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    Wise Sayings


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    A door must be either shut or open.

    Source: Latin
    A drop of luck is worth a cask of wisdom.

    Source: Latin
    A drunken man, when asleep, is better left alone. [Let a slumbering evil rest where it is.]

    Source: Latin
    A faithless wife is shipwreck to a house.

    Source: Latin
    A few things gained by fraud destroy a fortune otherwise honestly won.

    Source: Latin
    A fire is nourished by its own ashes. [Difficulties embolden rather than impede the brave.]

    Source: Latin
    A fisherman once stung will be wiser.

    Source: Latin
    A fool repays a salve by a stab, and a stab by a salve. [He mistakes friends for foes and foes for friends.]

    Source: Latin
    A fool talks of folly.

    Source: Latin
    A fox is known by this tail.

    Source: Latin
    A fox is not caught twice in the same trap.

    Source: Latin
    A friend that will go to the scaffold with you.

    Source: Latin
    A friend that you buy with presents, will be bought from you.

    Source: Latin
    A gadding girl is rarely coy.

    Source: Latin
    A good beginning ensures a good ending.

    Source: Latin
    A good dinner helps deliberation.

    Source: Latin
    A good dog deserves a good bone.

    Source: Latin
    A good leader makes a good follower.

    Source: Latin
    A good name is like sweet smelling ointment.

    Source: Latin
    A good orator, but a very bad man.

    Source: Latin
    A good thing is esteemed more in its absence than in its enjoyment.

    Source: Latin
    A great anvil fears not noise.

    Source: Latin
    A great city. a great desert.

    Source: Latin
    A great dowry, a bed full of brambles.

    Source: Latin
    A guest should not remain for ever a guest.

    Source: Latin
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