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    Misfortunes are, in morals, what bitters are in medicine: each is at first disagreeable; but as the bitters act as corroborants to the stomach, so adversity chastens and ameliorates the disposition.

    Source: French
    Money advances meacocks.

    Source: French
    Money borrowed is soon sorrowed.

    Source: French
    Money burns many.

    Source: French
    Money is a good servant but a had master.

    Source: French
    Money is lost only for want of money.

    Source: French
    Money is round, it must roll.

    Source: French
    Money makes dogs dance.

    Source: French
    Money makes money.

    Source: French
    Money makes the mare to go.

    Source: French
    Mother's love is ever in its spring.

    Source: French
    Much kindred, much trouble.

    Source: French
    Much memory and little judgment.

    Source: French
    Much worship, much cost.

    Source: French
    Much would have more, and lost all.

    Source: French
    Much would have more.

    Source: French
    Muddy springs will have muddy streams.

    Source: French
    Naught must disturb a man of worth at dinner.

    Source: French
    Naught venture, naught have.

    Source: French
    Near is my kirkle, but nearer is my smock.

    Source: French
    Never challenge a fool to do wrong.

    Source: French
    Never choose your women or linen by candlelight.

    Source: French
    Never cross a bridge till you come to it.

    Source: French
    Never did capon love a hen.

    Source: French
    Never limp before the lame.

    Source: French
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