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    Wise Sayings


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    Buy your neighbour's ox, and woo your neighbour's daughter.

    Source: German
    Buyers want a hundred eyes, sellers none.

    Source: German
    Buying is cheaper than asking.

    Source: German
    Care brings on grey hairs, and age without years.

    Source: German
    Care killed the cat.

    Category: Animals Source: German
    Charity gives itself rich, covetousness hoards itself poor.

    Source: German
    Charity sees the need, not the cause.

    Source: German
    Cheating is more honourable than stealing.

    Source: German
    Cheating is the chapman's cart and plough.

    Source: German
    Cheats never prosper.

    Source: German
    Cheerful company shortens the miles.

    Source: German
    Cheese and bread make the cheeks red.

    Source: German
    Cheese is gold in the morning, silver at noon, and lead at night.

    Source: German
    Christians have no neighbours.

    Source: German
    Coffee and love are best when they are hot.

    Source: German
    Cold hand, a warm heart.

    Source: German
    Common fame is seldom to blame.

    Source: German
    Compliments cost nothing, yet many pay dear for them.

    Source: German
    Confidence begets confidence.

    Source: German
    Constant dropping wears the stone.

    Source: German
    Constant occupation prevents temptation.

    Source: German
    Consult with your pillow.

    Source: German
    Could everything be done twice, everything would be done better.

    Source: German
    Councils of war never fight.

    Source: German
    Count not your chickens before they are hatched.

    Source: German
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