Wise Sayings: Letter N


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    Wise Sayings


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    No one knows where another's shoe pinches.

    Source: Dutch
    No one likes justice brought home to his own door.

    Source: Italian
    No one likes to bell the cat.

    Source: German
    No one loves another better than himself.

    Source: Latin
    No one perceives where the shoe pinches but he who wears it.

    Source: Italian
    No one says his own buttermilk is sour.

    Source: Afghan
    No one sees his own faults.

    Source: German
    No one should be judge in his own cause.
    Author: Legal Maxim
    No one should take in an eating pawn (or pledge).

    Source: Italian
    No one so hard upon the poor as the pauper who has got into power.

    Source: Danish
    No one so sure but he may miss.

    Source: Dutch
    No one takes away anything with him.

    Source: Maltese
    No one tests the depth of the river with both feet.

    Source: Ghanaian
    No one will get a bargain he does not ask for.

    Source: French
    No one with a good catch of fish goes home by the back alley.

    Source: French
    No one would be an innkeeper but for money.

    Source: Spanish
    No pain, no gain.
    Category: Adversity Source: American
    No pains, no gains.

    Source: German
    No pear falls into a shut mouth.

    Source: Italian
    No penny, no paternoster.

    Source: German
    No pride like that of an enriched beggar.

    Source: German
    No protection is so sure as that of innocence.

    Source: Latin
    No purchase like a gift.

    Source: French
    No relation is poor.

    Source: Spanish
    No revenge is more honourable than the one not taken.

    Source: Spanish
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