Italian Proverbs

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The sick man is free to say all.

To whom you tell your secret you surrender your freedom.

Since the house is on fire, let us warm ourselves.

The earth covers the errors of the physician.

He who has the courage to laugh is almost as much master of the world as he who is ready to die.

No one ever repented of having held his tongue.

He that jokes confesses.

Between saying and doing many a pair of shoes is worn out.

Do good, and care not to whom.

Among men of honor, a word is a bond.

Patience, time and money accommodate all things.

After the game, the king and pawn go into the same box.

Misfortune does not always come to injure.

One cannot die hidden from God.

Measure twice and cut once.

Beware of the man of one book.

From listening comes wisdom; from speaking, repentance.

A little truth helps the lie go down.

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