sort of advocacy for violence, he or she has missed the point.
This, lest we forget, remains the modern prototype for a quintessentially retrograde act.
He said it would be wise to stop taking it, lest it turn on my “genetic light switch.”
In fact, I think it is time to place the concept in storage for a while lest it become an utterly meaningless cliché.
That's why I come, lest this appointment should ha' proved a pitfall to you.
But we were afraid to lose sight of the bridge, lest we should get all adrift.
"Surely you will forgive me," he began in fear, lest he had offended.
But we should be cautious in passing our judgment, lest we also be judged.
I could see he was quaking for his nuptialities--lest Maria should not be in full beauty.
c.1200, contracted from Middle English phrase les te "less that," from Old English phrase þy læs þe "whereby less that," from þy, instrumental case of demonstrative article þæt "that" + læs (see less) + þe "the." The þy was dropped and the remaining two words contracted into leste.