Wise Sayings: Letter N

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    Wise Sayings


    Nothing so bad but it might have been worse.

    Source: Dutch
    Nothing so bold as a blind man.

    Source: Dutch
    Nothing so bold as a miller's shirt (because it takes a thief by the throat every morning).

    Source: French
    Nothing so good as forbidden fruit.

    Source: French
    Nothing stake, nothing draw.

    Source: French
    Nothing succeeds like success.
    Author: Unknown
    Nothing to be got without pains but poverty.

    Source: French
    Nothing venture, nothing gain.

    Source: French
    Nothing weighs lighter than a promise.

    Source: German
    Nothing, however small, is to be irritated.

    Source: Latin
    Nought is good for the eyes, but not for the stomach.

    Source: German
    Nought is never in danger.

    Source: German
    Nought needs no hiding-place.

    Source: German
    Nourish not a lion's whelp.

    Source: Latin
    Nourish the whelps of a wolf!

    Source: Latin
    Novelty always appears handsome.

    Source: Latin
    Novelty in all things is charming.

    Source: Latin
    Now a layman, to-morrow a clerk.

    Source: Latin
    Now I have got a ewe and a lamb, Every one cries, "Welcome, Peter."

    Source: Latin
    Now it rains, and again the sun shines forth brightly in the heavens.

    Source: Latin
    Now my resources are reduced to a narrow compass.

    Source: Latin
    Now that I have an ewe and a lamb, every one says to me: Good morrow, Peter.

    Source: Spanish
    Nowadays you must go to heaven to meet an angel.

    Source: Polish
    Nurenberg wit and a skilful hand, will find their way through every land.

    Source: German
    Nurse, you are mistress whilst the child sucks, and after that nothing.

    Source: Spanish
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