Wise Sayings: Letter E

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    Wise Sayings


    Every foal is not like its sire.

    Source: Danish
    Every fool can find faults that a great many wise men can't remedy.

    Source: Danish
    Every fool is different.

    Source: German
    Every fool is pleased with his bauble.

    Source: Spanish
    Every fool is wise when he holds his tongue.

    Source: Italian
    Every fool likes his bauble.

    Source: French
    Every fool thinks he is clever enough.

    Source: Danish
    Every fool wants to give advice.

    Source: Italian
    Every fox likes a henroost.

    Source: Italian
    Every fox looks after his own skin.

    Source: Danish
    Every garden may have some weeds.
    Source: English Proverb
    Every great thing only consists of many small particles united.

    Source: Latin
    Every hare may pluck the dead lion's mane.

    Source: German
    Every head is a world.
    Category: Differences Source: Cuban
    Every herring must hang by his own gill.
    Author: S Harwood
    Every herring must hang by its own gill.

    Source: German
    Every hill has its valley.

    Source: Italian
    Every hooked beak is maintained by prey.

    Source: French
    Every horse thinks his own pack heaviest.
    Author: Thomas Fuller
    Every house has its cross.

    Source: Dutch
    Every innovation startles us more by its novelty than it benefits us by its utility.

    Source: Latin
    Every invalid is a doctor.

    Source: Irish
    Every jack has his jill; if only they can find each other.
    Author: R Cotgrave
    Every labourer is worthy of his hire.

    Source: German
    Every land has its own law.
    Author: J Carmichael
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