Wise Sayings: Letter W

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    Wise Sayings


    Well-regulated charity begins with one's self.

    Source: French
    Went in one ear and out the other.

    Source: French
    Were a woman rules the house, the devil is serving-man.

    Source: German
    Were every one to sweep before his own house, every street would be clean.

    Source: Dutch
    Were fools silent they would pass for wise.

    Source: Dutch
    Were he to throw a groat on the roof, it would come down a dollar.

    Source: German
    Were I a hatter, men would come into the world without heads.

    Source: German
    Were if not for "if" and "but," we should all be rich for ever.

    Source: French
    Were it a wolf it would spring at your throat.

    Source: French
    Were the devil to come from hell to fight, there would forthwith be a Frenchman to accept the challenge.

    Source: French
    Were the sky to fall, not an earthen pot would be left whole.

    Source: Dutch
    Were you at the wedding, Molly? No, mother, but the bride was very fine.

    Source: Spanish
    We\'ll never know the worth of water till the well go dry.

    Source: Irish
    What a man does by the agency of another is his own act.

    Source: Latin
    What a man suffers is the punishment of his tongue.

    Source: Turkish
    What a monk thinks he dares to do.

    Source: French
    What a neighbor gets is not lost.

    Source: French
    What a story these old walls could tell.
    Source: American Proverb
    What belongs to the ravens is never drowned.

    Source: German
    What bird so white as mine? says the crow.

    Source: German
    What blossoms beautifully, withers fast.

    Source: German
    What breaks in a moment may take years to mend.

    Source: Swedish
    What breaks in a moment may take years to mend.
    Source: Swedish Proverb
    What can you expect from a pig but a grunt?

    Source: Swedish
    What can't be alter'd must be borne, not blamed.

    Source: Swedish
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