Wise Sayings: Letter H

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    Wise Sayings


    His illness is more mental than bodily.

    Source: Latin
    His like Jean de Nivelle's dog, that runs away when he is called.

    Source: French
    His presents conceal a baited hook.

    Source: Latin
    His tongue says little, but powerful is his right arm.

    Source: Latin
    His wit got wings and would have flown, But poverty still kept him down.

    Source: Latin
    History repeats itself.

    Source: Latin
    History repeats itself.
    Author: George Eliot
    Hit the nail on the head.
    Author: John Heywood
    Hitherto I gave you credit for having horns. [I gave you credit for not being wanting in courage.]

    Source: Latin
    Hobby horses are dearer than Arabians.

    Source: German
    Hold a candle to the devil!

    Source: German
    Hold a true friend with both your hands.
    Source: Nigerian Proverb
    Hold back some goods for a thousand days and you will be sure to sell at a profit.

    Source: Chinese
    Hold fast to the words of your ancestors.
    Category: Proverbs Source: Maori
    Hold your dog in readiness before you start the hare.

    Source: Danish
    Holyday time will not last forever.

    Source: Latin
    Home is home though it's never so homely.

    Source: Latin
    Home is home, as the Devil said when he found himself in the Court of Session.

    Source: Latin
    Home is home, be it ever so humble.

    Source: Latin
    Home, dear home, small as thou art, to me thou art a palace.

    Source: Italian
    Homer sometimes nods.

    Source: Italian
    Honest men marry soon, wise men never.

    Source: Italian
    Honest poverty is thinly sown.

    Source: French
    Honesty is like an icicle; if once it melts that is the end of it.
    Source: American Proverb
    Honesty is the best policy.
    Author: Aesop
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