Wise Sayings: Letter P


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    Play's gude, while it is play.

    Source: Spanish
    Please all and you will soon please none.
    Author: Aesop
    Please the eye, and pick the purse.

    Source: Spanish
    Please your eye and plague your heart.

    Source: Spanish
    Pleasure and pain succeed each other.

    Source: Latin
    Pleasure for one hour, a bottle of wine. Pleasure for one year a marriage; but pleasure for a lifetime, a garden.
    Category: Pleasure Source: Chinese Proverbs
    Pleasure is often the introduction to pain.

    Source: Latin
    Pleasure is the bait of evil.

    Source: Latin
    Pleasure is the greatest incentive to vice.

    Source: Greek
    Pleasure often comes from pain.

    Source: Latin
    Pleasures are shallow, sorrows deep.

    Source: Chinese
    Pleasures are transient, honors are immortal.

    Source: Greek
    Pleasures are transient--honors immortal.
    Category: Heaven and hell Source: Greek
    Pleasures steal away the mind.

    Source: Dutch
    Pleasures, while they flatter, sting.

    Source: Dutch
    Plenty know good ale, but don't know much after that.

    Source: English Proverb
    Plenty makes daintiness.

    Source: Italian
    Plenty of words when the cause is lost.

    Source: Italian
    Plenty sits still, hunger is a wanderer.
    Source: African
    Plough deep and you will have plenty of corn.

    Source: Spanish
    Plough deep whilst sluggards sleep, And you shall have corn to sell and to keep.

    Source: Spanish
    Plough or not plough, you must pay your rent.

    Source: Spanish
    Plough wet or dry, and you will not have to kiss your neighbour's breech.

    Source: Spanish
    Pluck it from among the thistles, and we will take it off your hands.

    Source: Spanish
    Pluck the magpie, and don't make her scream.

    Source: Italian
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