Wise Sayings: Letter S


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    Wise Sayings


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    Sacrificing means more.
    Author: Unknown
    Sadness and gladness succeed each other.

    Source: French
    Safe over the bridge, one laughs at St. Nepomuck.

    Source: German
    Safely housed to listen to the storm outside. [To contemplate danger from a safe place.]

    Source: Latin
    Said in sport, meant in earnest.

    Source: German
    Said the frying pay to the kettle, Stand off, black bottom.

    Source: Spanish
    Sail while the breeze blows, wind and tide wait for no man.

    Source: Danish
    Saint cannot if God will not.

    Source: French
    Saint Martin was an easy man, he loved to drink Cerevisiam; and when he'd no Pecuniam, he left in pledge his Tunicam.

    Source: German
    Saint Swithun's day, if thou be fair, for forty days it will remain; Saint Swithun's day, if thou bring rain, for forty days it will remain.

    Source: German
    Saints appear to fools.

    Source: Portuguese
    Saints don't fill the belly.

    Source: Portuguese
    Saints fly only in the eyes of their disciples.

    Source: Hindu
    Salt and bread make the cheeks red.

    Source: German
    Salt split is never all gathered.

    Source: Spanish
    Salt will never be worm-eaten.
    Category: Food Source: Arabian Proverb
    Samson was a strong man, but he could not pay money before he had it.

    Source: German
    Satiety causes disgust.

    Source: German
    Satiety has killed more men than hunger.

    Source: Latin
    Satires run faster than panegyrics.

    Source: Latin
    Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.

    Source: English Proverb
    Save a thief from the gallows and he'll be the first who shall cut your throat.

    Source: Italian
    Save for a rainy day.
    Author: Aesop
    Save money and money will save you.
    Category: Thrift Source: Jamaican
    Save something for the man that rides on the white horse.

    Source: Italian
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