Wise Sayings: Letter E


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    Every sun has to set.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Arabic Proverb
    Every tear has a smile behind it.
    Category: Adversity Source: Iranian
    Every ten years one man has need of another.

    Source: Italian
    Every time history repeats itself the price goes up.

    Source: Italian
    Every time the sheep bleats it loseth a mouthful.

    Source: Italian
    Every to-morrow brings its bread.

    Source: French
    Every truth is not good to be told.

    Source: Italian
    Every tub must stand on its own bottom.

    Source: Danish
    Every vine must have its stake.

    Source: Italian
    Every virtue is but halfway between two vices.

    Source: Latin
    Every why has its wherefore.

    Source: Dutch
    Every wind does not shake down the nut.

    Source: Italian
    Every wind is against a leaky ship.

    Source: Danish
    Every woman would rather be handsome than good.

    Source: German
    Everybody has a name, but not always the same luck with it.

    Source: Latin
    Everybody is the architect oh is own fortune.

    Source: German
    Everybody is wise after the thing has happened.

    Source: French
    Everybody knows best where his own shoe pinches.

    Source: German
    Everybody knows good counsel except him who has need of it.

    Source: German
    Everybody loves a fool, but nobody wants him for a son.

    Source: West African
    Everybody loves a lord.

    Source: West African
    Everybody makes mistakes.
    Author: Unknown
    Everybody must live.

    Source: French
    Everybody must wear out one pair of fool's shoes, if he wear no more.

    Source: German
    Everybody thinks his own cuckoo sings better than another's nightingale.

    Source: German
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