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    Wise Sayings


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    Stolen fruit is sweet.

    Source: French
    Stolen waters are sweet.

    Source: French
    Sufficient for the day is the evil thereof.

    Source: French
    Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.

    Source: French
    Suspicion is the poison of friendship.

    Source: French
    Sussex won't be druv.

    Source: French
    Swim on and don't trust.

    Source: French
    Take a woman's first advice and not her second.

    Source: French
    Take an ox by his horn, a man by his word.

    Source: French
    Take away fuel, take away flame.

    Source: French
    Take away my good name, take away my life.

    Source: French
    Take down a rogue from the gallows and he will hang you up.

    Source: French
    Take heed of an enemy reconciled.

    Source: French
    Take heed of an ox before. an ass behind, and a monk on all sides.

    Source: French
    Talk of the wolf and you see his tail.

    Source: French
    That brings water to the mill.

    Source: French
    That day is lost on which one has not laughed.

    Source: French
    That often happens in a day which does not happen in a hundred years.

    Source: French
    The abbey does not fail for want on one monk.

    Source: French
    The arguments of the strongest have always the most weight.

    Source: French
    The ass that is common property is always the worst saddled.

    Source: French
    The bagpipe never utters a work till its belly is full.

    Source: French
    The balance in doing its office knows neither gold nor lead.

    Source: French
    The beadle of the parish is always of the vicar's opinion.

    Source: French
    The beast dead, the venom is dead.

    Source: French
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