Wise Sayings: Letter W


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    Who loves his work and knows to spare, may live and flourish anywhere.

    Source: German
    Who loves not women, wine, and song, remains a fool his whole life long.

    Source: German
    Who loves the tree loves the branch.

    Source: Italian
    Who loves to roam may lose his home.

    Source: Italian
    Who loves well is slow to forget.

    Source: French
    Who loves, believes.

    Source: Italian
    Who loves, fears.

    Source: Italian
    Who makes friends of all, keeps none.

    Source: German
    Who makes no promises, has none to perform.

    Source: German
    Who makes the wolf his companion should carry a dog under his cloak.

    Source: Italian
    Who more busy than they who have least to do?

    Source: Italian
    Who moves, picks up, who stands still, dries up.

    Source: Italian
    Who neither believes heaven or hell, the devil heartily wishes him well.

    Source: German
    Who offends writes on sand; who is offended, on marble.

    Source: Italian
    Who often changes, damages.

    Source: French
    Who paints me before blackens me behind.

    Source: Italian
    Who pays a debt creates capital.

    Source: Italian
    Who pays beforehand is served behindhand.

    Source: Italian
    Who pays soon borrows when he will.

    Source: French
    Who picks a tool unsuited to a task should not complain if it does no more than cut the hand that holds it.

    Source: Darkovan
    Who proves too much proves nothing.

    Source: French
    Who punishes one threatens a hundred.

    Source: French
    Who readily borrows, readily lies.

    Source: German
    Who receives, should thank; who gives, should be silent.

    Source: German
    Who reckons without his host must reckon again.

    Source: Dutch
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