Wise Sayings: Letter E

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    Wise Sayings


    Eating sets the head to rights.

    Source: Spanish
    Eating teaches drinking.

    Source: Italian
    Eating while seated makes one of large size; eating while standing makes one strong.

    Source: Hindu
    Economy is the wealth of the poor and the wisdom of the rich.
    Category: Thrift Source: French
    Education is the poor man's haven.

    Source: Latin
    Eels become accustomed to skinning.

    Source: Latin
    Eggs and oaths are easily broken.

    Source: Danish
    Eggs are put to hatch on a chance.

    Source: French
    Eggs cannot teach a hen.

    Source: Russian
    Eggs have no business dancing with stones.

    Source: Italian
    Eggs have no business dancing with stones.
    Category: Prudence Source: Haitian
    Egotism is an alphabet of one letter.

    Source: Scottish
    Either a man or a mouse.

    Source: Scottish
    Either a ship or a tuft of feathers.

    Source: Latin
    Either by might or by sleight.

    Source: Latin
    Either Caesar, or nobody.

    Source: Latin
    Either do as your neighbors do, or move away.

    Source: Moroccan
    Either fight not with priests or beat them to death.

    Source: German
    Either never attempt a thing or carry it out.

    Source: Latin
    Either rich or hanged.

    Source: Spanish
    Either the ass will die, or he that goads it.

    Source: Spanish
    Either you sink or you swim.

    Source: Spanish
    Elbow grease is the best polish.

    Source: English Proverb
    Elbow-grease is a great preventative of disease.

    Source: French
    Eleven persons take eleven paths.

    Source: Kashmiri
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