Wise Sayings: Letter G


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    Great promisers, bad paymasters.

    Source: Dutch
    Great say-masters, bad pay-masters.
    Source: German
    Great scholars are not the shrewdest men.

    Source: French
    Great smoke, little roast.

    Source: Italian
    Great souls have wills; feeble ones have only wishes.

    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
    Great souls have wills; feeble ones have only wishes.
    Category: Will Source: Chinese Proverbs
    Great spenders are bad lenders.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Great talkers are commonly liars.
    Source: German
    Great talkers are little doers.

    Source: Dutch
    Great talkers are not great doers.

    Source: French
    Great talkers, little doers.

    Source: French
    Great thieves always have their sleeves full of gags.

    Source: French
    Great trees give more shade than fruit.
    Source: German
    Great wealth, great care.

    Source: Dutch
    Great weights may hang on small wires.

    Source: Dutch
    Great wits meet.

    Source: French
    Greater fools than they of Zago, who dunged the steeple to make it grow.

    Source: Italian
    Greater qualities are needed to bear good fortune than bad.

    Source: French
    Greatness alone in not enough, or the cow would outrun the hare.
    Source: German
    Greed often overreaches itself.
    Author: Aesop
    Greedy fowk hae long arms.
    Source: German
    Green Christmas, a white Easter.

    Source: German
    Grey hairs are death's blossoms.

    Source: Danish
    Grief unspoken turns to poison.

    Category: Relationships Source: Darkovan
    Grieve not for that which is irreparably lost.

    Source: Latin
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