Wise Sayings: Letter M


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    Mad as a wet hen.

    Source: Portuguese
    Mad desire, when it has the most, longs for more.

    Source: Latin
    Mad dogs get their coats torn.

    Source: Danish
    Mad drunkenness discloses every secret.

    Source: Latin
    Mad love, I for you and you for another.

    Source: Portuguese
    Mad love--I for you, and you for another.

    Source: Spanish
    Maidens say no, and mean yes.

    Source: German
    Maids say nay, and take.

    Source: German
    Make a bridge of silver for the flying enemy.

    Source: Spanish
    Make a friend when you don't need one.
    Category: Friendship Source: Jamaican
    Make a friend when you don\'t need one.

    Source: Jamaican
    Make a meal and contention will cease.
    Source: Hebrew
    Make a silver bridge for a flying enemy.

    Source: Portuguese
    Make a virtue of necessity. [Claim credit for compulsory rectitude.]

    Source: Latin
    Make do with what you have.
    Author: Unknown
    Make every bargain clear and plain, that none may afterwards complain.

    Source: Latin
    Make good flour and you need no trumpet.

    Source: Portuguese
    Make good flour, and do not blow the trumpet.

    Source: Spanish
    Make good use of your time, it flies fast.

    Source: Latin
    Make happy those who are near, and those who are far will come.
    Source: Chinese
    Make haste slowly.

    Source: Latin
    Make haste slowly.
    Author: Suetonius
    Make hay when the sun shines.

    Source: Latin
    Make hay while the sun shines.
    Author: John Heywood
    Make love, not war.
    Source: American Proverb
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