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    War is much too serious a matter to be entrusted to the military.

    Source: French
    We know the worth of a thing when we have lost it.

    Source: French
    We must have reasons for speech but we need none for silence.

    Source: French
    We must learn to walk before we can run.

    Source: French
    We never know the worth of water till the well is dry.

    Source: French
    We shall see, as the blind man said.

    Source: French
    Weather, wind, women, and fortune change like the moon.

    Source: French
    Wedlock rides in the saddle and repentance on the crupper.

    Source: French
    Well fed but ill taught.

    Source: French
    Well-regulated charity begins with one's self.

    Source: French
    Went in one ear and out the other.

    Source: French
    Were if not for "if" and "but," we should all be rich for ever.

    Source: French
    Were it a wolf it would spring at your throat.

    Source: French
    Were the devil to come from hell to fight, there would forthwith be a Frenchman to accept the challenge.

    Source: French
    What a monk thinks he dares to do.

    Source: French
    What a neighbor gets is not lost.

    Source: French
    What comes from the fife goes back to the drum.

    Source: French
    What is bad for one is good for another.

    Source: French
    What is enough was never little.

    Source: French
    What is learned in the cradle lasts till the grave.

    Source: French
    What is new is always fine.

    Source: French
    What is true is not always probable.

    Source: French
    What is worth receiving is worth returning.

    Source: French
    What the child hears at the fireside is soon known at the parish church.

    Source: French
    What the colt learns in youth his continues in old age.

    Source: French
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