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    Wise Sayings


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    The ill year comes in swimming.

    Source: French
    The interested friend is a swallow on the roof. (Prepared to leave at the approach of winter.)

    Source: French
    The Italians cry, the Germans bawl, and the French sing.

    Source: French
    The kettle smuts the frying-pan.

    Source: French
    The last come is the best liked.

    Source: French
    The last comers are often the masters.

    Source: French
    The last drop makes the cup run over.

    Source: French
    The law says what the king pleases.

    Source: French
    The lawyer's pouch is a mouth of hell.

    Source: French
    The leaves fall before the tree dies.

    Source: French
    The less one thinks, the more one speaks.

    Source: French
    The list is worse than the cloth.

    Source: French
    The listener makes the backbiter.

    Source: French
    The little alms are the good alms.

    Source: French
    The man has neither sense nor reason who leaves a young wife at home.

    Source: French
    The maxims of men disclose their hearts.

    Source: French
    The meaning is best known to the speaker.

    Source: French
    The merchant that loses cannot laugh.

    Source: French
    The merchant who gains not, loseth.

    Source: French
    The miser and the pig are of no use till dead.

    Source: French
    The money paid, the workman's arm is broken.

    Source: French
    The monk that begs for God's sake begs for two.

    Source: French
    The more a man exposes his nakedness the colder he is.

    Source: French
    The more fools, the more laughter.

    Source: French
    The more haste the worse speed.

    Source: French
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