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    Wise Sayings


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    A woman and a melon are hard to choose.

    Source: French
    A woman and a ship ever want mending.

    Source: French
    A woman conceals only what she does not know.

    Source: French
    A woman laughs when she can, and weeps when she pleases.

    Source: French
    A woman who accepts, sells herself; a woman who gives, surrenders.

    Source: French
    A woman who looks much in the glass spins but little.

    Source: French
    A woman's tongue is her sword, and she does not let it rust.

    Source: French
    A word once out flies everywhere.

    Source: French
    A young angel, an old devil.

    Source: French
    According to the arm be the bleeding.

    Source: French
    Adversity makes a man wise.

    Source: French
    Adversity makes strange bedfellows.

    Source: French
    Advisers are not the payers.

    Source: French
    After a feast a man scratches his head.

    Source: French
    After a storm comes a calm.

    Source: French
    After me the deluge.

    Source: French
    After mischance every one is wise.

    Source: French
    After one loss come many.

    Source: French
    After rain fine weather.

    Source: French
    After the act wishing is in vain.

    Source: French
    After the daughter is married, then come sons-in-law in plenty.

    Source: French
    All cats are alike grey at night.

    Source: French
    All cats are not to be set down for witches.

    Source: French
    All heads are not sense-boxes.

    Source: French
    All his geese are swans.
    Source: French
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