Wise Sayings: Letter D


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    Death spares neither Pope nor beggar.

    Source: Portuguese
    Death squares all accounts.

    Source: Portuguese
    Death takes no bribes.
    Category: Death and dying Author: Ben Franklin
    Death takes the poor man's cow and the rich man's child.

    Source: French
    Death to the wolf is life to the lambs.

    Source: Latin
    Debt severs love.

    Source: Afghan
    Debtors are liars.

    Source: German
    Debts are like children; the smaller they are the more noise they make.

    Source: Spanish
    Deceit and treachery make no man rich.

    Source: Danish
    Deceit is in haste, but honesty can wait a fair leisure.

    Source: Danish
    Deceive not thy physician, confessor, or lawyer.

    Source: Spanish
    Deceive the rich and powerful if you will, but don't insult them.

    Source: Japanese
    Deceiving a deceiver is no knavery.

    Source: Japanese
    Deeds are fruits, words are leaves.

    Source: English Proverb
    Deeds are fruits; words are leaves.
    Category: Words and deeds Source: English
    Deeds are love, and not fine phrases.

    Source: Spanish
    Deeds are love, and not sweet words.

    Source: Portuguese
    Deeds not words are required.

    Source: Latin
    Deep doubts, deep wisdom; small doubts, little wisdom.
    Category: Doubt Source: Chinese Proverb
    Deep draughts, and long morning slumbers, soon make a man poor.

    Source: Danish
    Deep rivers move with silent majesty, shallow brooks are noisy.

    Source: Danish
    Deep swimmers and high climbers seldom die in their beds.

    Source: Dutch
    Deer-hunter, waste not your arrow on the hare.

    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    Defeat isn't bitter if you don't swallow it.

    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
    Defer not till to-morrow what may be done to-day.

    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
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