Wise Sayings: Letter S

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    Wise Sayings


    Save us from our friends.

    Source: Italian
    Save your fowl before it stops flapping.

    Source: Guinean
    Saving is a greater art than gaining.

    Source: German
    Saving is getting.

    Source: French
    Saving mustard seeds in hand, while a watermelon escapes.

    Source: Kashmiri
    Savings are the first gain.

    Source: Italian
    Say before they say.

    Source: Spanish
    Say but little and say it well.

    Source: Gaelic
    Say what we will, do what we will, the boat goes but sorrily without oars.

    Source: Italian
    Saying "halva-halva" won't make your mouth sweet.

    Source: Azerbaijani
    Saying is one thing, doing another.

    Source: Italian
    Saying well causes a laugh; doing well produces silence.

    Source: French
    Scarce things are prized.

    Source: Latin
    Scatter with one hand; gather with two.
    Category: Thrift Source: Welsh
    Scattering is easier than gathering.

    Source: Irish
    Scholars talk books, butchers talk pigs.
    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
    Schoolmaster, stick to your books; farmer, to your pigs.

    Category: Wisdom Source: Chinese
    Science is unlimited in its course; life is short.

    Source: Latin
    Scratch a lover and find an enemy.

    Source: German
    Scratch a Russian and you find a Tartar.

    Source: German
    Scratch my back and I'll scratch yours.
    Source: American Proverb
    Scratch people where they itch.

    Source: French
    Scratching and borrowing do well enough, but not for long.

    Source: German
    Search knowledge though it be in China.
    Source: Arabian Proverb
    Search others for their virtues, thyself for thy vices.
    Author: Ben Franklin
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