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    Wise Sayings


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    The secret of two is God's secret, the secret of three is everybody's secret.

    Source: French
    The sheep on the mountain is higher than the bull on the plain.

    Source: French
    The sheep that is too tame is sucked by too many lambs.

    Source: French
    The shovel scouts the poker.

    Source: French
    The silence of the people is a warning for the king.

    Source: French
    The skin is nearer than the shirt.

    Source: French
    The stable wears out a horse more than the road.

    Source: French
    The stronger the seam the worse the rent.

    Source: French
    The sun shines for all the world.

    Source: French
    The tail is the hardest to scourge.

    Source: French
    The threatener sometimes gets a beating.

    Source: French
    The tongue wounds more than a lance.

    Source: French
    The town that parleys is half surrendered.

    Source: French
    The two make a pair.

    Source: French
    The weakest must hold the candle.

    Source: French
    The will is taken for the deed.

    Source: French
    The wine given to your workmen is that for which you get the best paid.

    Source: French
    The wine is not known by the hoops.

    Source: French
    The wit one wants spoils what one has.

    Source: French
    The wolf is not as big as people make him.

    Source: French
    The wolf will die in his skin.

    Source: French
    The word of honour of a gentleman--another pledge would be better.

    Source: French
    The worst clothed go to windward.

    Source: French
    The worst jests are those that are true.

    Source: French
    The worst wheel always creaks most.

    Source: French
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