Wise Sayings: Letter C


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    Wise Sayings


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    Cultivate the garden within.

    Source: Latin
    Cunning has little honour.

    Source: Danish
    Cunning men's cloaks sometimes fall.

    Source: Italian
    Cunning surpasses strength.

    Source: German
    Curiosity killed the cat.
    Author: E O Neill
    Curious Varvara's nose was torn off.

    Source: Russian
    Curse your wife at evening, sleep alone at night.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
    Cursed cows have short horns.

    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    Curses are like processions: they return to whence they set out.

    Source: Italian
    Curses like chickens, come home to roost.
    Author: Chaucer
    Curses on accounts with relations.

    Source: Spanish
    Curses, like chickens, always come home to roost.

    Source: Spanish
    Curses, like chickens, come home to roost.

    Source: Spanish
    Custom becomes law.

    Source: Spanish
    Custom in infancy becomes nature in old age.

    Source: Spanish
    Custom makes all things easy.

    Source: Spanish
    Customers are jade; merchandise is grass.

    Source: Chinese
    Cut down the tree that you are able to.

    Source: Russian
    Cut off the dog's tail, he remains a dog.

    Source: Italian
    Cut your coat according to your cloth.
    Author: John Heywood
    Cutting off a mule's ears doesn't make it a horse.
    Category: Authenticity
    Cutting off a mule\'s ears doesn\'t make it a horse.

    Source: Creole
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