Wise Sayings: Letter T


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    Wise Sayings


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    The elephant does not feel a flea-bite.

    Source: Italian
    The elephant does not get tired of its tusks.

    Source: Massai
    The elephant will reach to the roof of the house.
    Category: Animals Source: Cameroonian Proverb
    The elephant's head is no load for a child.

    Source: Sierra Leonean
    The emperor is rich, but he cannot buy one extra year.

    Source: Chinese
    The Emperor of Germany is the king of kings, the King of Spain king of men, the King of France king of asses, the King of England king of devils.

    Source: French
    The empty gives way to the full.

    Source: Palestinian
    The empty waggon must make room for the full one.

    Source: German
    The end crowns all.

    Source: Dutch
    The end doesn't justify the means.
    Author: Ovid
    The end of an ox is beef, and the end of a lie is grief.
    Source: African proverb
    The end of mirth is the beginning of sorrow.

    Source: Dutch
    The end of one thing is only the beginning of another.
    Author: Unknown
    The end of passion is the beginning of repentance.

    Source: Dutch
    The end of the corsair is to drown.

    Source: Italian
    The end of wrath is the beginning of repentance.

    Source: German
    The end praises the work.

    Source: Italian
    The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

    Source: Arab
    The English are a nation of shopkeepers.

    Source: Arab
    The entire world rests on the tip of the tongue.

    Source: Yiddish
    The envious man's face grows lean and his eye swells.

    Source: Portuguese
    The envious man\'s face grows sharp and his eyes big.

    Source: Spanish
    The epicure puts his purse into his belly.

    Source: Spanish
    The error of one moment becomes the sorrow of a whole life.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Chinese
    The errors of a wise man make your rule rather than the perfections of a fool.
    Author: William Blake
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