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    Wise Sayings


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    Horse, don't die yet, grass is coming.

    Source: French
    Horses for courses.

    Source: French
    Horses run after benefices and asses get them.

    Source: French
    Hot sup, hot swallow.

    Source: French
    Hunger looks in at the industrious man's door but dares not enter.

    Source: French
    I know by my own pot how the others boil.

    Source: French
    I know on which side my bread is buttered.

    Source: French
    I never saw a silent rich man.

    Source: French
    I never saw an oft-removed tree, Nor yet an oft-removed family, That throve so well as one that settled be.

    Source: French
    I sing the song of the person whose bread I eat.

    Source: French
    If a man would learn to pray let him go often to sea.

    Source: French
    If it can lick, it can bite.

    Source: French
    If it only depends on swearing, the cow is ours.

    Source: French
    If the sky were to fall we should catch plenty of larks.

    Source: French
    If the weather is fine, put on you cloak; if it rains, do as you please.

    Source: French
    If we pay for the music we will join in the dance.

    Source: French
    If wishes were true, shepherds would be kings.

    Source: French
    If wishes would bide, beggars would ride.

    Source: French
    If you cannot say it, point to it with your finger.

    Source: French
    If you have a sore eye wipe it with your elbow.

    Source: French
    If you would understand men, study women.

    Source: French
    If you wrestle with a collier you will get a blotch.

    Source: French
    If you're born to be hanged then you'll never be drowned.

    Source: French
    If your head is made of butter, don't be a baker.

    Source: French
    If youth but had the knowledge and old age the strength.

    Source: French
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