Wise Sayings: Letter S

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    Wise Sayings


    Soft and fair goes far.

    Source: Spanish
    Soft and fair goeth far.

    Source: Dutch
    Soft fire makes sweet malt.

    Source: English Proverb
    Soft speeches injure not the mouth of the speaker.

    Source: Latin
    Soft water constantly striking the hard stone, wears it at last.

    Source: Portuguese
    Soft words and hard arguments.

    Source: Portuguese
    Soft words butter no parsnips, but they won't harden the heart of the cabbage either.

    Source: Irish
    Soft words don't scotch the tongue.

    Source: French
    Soft words scald not the tongue.

    Source: French
    Softly, barber, the water scalds.

    Source: Italian
    Softly, don't raise a dust.

    Source: Italian
    Softly, softly, catchee monkey.

    Source: Italian
    Soldiers must be well paid, and well hanged.

    Source: German
    Solitude is the nurse of wisdom.

    Source: German
    Some day Peter will command as much as his master.

    Source: Spanish
    Some go to law, for the wagging of a straw.

    Source: Spanish
    Some have bread who have no teeth left.

    Source: French
    Some have fine eyes and can't see a jot.

    Source: French
    Some have the fame, and other card the wool.

    Source: Spanish
    Some many heads, so many brains.

    Source: Italian
    Some men go through a forest and see no firewood.

    Source: English Proverb
    Some men have only one book in them, others a library.

    Source: English Proverb
    Some of the sweetest berries grow among the sharpest thorns.

    Source: Gaelic
    Some people make things happen, some watch things happen, while others wonder what has happened.

    Source: Gaelic
    Some prefer carrots while others like cabbage.

    Category: Food Source: Chinese
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