Wise Sayings: Letter B


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    Better to lose a minute in your life than your life in a minute.

    Source: Uruguayan
    Better to marry a neighbor than a stranger.

    Source: Uruguayan
    Better to see the face than to hear the name.

    Source: Zen
    Better to sit all night than to go to bed with a dragon.

    Source: Zen
    Better to struggle with a sick jackass than carry the wood by yourself.

    Source: Zen
    Better to stumble once than be always tottering.

    Source: French
    Better to wear out than rust out.

    Source: French
    Better twice measured than once wrong.

    Source: Danish
    Better twice remembered than once forgotten.

    Source: Dutch
    Better walk before a hen than behind an ox.

    Source: French
    Better walk on wooden legs, than be carried on a wooden bier.

    Source: Danish
    Better walk unshackled in a green meadow, than be bound to a thorn-brush.

    Source: Danish
    Better weak beer than an empty cask.

    Source: Danish
    Better wear out shoes than sheets.

    Source: English Proverb
    Better wed over the mixen than over the moor.

    Source: English Proverb
    Better when birds sing than where irons ring.

    Source: Dutch
    Better whole than patched in gold.

    Source: Danish
    Better yourself before others.
    Author: Darren Bateman
    Better, There he goes, than There he hangs.

    Source: German
    Between a woman's "Yes" and "No" there is no room for the point of a needle.

    Source: German
    Between evil tongues and evil ears, there is nothing to choose.

    Source: Danish
    Between neighbours' gardens a hedge is not amiss.

    Source: German
    Between promising and giving a man should marry his daughter.

    Source: French
    Between saying and doing there is a great distance.

    Source: Danish
    Between saying and doing there is a long road.

    Source: Spanish
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