Wise Sayings: Letter P

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    Wise Sayings


    Provide for the worst; the best can take care of itself.

    Source: Yiddish
    Providence assists not the idle.

    Source: Latin
    Providence crushes pride.

    Source: Latin
    Providence has not entirely deserted us.

    Source: Latin
    Providence is always on the side of the big battalions.

    Source: Latin
    Providence is better than a rent.

    Source: Latin
    Providence may delay, but punishment will come at length.

    Source: Latin
    Providence our herald, no barrier can oppose us.

    Source: Latin
    Providence provides but short horns for the fierce ox.

    Source: Latin
    Providence tempers the wind to the shorn lamb.

    Source: Latin
    Providential aid at a critical moment.

    Source: Latin
    Prudence and strength combined.

    Source: Latin
    Prudence availeth more than strength.

    Source: Latin
    Prudence is the charioteer of all virtues.

    Source: Latin
    Prudent men choose frugal wives.

    Source: German
    Prudent pauses forward business.

    Source: German
    Prying with sidelong glance into other people's business. [A busy-body.]

    Source: Latin
    Public money is like holy water, every one helps himself to it.

    Source: Italian
    Puffed goods are putrid.

    Source: Latin
    Pull gently at a weak rope.

    Source: Dutch
    Pulling the devil by the tail does not lead far young or old.

    Source: French
    Punctuality is the politeness of princes.

    Source: French
    Punctuality is the sole of business.

    Source: French
    Punishment awaits all offences.

    Source: Latin
    Punishment awaits crime.

    Source: Latin
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