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    Wise Sayings


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    So got, so gone.

    Source: Dutch
    Soft and fair goeth far.

    Source: Dutch
    Soon fire, soon ashes.

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    Soon grass, soon hay.

    Source: Dutch
    Soon ripe, soon rotten; soon wise, soon foolish.

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    Sooner or later the truth comes to light.

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    Sorrow will pay no debts.

    Source: Dutch
    Sow not money on the sea, lest it sink.

    Source: Dutch
    Spare at the spigot, and let out the bunghole.

    Source: Dutch
    Spare the rod and spoil the child.

    Source: Dutch
    Speaking is silver, silence is gold.

    Source: Dutch
    Starved lice bite the hardest.

    Source: Dutch
    Stay a while, and lose a mile.

    Source: Dutch
    Step by step one goes far.

    Source: Dutch
    Still waters are deep.

    Source: Dutch
    Stock-fish are made tender by much beating.

    Source: Dutch
    Strain not your bow beyond its bent, lest it break.

    Source: Dutch
    Stretch your legs no farther than your coverlet.

    Source: Dutch
    Strew no roses before swine.

    Source: Dutch
    Supple as a glove.

    Source: Dutch
    Surfeits slay mae than swords.

    Source: Dutch
    Sweep before your own door before you look after your neighbour's.

    Source: Dutch
    Take a horse by his bridle and a man by his word.

    Source: Dutch
    Take counsel before it goes ill, lest it go worse.

    Source: Dutch
    Take nothing in hand that may bring repentance.

    Source: Dutch
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