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    Wise Sayings


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    There never was a banquet so sumptuous but some one dined ill at it.

    Source: French
    There never was a looking-glass that told a woman she was ugly.

    Source: French
    There's neither rhyme nor reason.

    Source: French
    There's no guarding against the privy thief.

    Source: French
    There's no need to grease the fat pig's rump.

    Source: French
    There's no showing the wolf to a bad dog.

    Source: French
    There's not enough if there's not too much.

    Source: French
    There's nothing like being bespattered for making a man defy the gutter.

    Source: French
    There\'s nothing like having the key of the fields.

    Source: French
    There's virtue in a man's face (i.e., presence carries weight).

    Source: French
    "They say" is a fool.

    Source: French
    They will be hushed by a good deed who laugh at a wise speech.

    Source: French
    Think much, say little, write less.

    Source: French
    Though the fool waits, the day does not.

    Source: French
    Thrift is better than an annuity.

    Source: French
    Thrive by honesty or remain poor.

    Source: French
    Tired folks are quarrelsome.

    Source: French
    'Tis a good farthing that saves a penny.

    Source: French
    'Tis a good horse that has no fault.

    Source: French
    'Tis a long day a day without bread.

    Source: French
    'Tis a silly sheep that makes the wolf her confessor.

    Source: French
    'Tis everywhere the same as here.

    Source: French
    'Tis possible if true.

    Source: French
    'Tis sweet at certain times to drop the sage.

    Source: French
    'Tis the last straw that breaks the camel's back.

    Source: French
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