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    Wise Sayings


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    What you've never had you never miss.

    Source: Latin
    What! you a hare, and ask for hare-pie!

    Source: Latin
    What\'s bred in the bone will come out in the flesh.

    Source: Latin
    What\'s bred in the bone will never out of the flesh.

    Source: Latin
    What's done can't be mended.

    Source: Latin
    What\'s done is done.

    Source: Latin
    Whatever you do, do with all your might.

    Source: Latin
    Whatever you undertake let it be proportioned to your powers.

    Source: Latin
    When a man's mode of life is contemptible, it follows that his preaching is treated with contempt.

    Source: Latin
    When an observation by joke is true, it is out of place and ill-natured.

    Source: Latin
    When fortune deserts us, our friends are nowhere.

    Source: Latin
    When hunger is appeased we can preach the merits of fasting.

    Source: Latin
    When I did well, I heard it never; when I did ill, I heard it ever.

    Source: Latin
    When once at sea, do not long to be on shore. [Be satisfied with your calling in life.]

    Source: Latin
    When one dog barks, another will follow suit.

    Source: Latin
    When one wave leaves, another succeeds.

    Source: Latin
    When one will not, two cannot quarrel.

    Source: Latin
    When rogues fallout, many a secret is revealed.

    Source: Latin
    When spherical bodies can unite and embrace, then there will be friendship amongst the avaricious.

    Source: Latin
    When the battle is over you make your appearance.

    Source: Latin
    When the head aches, all the members suffer with it.

    Source: Latin
    When the head acheth, all the body is the worse.

    Source: Latin
    When the journey is finished to lay up provisions for the journey. [Avaricious old age.]

    Source: Latin
    When the soul hungers, even bitter things taste sweet.

    Source: Latin
    When the tale of bricks is doubled, then Moses makes his appearance.

    Source: Latin
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