Wise Sayings: Letter I


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    Wise Sayings


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    Ill luck comes by pounds and goes away by ounces.

    Source: Italian
    Ill news comes apace.

    Source: Italian
    Ill news travels fast.

    Source: Italian
    Ill weeds grow fast.
    Author: John Heywood
    Ill weeds grow the fastest and last the longest.

    Source: Danish
    Ill weeds grows apace.

    Source: Latin
    Ill words are bellows to a slackening fire.

    Source: Latin
    Ill-doers, ill-deemers.

    Source: Latin
    Ill-gotten goods seldom prosper.

    Source: German
    Ill-luck is good for something.

    Source: French
    Ill-timed laughter is a dangerous evil.

    Source: Greek
    Illness comes in by mouth; ills come out by it.

    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
    Illness tells us what we are.

    Source: Italian
    Imagination gallops, judgment merely walks.

    Source: Italian
    Imagination is more important than knowledge.
    Author: Albert Einstein
    Imitate the snail in deliberation, the bird in execution.

    Source: Latin
    Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

    Source: Latin
    Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
    Author: Charles Caleb Colton
    Immortal glory waits on talent.

    Source: Latin
    Impatience does not diminish but augments the evil.

    Source: Latin
    Imperceptibly the hours glide on, and beguile us as they pass.

    Source: Latin
    Implementation beats oration.
    Author: Aesop
    In a broken nest there are few whole eggs.

    Category: Family Source: Chinese Proverb
    In a calm sea, every man is a pilot.

    Source: German
    In a cat's eye, all things belong to cats.

    Source: English Proverb
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