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    Wise Sayings


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    The pot that boils too much loses its flavour.

    Source: Portuguese
    The rat does not leave the cat's house with a bellyful.

    Source: Portuguese
    The rat that knows but one hole is soon caught.

    Source: Portuguese
    The rat which has but one hole is soon caught.

    Source: Portuguese
    The righteous pays for the sinner.

    Source: Portuguese
    The ripest fruit will not fall into your mouth.

    Source: Portuguese
    The savage ox grows tame on strange ground.

    Source: Portuguese
    The son-in-law's sack is never full.

    Source: Portuguese
    The sooner begun, the sooner done.

    Source: Portuguese
    The sooty oven mocks the black chimney.

    Source: Portuguese
    The swindler readily cheats the covetous man.

    Source: Portuguese
    The treason approved, the traitor abhorred.

    Source: Portuguese
    The wine-skin has its reasons for smelling of pitch.

    Source: Portuguese
    The wolf is well pleased with the kick of a sheep.

    Source: Portuguese
    The worst pig eats the best acorn.

    Source: Portuguese
    The worth of a thing is what it will bring.

    Source: Portuguese
    There are ills that happen for good.

    Source: Portuguese
    There die as many lambs as wethers.

    Source: Portuguese
    There is never wanting a dog to bark at you.

    Source: Portuguese
    There is no day without its night.

    Source: Portuguese
    There is no pleasure that does not pall, the more so if it costs nothing.

    Source: Portuguese
    There is plenty of corn in Castile, but he who has none, starves.

    Source: Portuguese
    There is reason in the roasting of eggs.

    Source: Portuguese
    There's no catching trouts with dry breeches.

    Source: Portuguese
    There's no compassion like the penny.

    Source: Portuguese
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