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    Eating and drinking Shouldn\'t keep us from thinking.

    Source: Italian
    Eating teaches drinking.

    Source: Italian
    Eggs have no business dancing with stones.

    Source: Italian
    Empty vessels make most noise.

    Source: Italian
    Enough is enough, and too much spoils.

    Source: Italian
    Entreat the churl and the bargain is broken off.

    Source: Italian
    Error is no payment.

    Source: Italian
    Even a fly has its anger.

    Source: Italian
    Even a fly has its spleen.

    Source: Italian
    Even a fool is thought wise if he keeps silent, and discerning if he holds his tongue.

    Source: Italian
    Even a frog would bite if it had teeth.

    Source: Italian
    Even a horse, though he has four feet, stumbles.

    Source: Italian
    Even among the apostles there was a Judas.

    Source: Italian
    Even an ass will not fall twice in the same quicksand.

    Source: Italian
    Even foxes are caught.

    Source: Italian
    Even old foxes are caught in the snare.

    Source: Italian
    Even the dog gets bread by wagging his tail.

    Source: Italian
    Even the fool says a wise word sometimes.

    Source: Italian
    Even the just has need of help.

    Source: Italian
    Even the sea. great as it is, grows calm.

    Source: Italian
    Even woods have ears.

    Source: Italian
    Evening red and morning grey help the traveler on his way; evening grey and morning red bring down rain upon his head.

    Source: Italian
    Ever drunk, ever dry.

    Source: Italian
    Every bird thinks its own nest beautiful.

    Source: Italian
    Every day has it night.

    Source: Italian
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