Wise Sayings: Letter T


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    Wise Sayings


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    The account of the donkey is different from that of the donkey-man.

    Source: Turkish
    The act itself does not constitute a crime, unless the intent be criminal.

    Source: Latin
    The act of treachery is liked, but not he that does it.

    Source: Spanish
    The adult looks to deeds, the child to love.

    Source: Hindustani
    The advice of the aged will not mislead you.

    Source: Welsh
    The afternoon knows what the morning never expected.
    Category: Truth Source: Swedish
    The afternoon knows what the morning never suspected.

    Source: Swedish
    The afterthought is good for nought, except it be to catch blind horses with.

    Source: English Proverb
    The afterthought is good, but forethought is better.

    Source: Norwegian
    The age of miracles is past.

    Source: Norwegian
    The aged in council--the young in action.

    Source: Danish
    The anger of the prudent never shows.
    Category: Anger Source: Burmese
    The ant gets wings that she may perish sooner.

    Source: Spanish
    The antidote before the poison. [To offer excuses before an accusation.]

    Source: Latin
    The anvil does not fear a good sledge-hammer.

    Source: Danish
    The anvil fears no blows.

    Source: Romanian
    The anvil is not afraid of the hammer.

    Source: German
    The anvil is used to noise.

    Source: German
    The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
    Source: Asian Proverb
    The arguments of the strongest have always the most weight.

    Source: French
    The arms of Bruges: an ass in an arm-chair.

    Source: Dutch
    The arrogance of age must submit to be taught by youth.
    Author: Edmund Burke
    The art is not in making money, but in keeping it.

    Source: Dutch
    The ass and his driver do not think alike.

    Source: German
    The ass and the driver never think alike.

    Source: Dutch
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