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    Wise Sayings


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    One man is no man. [A man is nothing without the aid of others.]

    Source: Latin
    One man must not fight with two.

    Source: Latin
    One man uses his tongue, another his teeth.

    Source: Latin
    One man yawning makes another yawn too.

    Source: Latin
    One man's loss is another man's gain.

    Source: Latin
    One man\'s meat is another man\'s poison.

    Source: Latin
    One poison is cured by another.

    Source: Latin
    One that promised better things.

    Source: Latin
    One tree won't hold two robins.

    Source: Latin
    One who can do you a deal of good or a deal of harm.

    Source: Latin
    One who would quarrel about goats' wool. [A most captious person.]

    Source: Latin
    Opportunity has hair in front, behind she is bald; if you seize her by the forelock, you may hold her, but, if suffered to escape, not Jupiter himself can catch her again.
    Source: Latin
    Opportunity makes a thief.

    Source: Latin
    Oppose not a hungry man.

    Source: Latin
    Opposites attract.

    Source: Latin
    Oppression causeth rebellion.

    Source: Latin
    Our fears always outnumber our dangers.

    Source: Latin
    Our hearts run riot in prosperity.

    Source: Latin
    Our outward actions reveal our hidden intentions.

    Source: Latin
    Our own house surpasses every other.

    Source: Latin
    Our pillow should be our counsellor. [Sleep upon an idea.]

    Source: Latin
    Out of nothing nothing comes.

    Source: Latin
    Outward appearances assuming the form of virtues.

    Source: Latin
    Over no home can the sign be hung: There is no trouble here.

    Source: Latin
    Overdoing is doing nothing to the purpose.

    Source: Latin
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