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    Wise Sayings


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    Who wishes to travel far spares his steed.

    Source: French
    Who wives for a dower, resigns his own power.

    Source: French
    Who won't be ruled by the rudder must be ruled by the rock.

    Source: French
    Whoso hath land hath war.

    Source: French
    Whoso is well let him keep so.

    Source: French
    Whosoever draws his sword against the prince must throw the scabbard away.

    Source: French
    Why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?

    Source: French
    Why buy a cow if you can get the milk for free.

    Source: French
    Why buy a cow when milk is so cheap?

    Source: French
    Why keep a dog and bark yourself?

    Source: French
    Why kill time when one can employ it?

    Source: French
    Why should the devil have all the best tunes?

    Source: French
    Will is power.

    Source: French
    Will laugh well who will laugh the last.

    Source: French
    Wine poured out is not wine swallowed.

    Source: French
    Wine will not keep in a foul vessel.

    Source: French
    Wishes never filled the bag.

    Source: French
    With an old husband's hide one buys a young one.

    Source: French
    With enough 'ifs' we could put Paris in a bottle.

    Source: French
    With the help of an If you might put Paris into a bottle.

    Source: French
    Without bread and wine even love will pine.

    Source: French
    Without business, debauchery.

    Source: French
    Witticisms spare no one.

    Source: French
    Women, money, and wine have their balm and their harm.

    Source: French
    Word by word the big books are made.

    Source: French
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