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    Wise Sayings


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    Better slip with the foot than with the tongue.

    Source: Italian
    Better to ask than go astray.

    Source: Italian
    Better to fall from the window than the roof.

    Source: Italian
    Between saying and doing, many a pair of shoes is worn out.

    Source: Italian
    Between the hand and the mouth the soup is spilt.

    Source: Italian
    Between two cowards, he has the advantage who first detects the other.

    Source: Italian
    Beware of "Had I but known."

    Source: Italian
    Beware of a poor alchemist.

    Source: Italian
    Beware of one who has nothing to lose.

    Source: Italian
    Beware of the vinegar of sweet wine.

    Source: Italian
    Beware of vinegar made of sweet wine.

    Source: Italian
    Beware the person with nothing to lose.

    Source: Italian
    Big flies break the spider's web.

    Source: Italian
    Big mouthfuls often choke.

    Source: Italian
    Blessed is the misfortune that comes alone.

    Source: Italian
    Blessings brighten as they take their flight.

    Source: Italian
    Blows are not given upon conditions.

    Source: Italian
    Blue are the hills that are far away.

    Source: Italian
    Boil not the pap before the child is born.

    Source: Italian
    Boil stones in butter, and you may sip the broth.

    Source: Italian
    Borderers are either thieves or murderers.

    Source: Italian
    Borrowed garments never sit well.

    Source: Italian
    Broad thongs may be cut from other men's leather.

    Source: Italian
    Buy the bed of a great debtor.

    Source: Italian
    By asking for the impossible, obtain the best possible.

    Source: Italian
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