Wise Sayings: Letter V

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    Wise Sayings


    Vices creep into our hearts under the name of virtue.

    Source: Latin
    Vicious as a tigress can be, she never eats her own cubs.

    Source: Chinese
    Victory has hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan.

    Category: War Source: Chinese
    Victory is not gained by idleness.

    Source: German
    Vile let him be who deems himself vile.

    Source: Portuguese
    Violence begets violence.
    Author: Unknown
    Viper produces viper.

    Source: Latin
    Vipers breed vipers.

    Source: Danish
    Virtue alone is true nobility.
    Author: William Gifford
    Virtue and happiness are mother and daughter.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Virtue and valour rejoice in being put to the test.

    Source: Latin
    Virtue becomes a wife; beauty becomes a concubine.

    Source: Chinese
    Virtue consists in action.

    Source: Dutch
    Virtue flourishes in misfortune.

    Source: German
    Virtue in the middle, said the Devil, when seated between two lawyers.

    Source: Danish
    Virtue is its own reward.

    Source: Dutch
    Virtue is its own reward.
    Author: Unknown
    Virtue is like a rich stone, it's best plain set.
    Author: Francis Bacon
    Virtue is not knowing but doing.

    Source: Japanese
    Virtue is not knowing but doing.
    Category: Character and virtue Source: Japanese
    Virtue is not left to stand alone.

    Source: Chinese
    Virtue never dies.

    Source: German
    Virtue never dwells alone, it always has neighbors.

    Source: Chinese
    Virtue our leader, fortune our companion.

    Source: Latin
    Virtue practiced to be seen is not real virtue; vice which fears to be seen is real vice.

    Source: Chinese
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