Wise Sayings: Letter C


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    Wise Sayings


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    Civility costs nothing.

    Source: French
    Clapping with the right hand only will not produce a noise.

    Source: Malay
    Clay and lime conceal much evil.

    Source: Spanish
    Clean your finger before you point at my spots.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Cleaning a blot with blotted fingers maketh a greater.

    Source: Spanish
    Cleanliness is next to godliness.

    Source: Spanish
    Clergymen's sons always turn out badly.

    Source: Spanish
    Clodius impeaches the adulterers!

    Source: Latin
    Close sits my shirt, but closer my skin.

    Source: Latin
    Close, but no cigar.
    Source: American Proverb
    Clothes don't make the man.
    Author: Unknown
    Clothes make the man.

    Source: Dutch
    Clothes may disguise a fool, but his voice will give him away.
    Author: Unknown
    Clouds gather before a storm.
    Author: Unknown
    Clouds that thunder, do not always rain.
    Category: Vanity and arrogance Source: Armenian
    Clumsy birds have need of early flight.
    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    Coffee and love are best when they are hot.

    Source: German
    Coffee has two virtues, it is wet and warm.

    Source: Dutch
    Coin a phrase.

    Source: Dutch
    Cold broth hot again, that loved I never; Old love renew'd again, that loved I ever.

    Source: Dutch
    Cold hand, a warm heart.

    Source: German
    Cold hands, warm heart.
    Author: V S Lean
    Colewort twice cooked.

    Source: Latin
    Colts by falling, and lads by losing, grow prudent.

    Source: Spanish
    Come fish, come frog, all goes into the basket.

    Source: Spanish
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