Wise Sayings: Letter M


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    Wise Sayings


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    Music has charms to soothe a savage beast.
    Author: William Congreve
    Music induces more madness in many than wine.

    Source: Latin
    Music is the best cure for a sorrowing mind.

    Source: Latin
    Music is the handmaid of divinity.

    Source: Latin
    Music provokes love.

    Source: Latin
    Must is a hard nut.

    Source: German
    My bark, once struck by the fury of the storm, dreads again to approach the place of danger.

    Source: Latin
    My chest locked, my soul safe.

    Source: Portuguese
    My daughter-in-law tucked up her sleeves, and upset the kettle into the fire.

    Source: Spanish
    My friend's enemy is often my best friend.

    Source: German
    My inclination first leads me in one direction, then in the opposite.

    Source: Latin
    My life and soul (are at your service), but not my pack-saddle.

    Source: Spanish
    My life and soul at your service, but not the pack-saddle.

    Source: Portuguese
    My money, your money, let us go to the tavern.

    Source: Portuguese
    My neighbour's goat gives more milk than mine.

    Source: Spanish
    My neighbour\'s hen lays more eggs than mine.

    Source: Spanish
    My No is as good as your Yes.

    Source: Italian
    My shirt is nearer than my cloak.

    Source: Dutch
    My sister's son is a kinsman beyond dispute.

    Source: Spanish
    My skirt with tears is always wet: I have forgotten to forget.

    Source: Japanese
    My son is my son till he gets him a wife, but my daughter's my daughter all the days of her life.

    Source: Japanese
    My teeth are nearer than my kindred.

    Source: Spanish
    My teeth before my relations.

    Source: Spanish
    My word is my bond.

    Source: Spanish
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