Wise Sayings: Letter E

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    Wise Sayings


    Every man hath his hobby-horse.
    Source: American Proverb
    Every man his own is not too much.

    Source: Dutch
    Every man is a fool in some man's opinion.

    Source: Spanish
    Every man is dearest to himself.

    Source: German
    Every man is master in his own house.

    Source: Dutch
    Every man is the architect of his own fortune.

    Source: Danish
    Every man is the architect of his own fortune.
    Author: Appius
    Every man is the best interpreter of his own words.

    Source: German
    Every man is the son of his own works.

    Source: Spanish
    Every man judges of others by himself.

    Source: Latin
    Every man likes his own praise best.

    Source: Danish
    Every man must carry his own sack to the mill.

    Source: Danish
    Every man must go to the mill with his own sack.

    Source: Danish
    Every man rejoices in his peculiar study.

    Source: Latin
    Every man rides his own hobby.

    Source: German
    Every man should support himself, and not hang upon another.

    Source: Spanish
    Every man thinks his own owl a falcon.

    Source: Dutch
    Every man to his taste.

    Source: French
    Every man to his trade.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every man who can blow a horn is not a huntsman.

    Source: Latin
    Every man's friend is every man's fool.

    Category: Friends Source: Danish
    Every man's sin falls on his own head.

    Source: Latin
    Every may-be hath a may-be not.

    Source: Latin
    Every mother's child is handsome.

    Source: German
    Every one basteth the fat hog, while the lean one burneth.

    Source: German
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