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    Wise Sayings


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    Trust, but not too much.
    Source: German
    Trusting too much to others has been the ruin of many.
    Source: German
    Truth creeps not into corners.
    Source: German
    Truth finds no asylum.

    Source: German
    Truth gives a short answer, lies go round about.

    Source: German
    Truth ill-timed is as bad as a lie.
    Source: German
    Truth makes the tongue smart.
    Source: German
    Truth should not always be revealed.
    Source: German
    Truth's best ornament is nakedness.
    Source: German
    Two cats and one mouse, two women in one house, two dogs to one bone, will not agree long.

    Source: German
    Two dogs over one bone seldom agree.

    Source: German
    Two eyes, two ears, only one mouth.
    Source: German
    Two hard flints never grind well.

    Source: German
    Two in distress makes sorrow the less.

    Source: German
    Two is company, but three is none.

    Source: German
    Two is company, but three\'s a crowd.

    Source: German
    Unlaid eggs are a long time becoming chickens.
    Source: German
    Unlooked-for often comes.

    Source: German
    Victory is not gained by idleness.

    Source: German
    Virtue flourishes in misfortune.

    Source: German
    Virtue never dies.

    Source: German
    Virtue subdues power.
    Source: German
    Virtue would not go far, if a little vanity walked not with it.

    Source: German
    Wait, is a hard word to the hungry.

    Source: German
    War is pleasant to those who have not tried it.

    Source: German
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