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    Wise Sayings


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    But for all that the honest man has not got his purse.

    Source: French
    But may not truth in laughing guise be dressed?

    Source: French
    By beating love decays.

    Source: French
    By biting and scratching cats and dogs come together.

    Source: French
    By candle-light a goat looks like a lady.

    Source: French
    By dint of going wrong all will come right.

    Source: French
    By telling our woes we often assuage them.

    Source: French
    By working in the smithy one becomes a smith.

    Source: French
    By writing we learn to write.

    Source: French
    Cabbage for cabbage.

    Source: French
    Cherries are bitter to the glutted blackbird.

    Source: French
    Children and fools are prophets.

    Source: French
    Children and fools have merry lives.

    Source: French
    Children are what they are made.

    Source: French
    Christmas has been talked of so long that it has come at last.

    Source: French
    Civility costs nothing.

    Source: French
    Communities begin by building their kitchen.

    Source: French
    Company in distress makes trouble less.

    Source: French
    Comparison is not proof.

    Source: French
    Contrivance is better than force.

    Source: French
    Could a man foresee events he would never be poor.

    Source: French
    Counted sheep are eaten by the wolf.

    Source: French
    Courage is often caused by fear.

    Source: French
    Courtesy that is all on one side cannot last long.

    Source: French
    Courting and wooing brings dallying and doing.

    Source: French
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