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    Wise Sayings


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    With the idle it is always holy day time.

    Source: Latin
    Without divine assistance we can achieve nothing.

    Source: Latin
    Without favour, art is like a windmill without wind.

    Source: Latin
    Women when injured are generally not easily appeased.

    Source: Latin
    Women's jars breed men's wars.

    Source: Latin
    Words butter not parsnips.

    Source: Latin
    Words may either conceal character or reveal it.

    Source: Latin
    Work makes the workman.

    Source: Latin
    Works have a stronger voice than words.

    Source: Latin
    Worthless is the advice of fools.

    Source: Latin
    Would you shear a donkey for wool!

    Source: Latin
    Would you take water to the frog?

    Source: Latin
    Wrongdoers and assenting parties are equally punishable.

    Source: Latin
    Years roll on.

    Source: Latin
    Yield to divine power.

    Source: Latin
    You anoint the dead man with salve.

    Source: Latin
    You are but sowing in sand.

    Source: Latin
    You are carrying owls to Athens.

    Source: Latin
    You are comparing a rose to an anemone.

    Source: Latin
    You are looking for wings in a wolf. [You hunt for impossibilities.]

    Source: Latin
    You are more shifting than a potter's wheel.

    Source: Latin
    You are needlessly alarmed.

    Source: Latin
    You are talking to a stone.

    Source: Latin
    You are teaching a fish to swim.

    Source: Latin
    You are teaching iron to swim!

    Source: Latin
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