Wise Sayings: Letter I

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    Wise Sayings


    It's a free country.

    Source: Italian
    It's a long lane that has no turning.

    Source: Dutch
    It's a poor heart that never rejoices.

    Source: Dutch
    It's a poor sheep that cannot carry its own wool.

    Source: German
    It's a sin to steal a pin.

    Source: German
    It's a small world.
    Author: Unknown
    It's a very proud horse that will not carry his oats.

    Source: Italian
    It's a well-known fact, dirt stinks more when stirred.

    Source: Latin
    It's all grist to the mill.

    Source: Latin
    It's all in how you look at things.

    Author: Unknown
    It's an ill bird that fouls his own nest.
    Source: Latin Proverb
    It's an ill plan that cannot be changed.

    Source: Latin
    It's an ill wind that blows no good.
    Author: John Heywood
    It's as difficult to be rich without bragging as it is to be poor without complaining.

    Source: Chinese
    It's as hard to see a woman crying as it is to see a barefooted duck.

    Source: Irish
    It's bad combing where there is no hair.

    Source: Dutch
    It's better that the bakers are on horseback than the doctors.

    Source: Dutch
    It's better to arrive on time than to be invited.

    Source: Spanish
    It's better to be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.
    Source: Bible
    It's better to find a whole worm in your apple than half a worm.
    Author: Unknown
    It's but little good you'll do a-watering the last year's crop.
    Author: George Eliot
    It's dogged as does it.

    Source: Spanish
    It's enough to make a parson swear, or a quaker kick his mother.

    Source: Spanish
    It's foolish sheep that makes the wolf its confessor.

    Source: Italian
    It's for her own good that the cat purrs.

    Source: Irish
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