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    Wise Sayings


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    The better the day, the better the deed.

    Source: Dutch
    The boor looks after a cent as the devil after a soul.

    Source: Dutch
    The bow must not be always bent.

    Source: Dutch
    The candle that goes before gives the best light.

    Source: Dutch
    The counterfeit image of a pot with two ears.

    Source: Dutch
    The devil has his martyrs among men.

    Source: Dutch
    The devil is not so black as he is painted.

    Source: Dutch
    The devil take the hindmost.

    Source: Dutch
    The devil's in the cards, said Sam, four aces and not a single trump.

    Source: Dutch
    The end crowns all.

    Source: Dutch
    The end of mirth is the beginning of sorrow.

    Source: Dutch
    The end of passion is the beginning of repentance.

    Source: Dutch
    The eye of the master makes the horse fat, and that of the mistress the chambers neat.

    Source: Dutch
    The eyes are bigger than the belly.

    Source: Dutch
    The farther from Rome the nearer to God.

    Source: Dutch
    The first in the boat has the choice of oars.

    Source: Dutch
    The first occasion offered quickly take, lest thou repine at what thou didst forsake.

    Source: Dutch
    The fly flutters about the candle till at last it gets burnt.

    Source: Dutch
    The fox may lose his hair, but not his cunning.

    Source: Dutch
    The fox never fares better than when he's bann'd.

    Source: Dutch
    The friar preached against stealing when he had a pudding in his sleeve.

    Source: Dutch
    The frog will jump back into the pool, although it sits on a golden stool.

    Source: Dutch
    The frost hurts not weeds.

    Source: Dutch
    The fruit falls not far from the stem.

    Source: Dutch
    The generous man enriches himself by giving; the miser hoards himself poor.

    Source: Dutch
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