Wise Sayings: Letter T


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    Wise Sayings


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    The fear of death is worse than death itself.

    Source: Latin
    The fear of war is worse than war itself.

    Source: Italian
    The fellow roasts his fish in the flames of a fire.

    Source: Sicilian
    The female of the species is more deadly than the male.

    Source: Sicilian
    The fertile field becomes sterile without rest.

    Source: Spanish
    The fewer the words, the better the prayer.

    Source: German
    The field should be poorer than the farmer. [It is useless for a man to attempt farming without capital.]

    Source: Latin
    The fierce ox becomes tame on strange ground.

    Source: Spanish
    The fingers of the same hand are not alike.

    Source: Portuguese
    The fire burns brightest on one's own hearth.

    Source: Danish
    The fire heeds little whose cloak it burns.

    Source: Danish
    The fire is welcome within, when icicles hang without.

    Source: Danish
    The fire well knows whose cloak burns.

    Source: Spanish
    The fire you kindle for your enemy often burns yourself more than him.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Chinese
    The first at the mill grinds first.

    Source: Italian
    The first bird get the first grain.

    Source: Danish
    The first comer grinds first.

    Source: French
    The first dish pleases every one.

    Source: Italian
    The first drink with water, the second without water, the third like water.

    Source: Spanish
    The first duty of a soldier is obedience.

    Source: Spanish
    The first faults are theirs that commit them, the second theirs that permit them.

    Source: Spanish
    The first half of the night, think of your own faults; the second half, the faults of others.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Chinese
    The first hen that cackles is the one that laid the egg.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Chinese
    The first in the boat has the choice of oars.

    Source: Dutch
    The first occasion offered quickly take, lest thou repine at what thou didst forsake.

    Source: Dutch
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