Wise Sayings: Letter T


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    Wise Sayings


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    The raggy colt often made a powerful horse.

    Source: Irish
    The rain can only drown the mud-rabbit if he hasn't the wits to keep his mouth shut.

    Category: Weather Source: Darkovan
    The rain does not all fall on one roof.
    Category: Weather Source: Darkovan
    The rain falls on every roof.
    Source: African proverb
    The rain follows after the forest.

    Source: Hawaiian
    The rat betrayed by his own track perishes.

    Source: Latin
    The rat does not leave the cat's house with a bellyful.

    Source: Portuguese
    The rat that has but one hole is soon caught.

    Source: Spanish
    The rat that knows but one hole is soon caught by the cat.

    Source: Spanish
    The rat that knows but one hole is soon caught.

    Source: Portuguese
    The rat which has but one hole is soon caught.

    Source: Portuguese
    The rattan basket criticizes the palm-leafed bag, yet both are full of holes.
    Category: Criticism Source: Filipino
    The raven always thinks that her young ones are the whitest.

    Source: Danish
    The raven chides blackness.

    Source: Danish
    The raven is fair when the rook is not by.

    Source: Danish
    The raven sees its chickens as falcons.

    Source: Turkish
    The razor against the grindstone.

    Source: Latin
    The real art of conversation is not only saying the right thing at the right moment but also to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the most tempting moment.
    Author: Unknown
    The real nettle will sting early.

    Source: Latin
    The real world is a special case.

    Source: Latin
    The reason some people are stingy is also the reason they are rich.
    Source: American Proverb
    The receiver is as bad as the thief.
    Source: American Proverb
    The remedy against bad times is to have patience with them.
    Category: Patience Source: Arabic
    The remembrance of past pleasures adds to present sorrows.

    Source: Latin
    The repeated stroke will fell the oak.

    Source: German
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