Wise Sayings: Letter H


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    Wise Sayings


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    He is always right who suspects that he makes mistakes.

    Source: Spanish
    He is an aristocrat in folio.

    Source: Dutch
    He is an essence of scoundrels.

    Source: Dutch
    He is an old saint, any may leave it in the hands of God.

    Source: Portuguese
    He is as easily caught as a hare with drums.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as good a Catholic as Duke Alva's dog; who ate flesh in Lent.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as good a divine as Judas was an apostle.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as poor as Job.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as sharp as a leaden dagger.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as welcome as the first day in Lent. (Alluding to fastday.)

    Source: Dutch
    He is blind enough who cannot see through a sieve.

    Source: Spanish
    He is but a poor husbandman, who sows in sand.

    Source: Latin
    He is called clever who cheats and plunders his friend.

    Source: French
    He is caught in his own snare.

    Source: Latin
    He is consumed by a vain hope.

    Source: Latin
    He is easy to lure, who is ready to follow.

    Source: Danish
    He is full of sweet faults.

    Source: Latin
    He is guilty who is not at home.

    Source: Ukrainian
    He is his own enemy.

    Source: Latin
    He is his own trumpeter.

    Source: Latin
    He is hunting for water in the sea.

    Source: Latin
    He is in no place who is everywhere.

    Source: Italian
    He is in safety who rings the tocsin.

    Source: Spanish
    He is in search of a ram with five feet.

    Source: Italian
    He is indeed a conqueror who conquers himself.

    Source: Latin
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