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    Wise Sayings


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    If youth knew! if age could!

    Source: French
    Ill-luck is good for something.

    Source: French
    In borrowing an angel, in repaying a devil.

    Source: French
    In calm water every ship has a good captain.

    Source: French
    In hawks, hounds, arms, and love, for one pleasure a thousand pains.

    Source: French
    In marriage cheat who can.

    Source: French
    In the end it will be known who ate the bacon.

    Source: French
    In the end things will mend.

    Source: French
    In the fiddler's house every one is a dancer.

    Source: French
    In the forehead and the eye The lecture of the mind doth lie.

    Source: French
    In the kingdom of the blind men, those who are blessed with one eye are kings.

    Source: French
    In the tail lies the venom.

    Source: French
    In too much disputing truth is lost.

    Source: French
    In youth, one has tears without grief; in age, grief without tears.

    Source: French
    Incense intoxicates and every one wishes for it.

    Source: French
    Indecision is the key to flexibility.

    Source: French
    Ingratitude is the mother of every vice.

    Source: French
    Iron may be rubbed so long that it gets heated.

    Source: French
    It is a good horse that never stumbles.

    Source: French
    It is a sorry house in which the cock is silent and the hen crows.

    Source: French
    It is a stupid goose that listens to the fox preach.

    Source: French
    It is all one whether you are bit a dog or a bitch.

    Source: French
    It is always well to keep hold of your horse's bridle.

    Source: French
    It is at home, not in public, that one washes his dirty linen.

    Source: French
    It is better to be the first on one\'s race than the last (meanest).

    Source: French
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