Wise Sayings: Letter A


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    A mouse in time may bite in two a cable.

    Source: Latin
    A mouse may help a lion.

    Source: Latin
    A mouse relies not solely on one hole.

    Source: Latin
    A mouse will put the finishing stroke to a castle wall.

    Source: Latin
    A mouse will scare a thief.

    Source: Italian
    A mouth that praises and a hand that kills.
    Source: Arabic Proverb
    A muffled cat is no good mouser.

    Source: Italian
    A muffled cat never caught a mouse.

    Source: French
    A mule and a woman do what is expected of them.

    Source: Spanish
    A mute bird makes no omen.

    Source: Spanish
    A nail secures the horse-shoe, the shoe the horse, the horse the man, the man the castle, and the castle the whole land.
    Source: German
    A narrow neck keeps the bottle from being emptied in one swig.

    Source: Irish
    A nation's treasure: scholars.
    Source: Chinese
    A naughty child must be roughly rocked.

    Source: Danish
    A near neighbour is better than a distant cousin.

    Source: Italian
    A necessary lie is harmless.

    Source: German
    A neighbour's eye is full of jealousy.

    Source: Danish
    A net will catch more than a pole.

    Source: Russian
    A new broom is good for three days.

    Source: Italian
    A new broom sweeps clean but an old broom knows the corners.
    Category: Friendship Source: Virgin Islander
    A new broom sweeps clean, but an old broom knows the corners.

    Source: Irish
    A new net won't catch an old bird.

    Source: Italian
    A noble prince or king never has a coin to bless himself.

    Source: French
    A nobleman's calf does not know how a butcher kills.

    Source: Korean
    A nobody to-day, a prince to-morrow. [The reverse of "To-day a man, to-morrow a mouse."]

    Source: Latin
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