Wise Sayings: Letter W

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    Wise Sayings


    What good is honor when you are starving.
    Category: Food and hunger Source: Yiddish
    What good is running when you're on the wrong road.
    Category: Planning Source: German
    What greater crime than loss of time?

    Source: German
    What harm is there in a good word? It costs nothing.

    Source: German
    What harm is there in making a trial?

    Source: Latin
    What has benefited one has destroyed others.

    Source: Latin
    What has horns will gore.

    Source: Dutch
    What has not been, may be.

    Source: Italian
    What has this to do with the matter?

    Source: Latin
    What I do against my will cannot be said to be my own act.

    Source: Latin
    What I see with my eyes I can guess with my fingers.

    Source: Spanish
    What is an exalted position to a low fellow but a golden ring in a swine's snout?

    Source: Latin
    What is another's always sighs for its master.

    Source: Portuguese
    What is another\'s always pines for its master.

    Source: Spanish
    What is bad for one is good for another.

    Source: French
    What is bred in the bone won't out of the flesh.

    Source: Dutch
    What is brought by the wind will be carried away by the wind.

    Source: Persian
    What is done under the four moons need never be recalled nor regretted.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Darkovan
    What is done, is done for this time.

    Source: Spanish
    What is enough was never little.

    Source: French
    What is got by begging is dearly bought.

    Source: Danish
    What is gotten over the devil's back is spent under his belly.

    Source: Danish
    What is in the marrow is hard to take out of the bone.

    Source: Irish
    What is in use, wants no excuse.

    Source: Spanish
    What is learned in the cradle lasts till the grave.

    Source: French
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