Wise Sayings: Letter M


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    Money wins the battle, not the long arm.

    Source: Portuguese
    Money, like a queen, gives rank and beauty.

    Source: Latin
    Monks, mice, rats, vermin, seldom sunder without harming.

    Source: German
    Mony sma's mak a great.

    Source: German
    More afraid than hurt.

    Source: German
    More are drowned in the bowl than in the sea.

    Source: German
    More belongs to dancing than a pair of dancing-shoes.

    Source: Dutch
    More belongs to riding than a pair of boots.

    Source: German
    More blind than the cast-off skin of a serpent.

    Source: Latin
    More cost, more worship.

    Source: Latin
    More die by food than famine.

    Source: Latin
    More flies are caught with a drop of honey than with a barrel of vinegar.

    Source: Danish
    More flies are caught with a spoonful of syrup than with a cask of vinegar.

    Source: Dutch
    More flies are taken with a drop of honey than a tun of vinegar.

    Source: Dutch
    More grows in a garden than the gardener sows there.

    Source: Portuguese
    More haste, less speed.

    Source: Portuguese
    More is done with words than with hands.

    Source: German
    More like than egg to egg.

    Source: Latin
    More luck than wit.

    Source: Dutch
    More naked than the cast-off skin of a serpent.

    Source: Latin
    More people are slain by supper than by the sword.

    Source: Danish
    More people know Tom Fool than Tom Fool knows.

    Source: Danish
    More than enough is too much.

    Source: Danish
    More than enough is too much.
    Category: Money Author: Unknown
    More unlucky than dogs in church.

    Source: Italian
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