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 :: Proverbs by Origin: Italian For more info about this origin click on the info image. (1248 Proverbs)

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'Tis a silly sheep that confesses to the wolf.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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'Tis good feasting in other men's houses.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A bad agreement is better than a good lawsuit.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A barking cur does not bite.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A beard well lathered is half shaved.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A beautiful woman smiling, bespeaks a purse weeping.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A bird in the cage is worth a hundred at large.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A blind man is not judge of colours.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A book whose sale's forbidden all men rush to see, and prohibition turns one reader into three.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A braying ass eats little hay.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A calm portends a storm.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A cat pent up becomes a lion.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A cat that licks the spit is not to be trusted with roast meat.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A clear bargain, a dear friend.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A cloak is not made for a single shower of rain.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A closed mouth catches no flies.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A cracked pot never fell off the hook.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A cur's tail grows fast.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A dead man does not make war.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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A dog is never offended at being pelted with bones.
~ Italian Proverb

 

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