Wise Sayings: Letter O

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    Wise Sayings


    One grows used to love and to fire.

    Source: French
    One hair of a maiden's head pulls harder than ten yoke of oxen.

    Source: Danish
    One hair of a woman draws more than a bell-rope.

    Source: German
    One half of the world does not know how the other half lives.

    Source: German
    One half the world knows not how the other half lives.

    Source: French
    One half the world laughs at the other half.

    Source: German
    One half the world laughs at the other.

    Source: French
    One hand cannot applaud.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Arabic Proverb
    One hand for oneself and one for the ship.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Arabic Proverb
    One hand for yourself and one for the ship.
    Author: Unknown
    One hand full of money is stronger than two hands full of truth.

    Source: Danish
    One hand must wash the other, or both will be dirty.

    Source: Danish
    One hand washes the other.
    Author: Epicharmus
    One happiness scatters a thousand sorrows.
    Category: Happiness Source: Chinese
    One has always strength enough to bear the misfortunes of one's friends.

    Source: French
    One has only to die to be praised.

    Source: German
    One has woven the thread, another has drawn it forth. [One man invents, another develops the idea.)

    Source: Latin
    One head cannot hold all wisdom.
    Category: Wisdom Source: African
    One hour to-day is worth two to-morrow.

    Source: Latin
    One hour's sleep before midnight is better than two after it.

    Source: German
    One hour\'s sleep before midnight is worth two after.

    Source: German
    One house cannot keep two dogs.

    Source: Latin
    One hunts the hare, and another eats it.

    Source: Danish
    One ill weed mars a whole pot of pottage.

    Source: Danish
    One is never so rich as when one removes (from one house to another).

    Source: French
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