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    Wise Sayings


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    The ass that is hungry eats thistles.

    Source: Portuguese
    The ass that trespasses on a stranger's premises will leave them laden with wood (i.e. cudgelled).

    Source: Portuguese
    The ass well knows in whose house he brays.

    Source: Portuguese
    The ass's son brays one hour daily.

    Source: Portuguese
    The beast that goes well never wants a rider to try its paces.

    Source: Portuguese
    The belly does not accept bail.

    Source: Portuguese
    The belly warm, the foot at rest.

    Source: Portuguese
    The bigger the river the bigger the fish.

    Source: Portuguese
    The bigger they are, the harder they fall.

    Source: Portuguese
    The bird hunting a locust is unaware of the hawk hunting him.

    Source: Portuguese
    The blind man has picked up a coin.

    Source: Portuguese
    The blunders of physicians are covered by the earth.

    Source: Portuguese
    The cat is a good friend, only she scratches.

    Source: Portuguese
    The cat well knows whose beard she licks.

    Source: Portuguese
    The dead open the eyes of the living.

    Source: Portuguese
    The devil is not so ugly as he is painted.

    Source: Portuguese
    The dog that barks much is never good for hunting.

    Source: Portuguese
    The dog that barks much, bites little.

    Source: Portuguese
    The envious man's face grows lean and his eye swells.

    Source: Portuguese
    The fingers of the same hand are not alike.

    Source: Portuguese
    The fisherman fishes in troubled water.

    Source: Portuguese
    The fool passes for wise if he is silent.

    Source: Portuguese
    The fox knows much, but more he that catcheth him.

    Source: Portuguese
    The Frenchman sings well, when his throat is moistened.

    Source: Portuguese
    The gentle calf sucks all the cows.

    Source: Portuguese
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