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  • Proverb Source: Scottish [1]

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    If you don't see the bottom, don't wade.
    Category: Prudence Source: Scottish
    A man is a lion in his own cause.

    Source: Scottish
    A tale never loses in the telling.

    Source: Scottish
    Be happy while you're living, For you're a long time dead.

    Source: Scottish
    Be slow in choosing a friend, but slower in changing him.

    Source: Scottish
    Better be ill spoken of by one before all than by all before one.

    Source: Scottish
    Confessed faults are half mended.

    Source: Scottish
    Confession is good for the soul.

    Source: Scottish
    Egotism is an alphabet of one letter.

    Source: Scottish
    Either a man or a mouse.

    Source: Scottish
    Fools look to tomorrow. Wise men use tonight.

    Source: Scottish
    Get what you can and keep what you have; that's the way to get rich.

    Source: Scottish
    Learn young, learn fair; learn old, learn more.

    Source: Scottish
    Luck never gives; it only lends.

    Source: Scottish
    Never draw your dirk when a blow will do it.

    Source: Scottish
    Never let your feet run faster than your shoes.

    Source: Scottish
    Open confession is good for the soul.

    Source: Scottish
    Take care of your pennies and your dollars will take care of themselves.

    Source: Scottish
    The day has eyes, the night has ears.

    Source: Scottish
    The devil's boots don't creak.

    Source: Scottish
    There never came ill of good advisement.

    Source: Scottish
    They are good that are away.

    Source: Scottish
    They talk of my drinking but never my thirst.

    Source: Scottish
    They that dance must pay the fiddler.

    Source: Scottish
    They that live longest, see most.

    Source: Scottish
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