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    Wise Sayings


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    Great talkers are little doers.

    Source: Dutch
    Great wealth, great care.

    Source: Dutch
    Great weights may hang on small wires.

    Source: Dutch
    Guessing is missing.

    Source: Dutch
    Half a word to the wise is enough.

    Source: Dutch
    Hannibal is at the gate.

    Source: Dutch
    Hares are not caught with drums.

    Source: Dutch
    Hasty questions require slow answers.

    Source: Dutch
    Hasty speed don't oft succeed.

    Source: Dutch
    He burns the candle at both ends.

    Source: Dutch
    He buys honey dear who has to lick it off thorns.

    Source: Dutch
    He cannot lay eggs, but he can cackle.

    Source: Dutch
    He counts his chickens before they are hatched.

    Source: Dutch
    He covers me with his wings, and bites me with his bill.

    Source: Dutch
    He earns a farthing and has a penn'orth of thirst.

    Source: Dutch
    He fell with his nose in the butter.

    Source: Dutch
    He gapes like a clown at a fair.

    Source: Dutch
    He has a ton of knowledge, but the bottom is out.

    Source: Dutch
    He has a wolf-conscience.

    Source: Dutch
    He has him under his thumb.

    Source: Dutch
    He has lost the nest-egg.

    Source: Dutch
    He has seen the wolf.

    Source: Dutch
    He has the Bible on his lips, but not in his heart.

    Source: Dutch
    He heed have plenty of meal who would stop every man's mouth.

    Source: Dutch
    He howls with the wolves, and bleats with the sheep.

    Source: Dutch
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