Wise Sayings: Letter W

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    Wise Sayings


    Words are good, but fowls lay eggs.

    Source: German
    Words are good, when works follow.

    Source: German
    Words are like spears: Once they leave your lips they can never come back.

    Source: Yoruban
    Words are mere bubbles of water; deeds are drops of gold.
    Category: Words and deeds Source: Tibetan
    Words are the leaves of the tree of language, of which, if some fall away, a new succession takes their place.

    Source: French
    Words butter not parsnips.

    Source: Latin
    Words don't will the sack.

    Source: German
    Words have no wings but they can fly a thousand miles.

    Source: Korean
    Words have no wings but they can fly a thousand miles.
    Category: Gossip Source: Korean
    Words in mouth, no load upon head.

    Source: Jamaican
    Words may either conceal character or reveal it.

    Source: Latin
    Words must be weighed, not counted.

    Source: Polish
    Words of snow, which fell last year.

    Source: German
    Words often do more than blows.
    Source: German
    Words once spoken can never be recalled.
    Author: Wentworth Dillon
    Words once spoken cannot be wiped out with a sponge.

    Source: Danish
    Words pay no debts.

    Source: Latin
    Words should be weighed not counted.
    Category: Discretion Source: Yiddish
    Words should be weighed, not counted.

    Source: Yiddish
    Words show the wit of a man, but actions his meaning.

    Source: Yiddish
    Words spoken are like eggs broken.
    Author: Sheri Glewen
    Words won't feet cats.

    Source: Italian
    Work and you will be strong; sit and you will stink.
    Category: Idleness Source: Moroccan
    Work done expects money.

    Source: Portuguese
    Work expands so as to fill the time available.

    Source: Portuguese
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