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    Wise Sayings


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    A mouse will scare a thief.

    Source: Italian
    A muffled cat is no good mouser.

    Source: Italian
    A near neighbour is better than a distant cousin.

    Source: Italian
    A new broom is good for three days.

    Source: Italian
    A new net won't catch an old bird.

    Source: Italian
    A pitcher that goes oft to the well is broken at last.

    Source: Italian
    A proud pauper and a rich miser are contemptible beings.

    Source: Italian
    A ragged coat finds little credit.

    Source: Italian
    A ragged sack holds no grain, a poor man is not taken into counsel.

    Source: Italian
    A rainy morn oft brings a pleasant day.

    Source: Italian
    A rotting fish begins to stink at the head.

    Source: Italian
    A runaway horse punishes himself.

    Source: Italian
    A saddle fits more backs than one.

    Source: Italian
    A sailor must have his eye trained to the rocks and sands as well as the north star.

    Source: Italian
    A scalded dog thinks cold water hot.

    Source: Italian
    A scorpion never stung me but I cured myself with its grease.

    Source: Italian
    A secret imparted is no longer a secret.

    Source: Italian
    A sheep's bite is never more than skip deep.
    Source: Italian
    A short tail won't keep off flies.

    Source: Italian
    A shut mouth catches no flies.

    Source: Italian
    A sin concealed is half forgiven.
    Source: Italian
    A sin confessed is half forgiven.

    Source: Italian
    A slothful man never has time.

    Source: Italian
    A solitary man is either a brute or an angel.

    Source: Italian
    A starved town is soon forced to surrender.

    Source: Italian
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