Wise Sayings: Letter O

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    Wise Sayings


    Of your wife and your tried friend believe nothing but what you know for certain.

    Source: Spanish
    Off with the old and on with the new.
    Author: Unknown
    Offend one monk, and the lappets of all cowls will flutter as far as Rome.

    Source: German
    Offenders never pardon.

    Source: German
    Offer a clown your finger, and he'll take your fist.

    Source: Dutch
    Offer not the right hand of friendship to every one.

    Source: Latin
    Offer the lazy an egg, and they'll want you to peel it for them.

    Source: Lithuanian
    Office tests the man.

    Source: Latin
    Office without pay makes thieves.

    Source: German
    Often one finds one's destiny just where one hides to avoid it.

    Source: Chinese
    Often shooting hits the mark.

    Source: German
    Often there is eloquence in a silent look.

    Source: Latin
    Often there is eloquence in a silent look.
    Category: Eloquence Source: Latin
    Often, less is more.
    Author: Unknown
    Oil and truth will get uppermost at last.

    Source: Latin
    Oil is best at the beginning, honey at the end, and wine in the middle.

    Source: Dutch
    Old age and poverty are wounds that can't be healed.

    Source: Greek
    Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill.

    Source: Greek
    Old age does not announce itself.

    Source: Zulu
    Old age is a hundred disorders.

    Source: Welsh
    Old age is in itself a disease.

    Source: Latin
    Old age is not a blessing.

    Source: Russian
    Old age is not a joy, but death is not a gain.

    Source: Russian
    Old age is ripeness.
    Source: American Proverb
    Old age will not come alone.

    Source: Welsh
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