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    Wise Sayings


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    A good thing is known when it is lost.

    Source: Portuguese
    A good thing is soon caught up.

    Source: Portuguese
    A good word quenches more than a cauldron of water.

    Source: Portuguese
    A good year is determined by its spring.

    Source: Portuguese
    A goose cannot graze after him.

    Source: Portuguese
    A goose, a woman, and a goat, are bad things lean.

    Source: Portuguese
    A gossiping woman talks of everybody, and everybody of her.

    Source: Portuguese
    A great thrust of a lance at a dead Moor.

    Source: Portuguese
    A house without either a cat or a dog is the house of a scoundrel.

    Source: Portuguese
    A hungry belly hears nobody.

    Source: Portuguese
    A hungry wolf is not at rest.

    Source: Portuguese
    A little gall spoils much honey.

    Source: Portuguese
    A little injury dismays, and a great one stills.

    Source: Portuguese
    A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.

    Source: Portuguese
    A little leak will sink a great ship.

    Source: Portuguese
    A little makes a debtor and much an enemy.

    Source: Portuguese
    A man of straw is better than a woman of gold.

    Source: Portuguese
    A morsel eaten gains no friend.

    Source: Portuguese
    A pig on credit makes a good winter and a bad spring.

    Source: Portuguese
    A poor man is hungry after eating.

    Source: Portuguese
    A ragged colt may make a handsome horse.

    Source: Portuguese
    A rash man, a skin of good wine, and a glass vessel, do not last long.

    Source: Portuguese
    A resolute heart endures no counsel.

    Source: Portuguese
    A rich widow weeps with one eye and laughs with the other.

    Source: Portuguese
    A rich widow weeps with one eye and signals with the other.

    Source: Portuguese
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