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    Wise Sayings


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    Better keep, than have to beg.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better lose that lose more.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better mine than ours.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better repair the gutter than the whole house.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better straw, than nothing.

    Source: Portuguese
    Between the hand and the lip the morsel may slip.

    Source: Portuguese
    Beware of a door that has many keys.

    Source: Portuguese
    Beware of a man that does not talk, and of a dog that does not bark.

    Source: Portuguese
    Beware of a pledge that eats.

    Source: Portuguese
    Beware of the dog that does not bark.

    Source: Portuguese
    Birds of prey do not flock together.

    Source: Portuguese
    Bite the biter.

    Source: Portuguese
    Brackish water is sweet in a drought.

    Source: Portuguese
    Brag is a good dog, but Holdfast is better.

    Source: Portuguese
    Broken friendship may be soldered but can never be made sound.

    Source: Portuguese
    Buy your greyhound, don't rear him.

    Source: Portuguese
    By going gains the mill, and not by standing still.

    Source: Portuguese
    Chairs sink and stools rise.

    Source: Portuguese
    Change yourself, and fortune will change with you.

    Source: Portuguese
    Chastise the good man, he will grow better; chastise the bad, and he will grow worse.

    Source: Portuguese
    Children married, cares increased.

    Source: Portuguese
    Children pick up words, as pigeons peas, And utter them again as God shall please.

    Source: Portuguese
    Children should be seen and not heard.

    Source: Portuguese
    Children tell in the highway what they hear by the fireside.

    Source: Portuguese
    Children: one is one, two is fun, three is a houseful.

    Source: Portuguese
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