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    Wise Sayings


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    A danger foreseen is half avoided.
    Category: Wisdom Source: German
    A day after the fair.
    Category: Wisdom Source: German
    A doctor and a boor know more than a doctor alone.
    Category: Medicine Source: German
    A dram of discretion is worth a pound of wisdom.
    Source: German
    A drink is shorter than a tale.
    Source: German
    A dripping June sets all in tune.
    Source: German
    A drop of honey catches more flies than a hogshead of vinegar.

    Category: Food Source: German
    A father maintains ten children better than ten children one father.

    Category: Relationships Source: German
    A fence lasts three years, a dog lasts three fences, a horse three dogs, and a man three horses.

    Category: Animals Source: German
    A fence makes love more keen.

    Source: German
    A fish should swim thrice: in water, in sauce, and in wine.

    Category: Food Source: German
    A flatterer has water in one hand and fire in the other.

    Category: Food Source: German
    A glutton young, a beggar old.

    Source: German
    A golden hammer breaks an iron gate.
    Source: German
    A good conscience is a soft pillow.
    Source: German
    A good meal is worth hanging for.

    Category: Food Source: German
    A good name is a rich inheritance.

    Category: Wisdom Source: German
    A good speaker makes a good liar.

    Category: Wisdom Source: German
    A good trade will carry farther than a thousand florins.

    Category: Wisdom Source: German
    A gosling flew over the Rhine, and came home a goose.
    Category: Wisdom Source: German
    A handful of might is better than a sack full of right.

    Category: Wisdom Source: German
    A huckster who cannot pass off mouse-turd for pepper, has not learned his trade.

    Source: German
    A hug a day keeps the demons at bay.

    Source: German
    A hundred years of regret pay not a farthing of debt.

    Source: German
    A lawyer and a cart-wheel must be greased.

    Source: German
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