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    Wise Sayings


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    A restive morsel needs a spur of wine.

    Source: French
    A rich man is never ugly in the eyes of a girl.

    Source: French
    A Rowland for an Oliver.

    Source: French
    A sack is best tied before it is full.

    Source: French
    A short mass and a long dinner.

    Source: French
    A short sword for a brave man.

    Source: French
    A silver hammer breaks an iron door.

    Source: French
    A sin concealed is half pardoned (meaning when care is taken to conceal the scandal).

    Source: French
    A sow is always dreaming of bran.

    Source: French
    A sow prefers bran to roses.

    Source: French
    A spaniel, a wife, and a walnut tree, The more you beat 'em the better they be.

    Source: French
    A spark may raise An awful blaze.

    Source: French
    A sparrow in hand is worth a pheasant that flieth by.

    Source: French
    A sparrow in the hand is better than a pigeon on the wing.

    Source: French
    A stick is a peacemaker.

    Source: French
    A stingy man is always poor.

    Source: French
    A stitch in time saves nine.

    Source: French
    A Sunday's child never dies of the plague.

    Source: French
    A table friend is changeable.

    Source: French
    A thing too much seen is little prized.

    Source: French
    A thorn comes into the world point foremost.

    Source: French
    A vicious dog must be tied short.

    Source: French
    A wicked dog must be tied short.

    Source: French
    A wicked man's gift hath a touch of his master.

    Source: French
    A wise man may learn of a fool.

    Source: French
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