Wise Sayings: Letter E


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    Every land to its own custom, every wheel its own spindle.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every law is broken to become a king.

    Source: Spanish
    Every life has its joy, every joy its law.

    Source: Danish
    Every light hath its shadow.

    Source: Danish
    Every light is not the sun.

    Source: German
    Every little blade of grass declares the presence of God.

    Source: Latin
    Every little fish expects to become a whale.

    Source: Danish
    Every little helps to lighten the freight, said the captain, as he threw his wife overboard.

    Source: Dutch
    Every little helps, said the sow, when she snapped at a gnat.

    Source: Danish
    Every little helps.

    Source: Dutch
    Every lover is a slave: he follows captive at his mistress's heels.

    Source: Latin
    Every man carries an enemy in his own bosom.

    Source: Danish
    Every man for himself, and God for us all.

    Source: German
    Every man for himself.

    Source: Latin
    Every man goes down to his death bearing in his hands only that which he has given away.

    Source: Persian
    Every man has a fool up his sleeve.
    Source: American Proverb
    Every man has a good wife and a bad trade.

    Source: Italian
    Every man has his liking.

    Source: Danish
    Every man has his lot, and a wide world before him.

    Source: Danish
    Every man has his peculiar habit.

    Source: Latin
    Every man has his price.
    Author: Unknown
    Every man has his value.

    Source: French
    Every man has one black patch, and some have two.
    Source: American Proverb
    Every man has to seek his own way to make himself more noble and to realize his own true worth.
    Author: Albert Schweitzer
    Every man hath a fool in his sleeve.
    Source: American Proverb
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