Wise Sayings: Letter N


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    Wise Sayings


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    Neither handsome enough to kill nor ugly enough to frighten away.

    Source: Portuguese
    Neither handsome enough to kill, nor ugly enough to frighten.

    Source: Spanish
    Neither reprove nor flatter thy wife, where any one heareth or seeth it.

    Source: Dutch
    Neither seek nor shun the fight.

    Source: Gaelic
    Neither serve one who has been a servant, nor beg of one who has been a beggar.

    Source: Spanish
    Neither shall the wave, which has passed on, ever be recalled; nor can the hour, which has once fled by, return again.

    Source: Latin
    Neither sign a paper without reading it, nor drink water without seeing it.

    Source: Spanish
    Neither trust or contend, nor lay wagers or lend, and you'll have peace to your end.

    Source: Portuguese
    Neither women nor linen by candlelight.

    Source: Italian
    Neutrals are soused from above, and singed from below.

    Source: German
    Neutrals tread on eggs and break none.

    Source: German
    Never advise a man to go to the wars, or to marry.

    Source: Spanish
    Never advise anyone to go to war or to marry.

    Source: Spanish
    Never answer a letter while you are angry.
    Category: Anger Source: Chinese
    Never apologize before you are accused.
    Author: Charles I
    Never argue with a man who buys ink by the barrel.

    Category: Anger Source: Chinese
    Never ask of him who has, but of him you know wishes you well.

    Source: Spanish
    Never ask pardon before you are accused.

    Source: Spanish
    Never be too much elated.

    Source: Latin
    Never bet your money on another man's game.
    Author: Unknown
    Never bolt your door with a boiled carrot.

    Source: Irish
    Never burn your fingers to snuff another man's candle.

    Source: Irish
    Never buy through your ears but through your eyes.

    Source: Irish
    Never cast a clout till May be out.

    Source: Irish
    Never challenge a fool to do wrong.

    Source: French
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