Wise Sayings: Letter E

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    Wise Sayings


    Everything does not fall that totters.

    Source: French
    Everything goes by favour and cousinship.

    Source: French
    Everything goes to him who does not want it.

    Source: French
    Everything has a wherefore.

    Source: Dutch
    Everything has an end except God.

    Source: Dutch
    Everything has an end--except a sausage, which has two.

    Source: Danish
    Everything has an end.

    Source: Danish
    Everything has its season.

    Source: Latin
    Everything has its time.

    Source: Portuguese
    Everything has two handles (or two sides).

    Source: Dutch
    Everything in its season, and turnips in Advent.

    Source: Spanish
    Everything in moderation.

    Author: Unknown
    Everything in time comes to him who knows how to wait.

    Source: French
    Everything is good for something.

    Source: Italian
    Everything is good in its season.

    Source: Italian
    Everything is lovely when the geese honk high.
    Author: Unknown
    Everything is of every year.

    Source: Italian
    Everything may be borne except good fortune.

    Source: Italian
    Everything may be bought except day and night.

    Source: French
    Everything may be repaired except the neckbone.

    Source: Italian
    Everything new is beautiful.

    Source: Italian
    Everything passes, everything breaks, everything wearies. [Fr., Tout passe, tout casse, tout lasse.]

    Source: French
    Evil be to him who evil thinks.

    Source: Italian
    Evil communications corrupt good manners.

    Source: Italian
    Evil does are evil dreaders.

    Source: Italian
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