Wise Sayings: Letter S


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    Spending is quick; earning is slow.
    Category: Thrift Source: Russian
    Spending your money with many a guest, empties the kitchen, the cellar and chest.

    Source: German
    Spendthrifts are always of necessity greedy and covetous.

    Source: Latin
    Spilt salt is never well collected.

    Source: Portuguese
    Spinner, spin softly, you disturb me; I am praying.

    Source: Portuguese
    Spit not in the well, you may have to drink its water.

    Source: French
    Spread the table and contention will cease.

    Source: English Proverb
    Spring has come when you can put your foot on three daisies.

    Source: English Proverb
    Spring is in the air.
    Author: Unknown
    Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush.

    Source: English Proverb
    Spring succeeds to winter.

    Source: Latin
    Spur not a free horse to death.

    Source: Latin
    St. Francis shaved himself first, and then he shaved his brethren.

    Source: Italian
    Stagnant water grows stinking.

    Source: German
    Stagnant waters putrefy.

    Source: Latin
    Stairs are climbed step by step.

    Source: Kurdish
    Stand away from a horse's heels.

    Source: Latin
    Stand up, cent, let the dollar sit down.
    Source: American Proverb
    Stand up, farthing, let the florin sit down.

    Source: German
    Standing pools gather filth.

    Source: German
    Starlings are lean because they go in flocks.

    Source: Italian
    Starved lice bite the hardest.

    Source: Dutch
    Stay a while, and lose a mile.

    Source: Dutch
    Steal a bell with one's ears covered.

    Source: Chinese
    Stealing would be a nice thing, if thieves were hanged by the girdle.

    Source: Spanish
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