Wise Sayings: Letter C


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    Wise Sayings


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    Courage is often caused by fear.

    Source: French
    Courage is ten, nine is the ability to escape.

    Source: Azerbaijani
    Courage is the complement of fear.
    Category: Courage Author: Lazarus Long
    Courage mounteth with occasion.

    Source: Azerbaijani
    Court not companionship with tigers.

    Source: Latin
    Courteous men learn courtesy from the discourteous.

    Source: Persian
    Courtesie is cumbersome to them that ken it not.

    Source: Persian
    Courtesy on one side can never last long.

    Source: Persian
    Courtesy that is all on one side cannot last long.

    Source: French
    Courting and wooing brings dallying and doing.

    Source: French
    Courts grant not their favours as men are good and deserving.

    Source: Latin
    Cover up the pot, there's an eel in it.

    Source: Dutch
    Covet not the property of others.

    Source: Latin
    Covet wealth, and want it; don't, and luck will grant it
    Category: Wealth Source: Chinese
    Covetous men's chests are rich, not they.
    Category: Wealth Source: Chinese
    Covetousness bursts the bag.

    Source: Spanish
    Covetousness is never satisfied till its mouth is filled with earth.

    Source: Dutch
    Cow of many--well milked and badly fed.

    Source: Spanish
    Coward against coward, the assailant conquers.

    Source: Spanish
    Cowards die many times before their death.
    Author: William Shakespeare
    Cowards have no luck.

    Source: German
    Cowards may die many times before their death.

    Source: German
    Cowards win no laurels.

    Source: Latin
    Cowards' weapons neither cut nor pierce.

    Source: Italian
    Cows have no business in horseplay.

    Source: Jamaican
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