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    Whilst standing he holds one opinion, whilst sitting another.

    Source: Latin
    Who aims at things beyond his reach, the greater will be his fall.

    Source: Latin
    Who loses honor can lose nothing else.

    Source: Latin
    Who timidly requests invites refusal.

    Source: Latin
    Who would avoid all strife, should be a bachelor.

    Source: Latin
    Whose interest was it? To whose prejudice was it? [Who might expect to derive benefit, or injury, from a crime committed?]

    Source: Latin
    Whose life is as lightning, his words are as thunder.

    Source: Latin
    Why wear out your great coat in summer?

    Source: Latin
    Wickedness and malice only require an opportunity.

    Source: Latin
    Wickedness with beauty is the devil's hook baited.

    Source: Latin
    Wider ears and a short tongue.

    Source: Latin
    Win by persuasion not by force.

    Source: Latin
    Wine brings forth the truth.

    Source: Latin
    Wine carries no rudder.

    Source: Latin
    Wine gladdeneth the heart of man.

    Source: Latin
    Wine hath drowned more men than the sea.

    Source: Latin
    Wine in the bottle does not quench thirst.

    Source: Latin
    Wine is given to bring mirth not drunkenness.

    Source: Latin
    Wine is one thing, drunkenness another.

    Source: Latin
    Wine is the mirror of the mind.

    Source: Latin
    Wine mars beauty and destroys the freshness of youth.

    Source: Latin
    Winter is summer's heir.

    Source: Latin
    Winter never rots in the sky.

    Source: Latin
    Wisdom does not consist in dress.

    Source: Latin
    With one hand he scratches you, and with the other he strikes you.

    Source: Latin
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