Wise Sayings: Letter I


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    Wise Sayings


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    It is ill takin' the breeks off a highlandman.

    Source: Dutch
    It is in putting it into the oven that the loaf is made crooked.

    Source: Spanish
    It is in vain for a man to rise early who has the repute of lying in bed all the morning.

    Source: French
    It is in vain to cast nets in a river where there are no fish.

    Source: Spanish
    It is in vain to lay a net in sight of the birds.

    Source: Italian
    It is in vain to lean the ox to the water if he is not thirsty.

    Source: French
    It is inexcusable to have remained long away, and return empty-handed.

    Source: Latin
    It is just that the priest should live by the altar.

    Source: French
    It is loving too much to die of love.

    Source: French
    It is madness for a sheep to talk of peace with a wolf.

    Source: French
    It is merry in hall when beards wag all.

    Source: French
    It is more difficult to bridle the tongue than to conquer an army.

    Source: Latin
    It is more difficult to contend with oneself than with the world.

    Source: Kurdish
    It is more necessary to guard the mouth than the chest.

    Source: German
    It is more painful to do nothing than something.

    Source: German
    It is more wicked to love a sin than to commit one.

    Source: Latin
    It is never too late to ask what time it is.

    Source: Latin
    It is never too late to learn.

    Source: Latin
    It is never too late to mend.

    Source: Latin
    It is no advantage for a man in fever to change his bed.

    Source: Latin
    It is no business of mine; may it go to the devil!

    Source: Latin
    It is no time to go for the doctor when the patient is dead.

    Source: Irish
    It is no time to play chess when the house is on fire.

    Source: Italian
    It is no use crying over spilt milk.

    Source: Italian
    It is no use fretting after last winter's snow.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Darkovan
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