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    Wise Sayings


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    A day is lost if one has not laughed.
    Category: The conduct of life Source: French
    Beauty without virtue is a flower without perfume.
    Category: Beauty Source: French
    Children have more need of models than critics.
    Category: Parents and children Source: French
    Common sense is not so common.
    Category: Common sense Source: French
    Economy is the wealth of the poor and the wisdom of the rich.
    Category: Thrift Source: French
    Liars need good memories.
    Category: Truth and falsehood Source: French
    What is learned in the cradle lasts to the grave.
    Category: Habit Source: French
    A bad compromise is better than a good lawsuit.

    Source: French
    A bad workman never finds a good tool.
    Source: French
    A beggar is never out of his road.
    Source: French
    A bellyful is a bellyful.
    Source: French
    A bellyfull of gluttony will never study willingly.
    Source: French
    A big nose never spoiled a handsome face.
    Source: French
    A blind hen can sometimes find her corn.
    Source: French
    A brain is worth little without a tongue.

    Source: French
    A cake and a bad custom ought to be broken.
    Source: French
    A cake eaten in peace, is worth two in trouble.

    Source: French
    A churl knows not the work of spurs (i.e., honour).

    Source: French
    A churl never liked a gentleman.

    Source: French
    A civil denial is better than a rude grant.

    Source: French
    A civil question deserves a civil answer.

    Source: French
    A clear conscience is a good pillow.

    Source: French
    A clown enriched knows neither relation nor friend.

    Source: French
    A colt is good for nothing if it does not break its halter.

    Source: French
    A colt you may break, but an old horse you never can.

    Source: French
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