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    Wise Sayings


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    The more you stir it the more it stinks.

    Source: French
    The most covered fire is always the most glowing.

    Source: French
    The most cunning are the first caught.

    Source: French
    The mountaineer's ass carries wine and drinks water.

    Source: French
    The mouse has but one hole is soon caught.

    Source: French
    The mule long keeps a kick in reserve for its master.

    Source: French
    The nearer the minster the later to mass.

    Source: French
    The niggard spends as much as he who is liberal, and in the end more.

    Source: French
    The night brings counsel.

    Source: French
    The nimblest footman is a false tale.

    Source: French
    The noise is so great one cannot hear God thunder.

    Source: French
    The old monkey gets the apple.

    Source: French
    The one-eyed are kings in the land of the blind.

    Source: French
    The only victory over love is flight.

    Source: French
    The only way to keep a secret is to say nothing.

    Source: French
    The pitcher goes often to the well and gets broken at last.

    Source: French
    The reputation of a man is like his shadow; it sometimes follows and sometimes precedes him, it is sometimes longer and sometimes shorter than his natural size.

    Source: French
    The rich man has more relations than he knows.

    Source: French
    The richest man carries nothing away with him but a shroud.

    Source: French
    The saint who works no cures has few pilgrims to his shrine.

    Source: French
    The saint's-day over, farewell the saint.

    Source: French
    The sea has an enormous thirst and an insatiable appetite.

    Source: French
    The sea refuses no river.

    Source: French
    The seagull sees farthest who flies highest.

    Source: French
    The second blow makes the fray.

    Source: French
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