Wise Sayings: Letter N

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    Wise Sayings


    Necessity is a strong weapon.

    Source: Latin
    Necessity is the mother of invention.
    Source: Irish Proverb
    Necessity never made a good bargain.

    Source: North American
    Necessity recognizes no law.

    Source: Latin
    Necessity requires no decision.

    Source: Latin
    Necessity seeks bread where it is to be found.

    Source: German
    Necessity teaches arts.

    Source: German
    Necessity teaches even the lame to dance.

    Source: German
    Necessity unites hearts.

    Source: German
    Neck or nothing.

    Source: German
    Need makes the old wife trot.

    Source: Danish
    Need teaches a plan.

    Source: Irish
    Need teaches things unlawful.

    Source: Irish
    Needle and thread are half clothing.

    Source: Spanish
    Needs must when the devil drives.

    Source: Spanish
    Negation proves nothing. [Mere opposition to a theory does not commit you to anything.]

    Source: Latin
    Neglect kills injuries, revenge increases them.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Neglect mending a small fault and 'twill soon be a great one.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Neglect will sooner kill an injury than revenge.

    Source: Latin
    Neighbour once over the hedge, neighbour over it again.

    Source: German
    Neither a borrower nor a lender be.
    Author: William Shakespeare
    Neither a good friar for friend, nor a bad one for enemy.

    Source: Spanish
    Neither beautiful, nor young.

    Source: Latin
    Neither beg of him who has been a beggar, nor serve him who has been a servant.

    Source: Latin
    Neither give cherries to pigs nor advice to fools.

    Source: Irish
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