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    Wise Sayings


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    The devil is not always at a poor man's door.

    Source: French
    The devil leads him by the nose who the dice too often throws.

    Source: French
    The devil may die without my inheriting his horns.

    Source: French
    The devil often lurks behind the cross.

    Source: French
    The devil rebukes sin.

    Source: French
    The devil was handsome when he was young.

    Source: French
    The devil was sick, the Devil a saint would be; the Devil was well, the devil a saint was he.

    Source: French
    The devil was so fond of his children that he plucked out their eyes.

    Source: French
    The devil's meal turns half to bran.

    Source: French
    The doctor is often more to be feared than the disease.

    Source: French
    The dog gets into the mill under cover of the ass.

    Source: French
    The dog may be wonderful prose, but only the cat is poetry.

    Source: French
    The eagle does not hunt flies.

    Source: French
    The ear is the road to the heart.

    Source: French
    The early bird catches the early worm.

    Source: French
    The early man never borrows from the late man.

    Source: French
    The early riser is healthy, cheerful and industrious.

    Source: French
    The Emperor of Germany is the king of kings, the King of Spain king of men, the King of France king of asses, the King of England king of devils.

    Source: French
    The false friend is like the shadow of a sun-dial.

    Source: French
    The fault is great in proportion to him who commits it.

    Source: French
    The first comer grinds first.

    Source: French
    The first step binds one to the second.

    Source: French
    The first step is all the difficulty.

    Source: French
    The flawed pot lasts longest.

    Source: French
    The fool cuts himself with his own knife.

    Source: French
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