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    Wise Sayings


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    The goose hisses, but does not bite.

    Source: Dutch
    The less said the sooner mended.

    Source: Dutch
    The less wit a man has, the less he knows that he wants it.

    Source: Dutch
    The magpie cannot leave her hopping.

    Source: Dutch
    The master's eye and foot are the best manure for the field.

    Source: Dutch
    The maw costs much.

    Source: Dutch
    The monk preached against stealing, and had the good in his larder.

    Source: Dutch
    The more servants the worse service.

    Source: Dutch
    The more you stir a turd, the more it stinks.

    Source: Dutch
    The most learned are not the wisest.

    Source: Dutch
    The most noble dog can only bark.

    Source: Dutch
    The mouse that hath but one hold is soon caught.

    Source: Dutch
    The nearest boor is the nearest kinsman when the calf lies in the ditch.

    Source: Dutch
    The nobler the tree, the more pliant the twig.

    Source: Dutch
    The noblest vengeance is to forgive.

    Source: Dutch
    The old ones sing, the young ones pipe.

    Source: Dutch
    The older one grows the more one learns.

    Source: Dutch
    The open door invites the thief.

    Source: Dutch
    The pitcher goes so long to the well that it breaks at last.

    Source: Dutch
    The pot upbraids the kettle that it is black.

    Source: Dutch
    The praise of fools is censure in disguise.

    Source: Dutch
    The price of a laugh is too high, if it is raised at the expense of another.

    Source: Dutch
    The rich devour the poor, and the devil devours the rich and so both are devoured.

    Source: Dutch
    The rich have many friends.

    Source: Dutch
    The rich man has his ice in the summer and the poor man gets his in the winter.

    Source: Dutch
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