Wise Sayings: Letter W


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    Wealth is not his who makes it, but his who enjoys it.

    Source: Italian
    Wealth is protected and poverty is assisted by concord.

    Source: Latin
    Wealth lightens not the heart and care of man.

    Source: Latin
    Wealth makes worship.

    Source: Latin
    Wealth not acquired by our own labours, but inherited.

    Source: Latin
    Wealth, like an index, reveals the character of men.

    Source: Latin
    Wear no sword at kinsman's board.

    Source: Darkovan
    Wear not boots too big for your feet.

    Source: Latin
    Wear not out your welcome.

    Source: Latin
    Weather, wind, women, and fortune change like the moon.

    Source: French
    Weaving a net is better than praying for fish at the edge of the water.

    Source: Chinese
    Wedlock is a padlock.

    Source: Chinese
    Wedlock rides in the saddle and repentance on the crupper.

    Source: French
    Weeds never die out.

    Source: Danish
    Weeds never die.

    Source: German
    Weeds want no sowing.
    Source: German
    Weeping makes the heart grow lighter.

    Source: Yiddish
    Weight and measure save a man toil.

    Source: Spanish
    Weighty work must be done with few words.

    Source: Danish
    Welcome is the best cheer.

    Source: Danish
    Welcome, misfortune, if you come alone.

    Source: Spanish
    Well begun is half done.
    Author: Aristotle
    Well done is better than well said.
    Author: Ben Franklin
    Well fed but ill taught.

    Source: French
    Well-done outlives death.

    Source: German
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