Wise Sayings: Letter H


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    Wise Sayings


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    He is lifeless that is faultless.

    Source: English Proverb
    He is like a cat, he always falls on his feet.

    Source: French
    He is like a silver pin, Fair without, but foul within.

    Source: French
    He is like a singed cat, better than he looks.

    Source: French
    He is like the anchor that is always in the sea, yet does not learn to swim.

    Source: Italian
    He is like the gardener's dog, who don't eat cabbage and will let no one else eat them.

    Source: French
    He is little suited to be a baker, whose head is made of butter.

    Source: Danish
    He is looking out for a fig. [He is planning for himself.]

    Source: Latin
    He is lucky who forgets what cannot be mended.
    Source: German
    He is master of another man's life who is indifferent to his own.

    Source: Italian
    He is miserable indeed that must lock up his miseries.

    Source: Italian
    He is miserable once, who feels it; but twice, who fear it before it comes.

    Source: Italian
    He is most cheated who cheats himself.

    Source: Danish
    He is most likely to spill who holds the vessel in his hand.

    Source: Danish
    He is my friend that grindeth at my mill.

    Source: Danish
    He is my friend that succoureth me, not he that pitieth me.

    Source: Danish
    He is nearest a thing, who has it in his hands.

    Source: Danish
    He is nearest to God who has the fewest wants.

    Source: Danish
    He is never likely to have a good thing cheap that is afraid to ask a price.

    Source: Danish
    He is no friend that eats his own by himself, and mine with me.

    Source: Portuguese
    He is no great heir that inherits not his ancestor's virtues.

    Source: Portuguese
    He is no merchant who always gains.

    Source: Dutch
    He is no small knave who knows a great one.

    Source: Danish
    He is noble who performs noble deeds.

    Source: Dutch
    He is nobody's enemy but his own.

    Source: Dutch
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