Wise Sayings: Letter S


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    Sinning is the best part of repentance.
    Source: Arabian Proverb
    Sins of omission are seldom fun.
    Source: Arabian Proverb
    Sit atop the mountain and watch the tigers fight.

    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    Sit on the bank of a river and wait: Your enemy's corpse will soon float by.

    Source: Indian
    Sitting is being crippled.

    Source: Ethiopian
    Sitting quietly, doing nothing, spring comes, and the grass grows by itself.

    Source: Zen
    Six feet of earth make us all equal.

    Source: Italian
    Six hours sleep for a man, seven for a woman, and eight for a fool.

    Source: Italian
    Six of one, and half a dozen of the other.

    Source: Italian
    Six things have no business in the world: a fighting priest, a coward knight, a covetous judge, a stinking barber, a soft-hearted mother, and an itchy baker.

    Source: French
    Skeptics are never deceived.

    Source: French
    Skill or fortune will efface the spots.

    Source: Italian
    Skill will enable us to succeed in that which sheer force could not accomplish.

    Source: Latin
    Skilled hands eat trouts.

    Source: Spanish
    Slander cannot destroy an honest man: when the flood recedes the rock is there.

    Category: Animals Source: Chinese
    Slander expires at a good woman's door.

    Source: Danish
    Slander leaves a score behind it.

    Source: Danish
    Slander slays three persons: the speaker, the spoken to, and the spoken of.

    Source: Hebrew
    Slander! slander! some of it always sticks.

    Source: French
    Slanderers are the devil's bellows, to blow up contention.

    Source: French
    Slaughter no more than you can well salt.

    Source: German
    Sleep after selling horses and elephants.

    Source: Hindu
    Sleep faster, we need the pillows.

    Source: Yiddish
    Sleep has no master.

    Source: Jamaican
    Sleep is all important.

    Source: Latin
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