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    Wise Sayings


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    To promise much means giving little.

    Source: Portuguese
    To sell honey to one who keeps hives.

    Source: Portuguese
    To separate the men from the boys.

    Source: Portuguese
    To the bold man Fortune holds out her hand.

    Source: Portuguese
    To the lean pig a fat acorn.

    Source: Portuguese
    Too much familiarity breeds contempt.

    Source: Portuguese
    Too much wax burns the church.

    Source: Portuguese
    Trust not a dog that limps.

    Source: Portuguese
    Trust not a horse's heels.

    Source: Portuguese
    Trust not a new friend or an old enemy.

    Source: Portuguese
    Trust not tow with firebrands, not a woman with men.

    Source: Portuguese
    Truth and oil come to the surface.

    Source: Portuguese
    Two eyes see more than one.

    Source: Portuguese
    Under a shabby cloak may be a smart drinker.

    Source: Portuguese
    Under fair words beware of fraud.

    Source: Portuguese
    Under the sackcloth there is something else.

    Source: Portuguese
    Vile let him be who deems himself vile.

    Source: Portuguese
    Visits always give pleasure, if not the arrival, the departure.

    Source: Portuguese
    War is sweet to him who does not go to it.

    Source: Portuguese
    Water washes everything.

    Source: Portuguese
    We have not saddled and yet we are riding.

    Source: Portuguese
    What is another's always sighs for its master.

    Source: Portuguese
    What is marriage, mother? Daughter, it is spinning, bearing children, and weeping.

    Source: Portuguese
    What was hard to bear is sweet to remember.

    Source: Portuguese
    What water gives, water takes away.

    Source: Portuguese
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