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    Wise Sayings


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    Anoint a villain and he will prick you, prick a villain and he will anoint you.

    Source: French
    Another's misfortune is only a dream.

    Source: French
    Any water puts out fire.

    Source: French
    Appetite comes with eating.

    Source: French
    April showers bring forth May flowers.

    Source: French
    Are there not spots on the sun?

    Source: French
    Arrange your cloak as the wind blows.

    Source: French
    As soon dies the calf as the cow.

    Source: French
    As the man is worth his land is worth.

    Source: French
    As the wind so the sail.

    Source: French
    Ask my comrade, who is as great a liar as myself.

    Source: French
    Ask no questions and hear no lies.

    Source: French
    Asses must not be tied up with horses.

    Source: French
    At a bridge, a plank, a river, the servant foremost, the master behind.

    Source: French
    At a little fountain one drinks at one's ease.

    Source: French
    At borrowing cousin german, at repaying son of a whore.

    Source: French
    At Rome do as Rome does.

    Source: French
    At Shrove-tide every one had need of his frying-pan.

    Source: French
    At the king's court every one for himself.

    Source: French
    At the wars as they do at the wars.

    Source: French
    Avarice bursts the bag.

    Source: French
    Avarice increases with wealth.

    Source: French
    Avarice is never satisfied.

    Source: French
    Bad news has wings.

    Source: French
    Bad ware is never cheap.

    Source: French
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