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    Wise Sayings


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    Choleric men are blind and mad.

    Source: Portuguese
    Conceal not your secret from your friend, or you deserve to lose him.

    Source: Portuguese
    Concealed goodness is a sort of vice.

    Source: Portuguese
    Confess and be hanged.

    Source: Portuguese
    Counterfeit coin passes current at night.

    Source: Portuguese
    Crows do not peck out crow's eyes.

    Source: Portuguese
    Dead men tell no tales.

    Source: Portuguese
    Dear is cheap, and cheap is dear.

    Source: Portuguese
    Death spares neither Pope nor beggar.

    Source: Portuguese
    Death squares all accounts.

    Source: Portuguese
    Deeds are love, and not sweet words.

    Source: Portuguese
    Despise your enemy and you will soon be beaten.

    Source: Portuguese
    Destroy the lion while he is but a whelp.

    Source: Portuguese
    Do ill, and expect the like.

    Source: Portuguese
    Do not rear a bird of a bad breed.

    Source: Portuguese
    Don't be a baker if your head is made of butter.

    Source: Portuguese
    Don't leave the high road for a short cut.

    Source: Portuguese
    Don't let the bastards grind you down.

    Source: Portuguese
    Don't let the cat out of the bag.

    Source: Portuguese
    Don't let your sorrow come higher than your knees.

    Source: Portuguese
    Don't make yourself poor to one who won't make you rich.

    Source: Portuguese
    Don't pull hard enough to break the rope.

    Source: Portuguese
    Don't put all you eggs in one basket.

    Source: Portuguese
    Eat of your own, and call yourself mine (i.e. Be my servant and find yourself).

    Source: Portuguese
    Eat the wind and swallow bitterness.

    Source: Portuguese
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