Wise Sayings: Letter T


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    Wise Sayings


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    The fool would teach the learned!

    Source: Latin
    The foot of the farmer manures the field.

    Source: Danish
    The foot of the owner is the best manure for his land.

    Source: Danish
    The force of anger is broken by a soft answer.

    Source: Latin
    The force which a body at rest exercises on a body in motion impinging upon it. [Stolid immobility or masterly inactivity.]
    Source: Latin
    The forest can't be without its jackals.

    Source: Azerbaijani
    The forest has ears, and field has eyes.

    Source: Danish
    The forest is the poor man's overcoat.

    Source: New England
    The forest will answer you in the way you call to it.

    Category: Wisdom Source: Finnish
    The fortress that parleys soon surrenders.

    Source: Italian
    The fox advised the others to cut off their tails, because he had left his own in the trap.

    Source: Italian
    The fox changes his skin, but keeps the rogue.

    Source: German
    The fox does not do as much mischief in a year as it pays for in an hour.

    Source: Spanish
    The fox does not go twice into the same trap.

    Source: Danish
    The fox does not prey near his hole.

    Source: German
    The fox is knowing, but more knowing he who catches him.

    Source: Spanish
    The fox knows much, but more he that catcheth him.

    Source: Portuguese
    The fox knows well with whom he plays tricks.

    Source: Spanish
    The fox loves cunning, the wolf covets the lamb, and a woman longs for praise.

    Source: Latin
    The fox may grow gray, but never good.

    Source: Latin
    The fox may lose his hair, but not his cunning.

    Source: Dutch
    The fox never fares better than when he's bann'd.

    Source: Dutch
    The fox said the grapes were sour.

    Source: Italian
    The fox says of the mulberries when he cannot get at them; they are not good at all.

    Source: French
    The fox that sleeps in the morning has not his tongue feathered.

    Source: French
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