Wise Sayings: Letter Y


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    You must howl with the wolves when you are among them.

    Source: Danish
    You must howl with wolves if you wish to be one of their herd.

    Source: Latin
    You must judge a maiden at the kneading trough, and not in a dance.

    Source: Danish
    You must kill the spider to get rid of the cobweb.

    Source: Maltese
    You must knock a long while against an alder-bush before you get a swarm of bees out of it.

    Source: Danish
    You must lose a fly, to catch a trout.

    Source: Danish
    You must not throw stones into your neighbor's garden.

    Source: French
    You must rave with the insane, unless you would be left alone.

    Source: Latin
    You must scale the mountains if you would view the plain.

    Source: Chinese
    You must shift your sail with the wind.

    Source: Italian
    You must take the fat with the lean.

    Source: Italian
    You must walk a long while behind a wild goose before you find an ostrich feather.

    Source: Danish
    You need a sharp axe for a tough bough.

    Source: Russian
    You need not find a shelter for an old ox.

    Source: Portuguese
    You never fail until you stop trying.
    Author: Unknown
    You never know how a cow catches a rabbit.

    Source: Dutch
    You never know what lies right around the corner.
    Author: Unknown
    You never know what you can do till you try.

    Source: Dutch
    You never miss a slice from a cut loaf.

    Source: English Proverb
    You never miss the water till the well runs dry.

    Source: English Proverb
    You never really know your friends from your enemies until the ice breaks.
    Category: Friends and foes Source: Eskimo
    You often meet your fate on the road you take to avoid it.

    Source: French
    You pays your money and you takes your choice.

    Source: French
    You play with edged tools.

    Source: French
    You reap the crop of another.

    Source: Latin
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