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    Wise Sayings


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    Good morrow spectacles, farewell lasses.

    Source: French
    Good nature without prudence is foolishness.

    Source: French
    Good repute is better than a golden belt.

    Source: French
    Good watching drives away ill-luck.

    Source: French
    Good wine makes the horse go.

    Source: French
    Good wine needs no sign.

    Source: French
    Good wine needs no vine.

    Source: French
    Gratitude is the heart's memory.

    Source: French
    Gratitude is the least of virtues, but ingratitude the worst of vices.

    Source: French
    Gray and green make the worst medley.

    Source: French
    Grease a churl's boots and he'll say you are burning them.

    Source: French
    Great boaster, little doer.

    Source: French
    Great boasters, little doers.

    Source: French
    Great disputing repels truth.

    Source: French
    Great scholars are not the shrewdest men.

    Source: French
    Great talkers are not great doers.

    Source: French
    Great talkers, little doers.

    Source: French
    Great thieves always have their sleeves full of gags.

    Source: French
    Great wits meet.

    Source: French
    Greater qualities are needed to bear good fortune than bad.

    Source: French
    Half figs, half raisins.

    Source: French
    Half the truth is often a whole lie.

    Source: French
    Handsomely asked, handsomely refused.

    Source: French
    Hang a thief when he's young, and he'll not steal when he's old.

    Source: French
    Happy is the man who has a handsome wife close to an abbey.

    Source: French
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