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    Honesty with poverty is better than ill-gotten wealth.

    Source: Latin
    Honey catches more flies than vinegar.

    Source: Latin
    Honey catches most flies.

    Source: Latin
    Honey cloys.

    Source: Latin
    Honey-tongued, soft spoken, malicious, and unprincipled in conduct.

    Source: Latin
    Honour's onerous.

    Source: Latin
    Honourable words by the bushel!

    Source: Latin
    Hope gives strength and courage, and saves an otherwise dying man from his grave.

    Source: Latin
    Hope is a good breakfast but a bad supper.

    Source: Latin
    Hope is our only comfort in adversity.

    Source: Latin
    Hope supports men in distress.

    Source: Latin
    Hope sustains the farmer.

    Source: Latin
    Hopes delayed hang the heart upon tenter-hooks.

    Source: Latin
    How changed from what he was!

    Source: Latin
    How great the sufferings we endure.

    Source: Latin
    How many accidents keep human life a rolling.

    Source: Latin
    How much do we resemble that filthy brute the ape!

    Source: Latin
    How near to guilt without actual guilt.

    Source: Latin
    How quickly with all is a kindness forgotten!

    Source: Latin
    How to live happily, not luxuriously, is the question.

    Source: Latin
    How you come by it no one asks; but wealth you must have.

    Source: Latin
    However extravagant men's desires, they hope to see them gratified.

    Source: Latin
    Hunger and delay raise up anger.

    Source: Latin
    Hunger and thirst scarcely kill any, But gluttony and drink kill a great many.

    Source: Latin
    Hunger sharpens anger.

    Source: Latin
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