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    Wise Sayings


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    Hunger sweetens everything but itself.

    Source: Latin
    Hunger teaches us many a lesson.

    Source: Latin
    Hypocritical piety is double iniquity.

    Source: Latin
    I am in a fix. [In a place where three ways meet.]

    Source: Latin
    I am in a place where three ways meet.

    Source: Latin
    I am less concerned about them than about the croaking frogs in the marsh.

    Source: Latin
    I am recommending you to do what I should do myself.

    Source: Latin
    I am touched but not broken by the waves.

    Source: Latin
    I am what you will be, I was what you now are.

    Source: Latin
    I am willing but unable.

    Source: Latin
    I bear the laurel-branch.

    Source: Latin
    I beggar is not favoured even by his relations.

    Source: Latin
    I came, I saw, I won.

    Source: Latin
    I cannot get on with you, or without you.

    Source: Latin
    I have lost my labour and my cost.

    Source: Latin
    I have washed my hands of it.

    Source: Latin
    I kill the boars, but another eats the flesh.

    Source: Latin
    I know Simon, and Simon knows me. [A couple of rogues.]

    Source: Latin
    I prefer death to disgrace.

    Source: Latin
    I regret that I have given what I have.

    Source: Latin
    I shall paint you in your own colours. [Take you according to your own showing.]

    Source: Latin
    I simply state what I have heard.

    Source: Latin
    I speak of garlic, you reply about onions. [I speak of one thing, you reply what is wholly irrelevant.]

    Source: Latin
    I wince to win.

    Source: Latin
    I wish I were at home. [Oh! that I were out of this mess and in safety.]

    Source: Latin
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