Wise Sayings: Letter S

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    Wise Sayings


    Storing milk in a sieve, you complain of bad luck?

    Source: Afghan
    Strain not your bow beyond its bent, lest it break.

    Source: Dutch
    Straitened circumstances.

    Source: Latin
    Strange sins, strange punishments.

    Source: Latin
    Strangers are just friends waiting to happen.
    Category: Friendship Author: Unknown
    Strangers' meat is the greatest treat.

    Source: Danish
    Straws tell which way the wind blows.

    Source: Danish
    Strength avails not a coward.

    Source: Italian
    Stretch your arm no further than your sleeve will reach.

    Source: Italian
    Stretch your legs no farther than your coverlet.

    Source: Dutch
    Stretch yourself according to your cover-lid.

    Source: German
    Strew no roses before swine.

    Source: Dutch
    Strike me a light, and I'll light you.

    Source: Latin
    Strike when the iron is hot.

    Source: Latin
    Strike while the iron is hot.
    Author: Chaucer
    Strong folks have strong maladies.

    Source: German
    Strong is the vinegar of sweet wine.

    Source: Italian
    Study invites study, idleness produces idleness.

    Source: Latin
    Stupid is as stupid does.
    Author: Eric Roth
    Submission to one wrong brings on another.

    Source: Latin
    Submit to the rule you have yourself laid down.

    Source: Latin
    Subtlety set a trap and caught itself.

    Source: Latin
    Success alters our manners.

    Source: Latin
    Success and rest don't sleep together.

    Source: Russian
    Success consecrates the foulest crimes.

    Source: Russian
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