Wise Sayings: Letter A


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    At an ambuscade of villains a man does better with his feet than his hands.

    Source: Spanish
    At an auction keep your mouth shut.

    Source: Spanish
    At an open chest the righteous sins.

    Source: Italian
    At borrowing cousin german, at repaying son of a whore.

    Source: French
    At court there are many hands, but few hearts.

    Source: German
    At court they sell a good deal of smoke without fire.

    Source: Danish
    At evening the sluggard is busy.

    Source: German
    At high tide, fish eat ants; at low tide, ants eat fish.
    Category: Permanence and change Source: Thai
    At last the foxes all meet at the furrier's.

    Source: Italian
    At once a good general and a stout soldier.

    Source: Latin
    At Rome do as Rome does.

    Source: French
    At Shrove-tide every one had need of his frying-pan.

    Source: French
    At table bashfulness is out of place.

    Source: Italian
    At the bar of one's own conscience.

    Source: Latin
    At the bottom of patience one finds heaven.
    Category: Patience Source: African
    At the end of the game we see who wins.

    Source: Italian
    At the end of the game you\'ll see who\'s the winner.

    Source: Italian
    At the end of the work you may judge of the workmen.

    Source: Italian
    At the end the Gloria is chanted.

    Source: Spanish
    At the gate of patience there is no crowding.
    Category: Patience Source: Moroccan
    At the king's court every one for himself.

    Source: French
    At the narrow passage there is no brother and no friend.
    Source: Arabic Proverb
    At the wars as they do at the wars.

    Source: French
    At the wedding-feast the least eater is the bride.

    Source: Spanish
    Attack is the best form of defence.

    Source: Spanish
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