Wise Sayings: Letter W

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    Wise Sayings


    Who bows to might loses his right.
    Source: German
    Who builds on the mob builds on sand.

    Source: Italian
    Who builds upon the people, builds upon sand.

    Source: Italian
    Who buys hath need of eyes.

    Source: Italian
    Who buys land buys war.

    Source: Italian
    Who buys wants a hundred eyes, who sells need have but one.

    Source: Dutch
    Who can escape envy and blame, that speaks or writes for public fame?

    Source: Dutch
    Who cannot beat the horse let him beat the saddle.

    Source: Italian
    Who cannot fight, wins nought by right.

    Source: German
    Who cannot sing, may whistle.

    Source: German
    Who cannot work out his salvation by heart will not do it by book.

    Source: French
    Who carries doubtful people to his house, will doubtless from his carriage something lose.

    Source: German
    Who changes country changes luck.

    Source: Italian
    Who changes his condition changes fortune.

    Source: Italian
    Who chastises his child will be honoured by him, who chastises him not will be shamed.

    Source: Dutch
    Who comes seldom, is welcome.

    Source: Italian
    Who comes unbidden departs unthanked.

    Source: German
    Who could live without hope?

    Source: French
    Who dangles after the great is the last at table and the first to be cuffed.

    Source: Italian
    Who deceives me once, shame on him; if he deceive me twice, shame on me.

    Source: German
    Who demands justice, must administer justice.

    Source: German
    Who depends on another man's table often dines late.

    Source: Italian
    Who divides honey with the bear, will be like to get the lesser share..

    Source: Italian
    Who does all he may never does well.

    Source: Italian
    Who does not beat his own child will later beat his own breast.

    Source: Persian
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