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    Wise Sayings


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    By slow degrees the bird builds his nest.

    Source: Dutch
    By the living we bury the dead.

    Source: Dutch
    Caress your dog, and he'll spoil your clothes.

    Source: Dutch
    Caution is the parent of delicate beer-glasses.

    Source: Dutch
    Cent-wisdom and dollar-folly.

    Source: Dutch
    Clothes make the man.

    Source: Dutch
    Coffee has two virtues, it is wet and warm.

    Source: Dutch
    Coin a phrase.

    Source: Dutch
    Cold broth hot again, that loved I never; Old love renew'd again, that loved I ever.

    Source: Dutch
    Common fame seldom lies.

    Source: Dutch
    Common Goods, no goods.

    Source: Dutch
    Correction bringeth fruit.

    Source: Dutch
    Counsel before action.

    Source: Dutch
    Counsel is as welcome to him as a shoulder of mutton to a sick horse.

    Source: Dutch
    Counsel is irksome when the matter is past remedy.

    Source: Dutch
    Coupled sheep drown one another.

    Source: Dutch
    Cover up the pot, there's an eel in it.

    Source: Dutch
    Covetousness is never satisfied till its mouth is filled with earth.

    Source: Dutch
    Creaking carts last the longest.

    Source: Dutch
    Cream doesn't rise to the top, it works its way up.

    Source: Dutch
    Darkness and night are mothers of thought.

    Source: Dutch
    Daughters are brittle ware.

    Source: Dutch
    Daughters may be seen but not heard.

    Source: Dutch
    Death is in the pot.

    Source: Dutch
    Death is nature's way of telling you to slow down.

    Source: Dutch
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