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    Wise Sayings


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    Setting out well is a quarter of the journey.

    Source: French
    Shoemakers are always the worst shod.

    Source: French
    Since the wine is drawn it must be drunk.

    Source: French
    Six things have no business in the world: a fighting priest, a coward knight, a covetous judge, a stinking barber, a soft-hearted mother, and an itchy baker.

    Source: French
    Skeptics are never deceived.

    Source: French
    Slander! slander! some of it always sticks.

    Source: French
    Slanderers are the devil's bellows, to blow up contention.

    Source: French
    Smoke, floods, and a troublesome wife, are enough to drive a man out of his life.

    Source: French
    Snarling curs never want sore ears.

    Source: French
    Snivelling folks always want to wipe other folks' noses.

    Source: French
    Soft words don't scotch the tongue.

    Source: French
    Soft words scald not the tongue.

    Source: French
    Some have bread who have no teeth left.

    Source: French
    Some have fine eyes and can't see a jot.

    Source: French
    Some sell and don't deliver.

    Source: French
    Some think they have done when they are only beginning.

    Source: French
    Some thinking to avenge their shame increase it.

    Source: French
    Some who mean only to warm, burn themselves.

    Source: French
    Something is better than nothing.

    Source: French
    Soon enough if well enough.

    Source: French
    Soon gained soon squandered.

    Source: French
    Spare to speak and spare to speed.

    Source: French
    Spare well and have to spend.

    Source: French
    Spit not in the well, you may have to drink its water.

    Source: French
    Stolen bread stirs the appetite.

    Source: French
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