Wise Sayings: Letter S


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    Silence is the hardest argument to refute.
    Author: Unknown
    Silence is the voice of complicity.

    Source: Latin
    Silence is wisdom and gets a man friends.

    Source: Latin
    Silence means consent.

    Source: Latin
    Silence surpasses speech.

    Source: Japanese
    Silence was never written down.

    Source: Italian
    Silent tongue and hempen heart often go together.

    Source: Danish
    Silent water is dangerous water.

    Source: Spanish
    Silent worms dig holes in the walls.

    Source: Japanese
    Silk and velvet put out the kitchen fire.

    Source: German
    Silks and satins put out the kitchen fire.

    Source: German
    Silly sheep, where one goes, all go.

    Source: Spanish
    Silly toad: planning a meal of goose!

    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    Silver and gold are all men's dears.

    Source: Danish
    Since I wronged you, I have never liked you.

    Source: Spanish
    Since the house is on fire I will warm myself at the blaze.

    Source: Italian
    Since the wine is drawn it must be drunk.

    Source: French
    Since we cannot get what we like, let us like what we can get.

    Source: Spanish
    Since we have loaves let us not look for cakes.

    Source: Spanish
    Since you have scolding me, I have counted a hundred and twenty holes in that nutmeg grater.

    Source: Spanish
    Sincerity gives wings to power.

    Source: Latin
    Sing before breakfast, cry before night.

    Source: Latin
    Sing not of triumph before the victory.

    Source: Latin
    Singed cats live long.

    Source: German
    Singers, lovers, and poets are privileged liars.

    Source: German
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