Wise Sayings: Letter C

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    Wise Sayings


    Cheats never prosper.

    Source: German
    Cheerful company shortens the miles.

    Source: German
    Cheerfulness and goodwill make labour light.

    Source: Danish
    Cheese and bread make the cheeks red.

    Source: German
    Cheese from the ewe, milk from the goat, butter from the cow.

    Source: Spanish
    Cheese is gold in the morning, silver at noon, and lead at night.

    Source: German
    Cherries are bitter to the glutted blackbird.

    Source: French
    Chickens are counted in autumn.

    Source: Russian
    Chickens can't go back into eggs.

    Category: Animals Source: Darkovan
    Chickens don't praise their own soup.
    Category: Flattery and praise Source: Martinican
    Chickens don\'t praise their own soup.

    Source: Martinican
    Child's pig, father's pork.

    Source: Martinican
    Children and drunken men speak the truth.

    Source: Danish
    Children and fools are prophets.

    Source: French
    Children and fools have merry lives.

    Source: French
    Children and fools Shouldn't play with edged tools.

    Source: Danish
    Children are a poor man's riches.
    Source: English Proverb
    Children are a poor man\'s wealth.

    Source: Danish
    Children are certain cares, but uncertain comforts.

    Source: Danish
    Children are certain sorrow, but uncertain joy.

    Source: Danish
    Children are poor men's riches.

    Source: English Proverb
    Children are the riches of the poor.

    Source: Danish
    Children are what they are made.

    Source: French
    Children aren't dogs; adults aren't gods.

    Source: Haitian
    Children have more need of models than critics.
    Category: Parents and children Source: French
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