Wise Sayings: Letter A


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    A person changing his clothing always hides while changing.

    Source: Kenyan
    A person does not seek luck; luck seeks the person.

    Source: Turkish
    A person eating must make crumbs.

    Source: Sicilian
    A person has learned much who has learned how to die.
    Category: Death and dying Source: German
    A person is unlucky who falls on his back and breaks his nose.

    Source: French
    A person who say it cannot be done should not interrupt the man doing it.
    Source: Chinese
    A person whose heart is not content is like a snake which tries to swallow an elephant.
    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    A person with a bad name is already half-hanged.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
    A pestilence follows a famine.

    Source: Latin
    A pet child has many names.

    Source: Danish
    A picture is a poem wanting words.

    Source: Latin
    A picture is a poem without words.
    Category: Art and creativity Source: Latin
    A picture's worth a thousand words.
    Author: Unknown
    A piece of meat with eyes.

    Source: Sicilian
    A pig bought on credit grunts all the year.

    Source: Spanish
    A pig bought on credit is forever grunting.

    Source: Spanish
    A pig on credit makes a good winter and a bad spring.

    Source: Portuguese
    A pig used to dirt turns its nose up at rice.

    Source: Japanese
    A pig's life, short and sweet.

    Source: French
    A pig's tail will never make a good arrow.

    Source: Spanish
    A pitcher that goes oft to the well is broken at last.

    Source: Italian
    A place for everything and everything in its place.
    Author: Samuel Smiles
    A plank in a wreck.

    Source: Latin
    A plaster house, a horse at grass, a friend in words, are all mere glass.

    Source: Dutch
    A pleasant companion on a journey is as good as a postchaise.

    Source: French
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