Wise Sayings: Letter W


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    Wise Sayings


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    Who wives for a dower, resigns his own power.

    Source: French
    Who won't be ruled by the rudder must be ruled by the rock.

    Source: French
    Who would avoid all strife, should be a bachelor.

    Source: Latin
    Who would be rich, must keep his soul under cover of his cash-box.

    Source: German
    Who would be young in age, must in youth be sage.

    Source: German
    Who would have many friends let him test but few.

    Source: Italian
    Who would not have feet set on his neck, let him not stoop.

    Source: Italian
    Who would regard all things complacently must wick at a great many.

    Source: Dutch
    Who would win, must learn to bear.

    Source: German
    Who would wish to be valued must make himself scarce.

    Source: German
    Who's the man that was never fooled by a woman.

    Source: German
    Whoever brings finds the door open for him.

    Source: Italian
    Whoever cares to learn will always find a teacher.

    Source: German
    Whoever has a tail of straw should not get too close to the fire.
    Category: Caution and care Source: American
    Whoever invented work must not have had anything to do.
    Source: German
    Whoever teaches his son teaches not only his son but also his son's son, and so on to the end of generations.

    Source: Hebrew
    Whoever wins the war gets to write the history.
    Author: Unknown
    Whom fortune favours, the world favours.

    Source: German
    Whom we love best, to them we can say least.

    Source: English Proverb
    Whore or thief young or old, welcome so you've got the gold.

    Source: German
    Whose bread I eat: his song I sing.

    Source: German
    Whose interest was it? To whose prejudice was it? [Who might expect to derive benefit, or injury, from a crime committed?]

    Source: Latin
    Whose life is as lightning, his words are as thunder.

    Source: Latin
    Whose stick, his buffalo.

    Source: Hindu
    Whoso hath land hath war.

    Source: French
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