Wise Sayings: Letter E


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    Enough is as good as a feast.
    Author: Sir Thomas Malory
    Enough is better than a sackful.

    Source: German
    Enough is enough, and too much spoils.

    Source: Italian
    Enough is great riches.

    Source: Danish
    Enough shovels of earth - a mountain. Enough pails of water - a river.

    Category: Water Source: Chinese Proverbs
    Enough's as good as a feast.

    Source: Chinese
    Enough, even to loathing.

    Source: Latin
    Enter not at all, or else pass through.

    Source: Latin
    Entreat him in jackass fashion; if he won't carry the sack, give him a whack.

    Source: German
    Entreat the churl and the bargain is broken off.

    Source: Italian
    Entreaties to get him to sing, and entreaties to leave off.

    Source: Spanish
    Entreaty and right do the deed.

    Source: Spanish
    Envy crieth of spite where honour rideth.

    Source: Dutch
    Envy does not enter an empty house.

    Source: Danish
    Envy eats nothing but its own heart.

    Source: German
    Envy envies itself.

    Source: German
    Envy goes beyond avarice.

    Source: French
    Envy has no rest.
    Category: Jealousy and envy Source: Middle Eastern
    Envy is based on an incomplete understanding of the other person's situation.
    Category: Jealousy and envy Author: George Chapman
    Envy is its own torturer.

    Source: Danish
    Envy is the companion of glory.

    Source: Latin
    Envy never has a holiday.

    Source: Latin
    Envy no man.

    Source: Latin
    Envy of others always shows.
    Category: Jealousy and envy Author: Aesop
    Envy waits on boasting.

    Source: Latin
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