Wise Sayings: Letter M

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    Wise Sayings


    Mankind fears an evil man but heaven does not.

    Source: Chinese
    Manners maketh man.

    Source: Chinese
    Manual play, clown's play.

    Source: Spanish
    Many a cow stands in the meadow and looks wistfully at the common.

    Source: Danish
    Many a fool might pass for a wise man if he would only keep his mouth shut.

    Source: Danish
    Many a good cow has a bad calf.

    Source: German
    Many a good face is under a ragged hat.

    Source: Chinese
    Many a little make a mickle.

    Source: Chinese
    Many a man is a good friend but a bad neighbour.

    Source: Danish
    Many a mickle makes a muckle.

    Source: Danish
    Many a one is good because he can do no mischief.

    Source: French
    Many a one leaves the roast who afterwards longs for the smoke of it.

    Source: Italian
    Many a one suffers for what he can't help.

    Source: French
    Many a one threatens and yet is afraid.

    Source: Italian
    Many a one threatens, while he quakes for fear.

    Source: German
    Many a one would like to lay his own shame on another man's back.

    Source: Danish
    Many a pupil has gained more wealth than his master.

    Source: Greek
    Many a sheep goes out woolly and comes home shorn.

    Source: Danish
    Many a thing whispered into one ear is heard over the whole town.

    Source: Danish
    Many a true word in spoken in jest.

    Source: Italian
    Many a true word is spoken in jest.

    Source: English Proverb
    Many an injury comes from a fool's speech.

    Source: Latin
    Many annoyances surround an aged man.

    Source: Latin
    Many are brave when the enemy flies.

    Source: Italian
    Many are called but few are chosen.

    Source: Italian
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