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Whose interest was it? To whose prejudice was it? [Who might expect to derive benefit, or injury, from a crime committed?]

Whose life is as lightning, his words are as thunder.

Why wear out your great coat in summer?

Wickedness and malice only require an opportunity.

Wickedness with beauty is the devil's hook baited.

Wider ears and a short tongue.

Win by persuasion not by force.

Wine brings forth the truth.

Wine carries no rudder.

Wine gladdeneth the heart of man.

Wine hath drowned more men than the sea.

Wine in the bottle does not quench thirst.

Wine is given to bring mirth not drunkenness.

Wine is one thing, drunkenness another.

Wine is the mirror of the mind.

Wine mars beauty and destroys the freshness of youth.

Winter is summer's heir.

Winter never rots in the sky.

Wisdom does not consist in dress.

With one hand he scratches you, and with the other he strikes you.

With the idle it is always holy day time.

Without divine assistance we can achieve nothing.

Without favour, art is like a windmill without wind.

Women when injured are generally not easily appeased.

Women's jars breed men's wars.