Wise Sayings: Letter A


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    A horse may stumble, though he has four feet.

    Source: Dutch
    A horse of good breed is not dishonored by his saddle.
    Category: Animals Source: Arabic Proverb
    A horse that will not carry a saddle must have no oats.
    Category: Animals Source: Arabic Proverb
    A house divided cannot stand.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Bible
    A house divided cannot stand.
    Source: Arabic Proverb
    A house filled with guests is eaten up and ill spoken of.

    Source: Spanish
    A house full of daughters is a cellar full of sour beer.

    Source: Dutch
    A house ready built and a vineyard ready planted.

    Source: Spanish
    A house ready made and a wife to make.

    Source: French
    A house without either a cat or a dog is the house of a scoundrel.

    Source: Portuguese
    A huckster who cannot pass off mouse-turd for pepper, has not learned his trade.

    Source: German
    A hug a day keeps the demons at bay.

    Source: German
    A hundred bakers, a hundred millers, and a hundred tailors are three hundred thieves.

    Source: Dutch
    A hundred men can make an encampment, but it requires a woman to make a home.

    Source: Dutch
    A hundred men may make an encampment, but it takes a woman to make a home.
    Category: Men Source: Chinese Proverbs
    A hundred men may make an encampment, but it takes a woman to make a home.
    Source: Chinese
    A hundred tailors, a hundred millers, and a hundred weavers, are three hundred thieves.

    Source: Spanish
    A hundred waggonsful of sorrow will not pay a handful of debt.

    Source: Danish
    A hundred years a banner, a hundred years a barrow. [Signifying the changeful fortunes of great feudal families.]

    Source: French
    A hundred years cannot repair a moment's loss of honour.

    Source: Italian
    A hundred years hence we shall all be bald.

    Source: Spanish
    A hundred years is not much, but never is a long while.

    Source: French
    A hundred years of fretting will not pay a halfpenny of debt.

    Source: French
    A hundred years of regret pay not a farthing of debt.

    Source: German
    A hungry ass eats any straw.

    Source: Italian
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