Wise Sayings: Letter E


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    Evil enters like a needle and spreads like an oak tree.

    Source: Ethiopian
    Evil gotten, evil spent.

    Source: Ethiopian
    Evil is soon done, but slowly mended.

    Source: Danish
    Evil must be driven out by evil.

    Source: Danish
    Evil thoughts often come from idleness.

    Source: Gaelic
    Evil wastes itself.

    Source: Danish
    Evil words corrupt good manners.

    Source: Dutch
    Evils follow each other.

    Source: Latin
    Exaggeration is to paint a snake and add legs.

    Source: Chinese
    Exaggeration is truth that has lost its temper.
    Author: Kahlil Gibran
    Examine what is said, not him who speaks.

    Source: Arab
    Example is better than precept.

    Source: Arab
    Example is the best precept.
    Author: Aesop
    Example is the greatest of all seducers.

    Source: French
    Excellent people are honored wherever they go.

    Source: Tibetan
    Except for the night, we could never know the stars.

    Source: German
    Excess in anything becomes a vice.

    Source: Latin
    Excess of delight palls the appetite.

    Source: Latin
    Excess of obligations may lose a friend.

    Source: Latin
    Expect not at another's hand what you can do by your own.

    Source: Spanish
    Expect the worst, but hope for the best.
    Author: Unknown
    Experience is the best teacher.
    Category: Experience Source: Latin Proverb
    Experience is the comb that nature gives us when we are bald.

    Source: Belgian
    Experience is the father of wisdom.

    Source: Belgian
    Experience is the mother of wisdom.
    Category: Experience Author: Unknown
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