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    Wise Sayings


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    The fool hunts for misfortune.

    Source: French
    The fool who is silent passes for wise.

    Source: French
    The fox says of the mulberries when he cannot get at them; they are not good at all.

    Source: French
    The fox that sleeps in the morning has not his tongue feathered.

    Source: French
    The fox thinks everybody eats poultry like himself.

    Source: French
    The fox thrives best when he is most cursed.

    Source: French
    The Fox's wiles will never enter the lion's head.

    Source: French
    The friendship of great men is like the shadow of a bush, soon gone.

    Source: French
    The gentle hawk mans herself.

    Source: French
    The Germans carry their wit in their fingers.

    Source: French
    The goslings would lead the geese out to grass.

    Source: French
    The gown does not make the monk.

    Source: French
    The gown is hers that wears it; and the world is his who enjoys it.

    Source: French
    The greatest burdens are not the gainfullest.

    Source: French
    The greatest cunning is to have none at all.

    Source: French
    The greatest evidence of demoralization is the respect paid to wealth.

    Source: French
    The greatest hate springs from the greatest love.

    Source: French
    The greatest king must at last go to bed with a shovel.

    Source: French
    The handsomest woman can only give what she has.

    Source: French
    The have always returns to her form.

    Source: French
    The heart leads whither it goes.

    Source: French
    The hen ought not to cackle in presence of the cock.

    Source: French
    The hen's eyes are with her chickens.

    Source: French
    The horse that draws most is most whipped.

    Source: French
    The hunchback does not see his own hump, but he sees his brother's.

    Source: French
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