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    A swarm in May is worth a load of hay; a swarm in June is worth a silver spoon; but a swarm in July is not worth a fly.

    Source: Latin
    A sword anointed with honey.

    Source: Latin
    A sword of lead in a scabbard of ivory.

    Source: Latin
    A tree often transplanted does not thrive.

    Source: Latin
    A trifling pledge of no small friendship.

    Source: Latin
    A triple rope is not easily broken.

    Source: Latin
    A troubled heart is a worm to the bones.

    Source: Latin
    A useless pitcher does not get broken.

    Source: Latin
    A want of pence stops all your marketing.

    Source: Latin
    A weak foundation destroys the work.

    Source: Latin
    A wealthy man can err with impunity.

    Source: Latin
    A well which is drawn from is improved. [Art is improved by practice.]

    Source: Latin
    A well-beaten path does not always make the right road.

    Source: Latin
    A wheel not greased will creak. [Those who are not properly paid will not work without grumbling.]

    Source: Latin
    A whistling woman and a crowing hen are neither fit for God nor men.

    Source: Latin
    A white glove often conceals a dirty hand.

    Source: Latin
    A wise man should never give his wife too much rein.

    Source: Latin
    A wise man turns chance into good fortune.

    Source: Latin
    A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.

    Source: Latin
    A wise man will make tools of what comes to hand.

    Source: Latin
    A wolf often lies concealed in the skin of a lamb. ["Yours truly," is not always true.]

    Source: Latin
    A woman for a general, and the soldiers will be women.

    Source: Latin
    A woman hath nine lives like a cat.

    Source: Latin
    A woman is to be from her house three times: when she is christened, married and buried.

    Source: Latin
    A word is sufficient for the wise.

    Source: Latin
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