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    Wise Sayings


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    Trickery comes back to its master.

    Source: French
    Trim my beard, and I will trim your top-knot.

    Source: French
    True jokes never please.

    Source: French
    True nobility is invulnerable.

    Source: French
    Trust not to God but upon good security.

    Source: French
    Truth is the club that knocks down and kills everybody.

    Source: French
    Turn your tongue seven times before speaking.

    Source: French
    'Twixt the cup and the lip there's many a slip.

    Source: French
    'Twixt the word and the deed there's a long step.

    Source: French
    Two men may meet, but never two mountains.

    Source: French
    Two of a kind, whate'er they be.

    Source: French
    Two sparrows on the same ear of corn are not long friends.

    Source: French
    Two sparrows upon one ear of corn make ill agreement.

    Source: French
    Unless hell is full no lawyer will ever be saved.

    Source: French
    Unstringing the bow does not cure the wound.

    Source: French
    Upbraiding makes a benefit an injury.

    Source: French
    Upon a slight pretext the wolf takes the sheep.

    Source: French
    Upon an egg the hen lays an egg.

    Source: French
    Vainglory bears no grain.

    Source: French
    Vanity has no greater foe than vanity.

    Source: French
    Very good corn grows in little fields.

    Source: French
    Very hard times in the wood when the wolves eat each other.

    Source: French
    Vessels large may venture more, But little boats must keep near shore.

    Source: French
    Wait until it is night before saying that it has been a fine day.

    Source: French
    Wake not a sleeping cat.

    Source: French
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