Wise Sayings: Letter S


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    Some roads aren't meant to be travelled alone.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Chinese
    Some sell and don't deliver.

    Source: French
    Some sing who are not merry.

    Source: Italian
    Some small spark may yet by chance lie hidden.

    Source: Latin
    Some sow, others read.

    Source: Latin
    Some things are better praised by silence than by remark.

    Source: Latin
    Some think they have done when they are only beginning.

    Source: French
    Some thinking to avenge their shame increase it.

    Source: French
    Some who just tell tales of themselves.

    Source: Italian
    Some who mean only to warm, burn themselves.

    Source: French
    Something is better than nothing.

    Source: French
    Something to every one is good division.

    Source: German
    Sometimes an egg is given for an ox.

    Source: Italian
    Sometimes it is better to give your apple away, than to eat it yourself.

    Source: Italian
    Sometimes the lees are better than the wine.

    Source: Italian
    Sometimes the remedy is worse than the disease.
    Author: Francis Bacon
    Soon crooks the tree That good gambrel would be.

    Source: Italian
    Soon enough if well enough.

    Source: French
    Soon fire, soon ashes.

    Source: Dutch
    Soon gained soon squandered.

    Source: French
    Soon grass, soon hay.

    Source: Dutch
    Soon ripe, soon rotten; soon wise, soon foolish.

    Source: Dutch
    Sooner could you hide an elephant under your armpit.

    Source: Latin
    Sooner or later the truth comes to light.

    Source: Dutch
    Sooner shall earth mount to heaven.

    Source: Latin
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