Wise Sayings: Letter B

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    Wise Sayings


    Better is one "Take this," than two "I-will-give-you."

    Source: Portuguese
    Better is rule than rent.

    Source: Spanish
    Better is the branch that bends, than the branch that breaks.

    Source: Danish
    Better is the evil known than the good which is yet to know.

    Source: Danish
    Better is the smoke of my own house than the fire of another's.

    Source: Spanish
    Better joy in a cottage than sorrow in a palace.

    Source: Spanish
    Better keep peace than make peace.

    Source: Dutch
    Better keep, than have to beg.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better lady in a cottage than serving-woman in a castle.

    Source: Darkovan
    Better late than never.
    Source: Roman Proverb
    Better lose a supper than have a hundred physicians.

    Source: Spanish
    Better lose that lose more.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better lose the anchor than the whole ship.

    Source: Danish
    Better lose the saddle than the horse.

    Source: Italian
    Better lose the wool than the sheep.

    Source: French
    Better lose your labour than your time in idleness.

    Source: Dutch
    Better make a short circuit than to wet your hose.

    Source: Danish
    Better mine than ours.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better no law, than law not enforced.

    Source: Danish
    Better on the heath with an old cart that at sea in a new ship.

    Source: Dutch
    Better once in heaven than ten times at the gate.

    Source: Dutch
    Better once than never.

    Source: Italian
    Better one "Take this," than two "I will give you."

    Source: Spanish
    Better one cow in peace than seven in trouble.

    Source: Danish
    Better one eye-witness than ten hearsay witnesses.

    Source: Dutch
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