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1,412 Spanish Proverbs

The righteous man sins before an open chest.

the rotten apple spoils its companion.

The scalded cat dreads cold water.

The secret in swimming is to know how to take care of your clothes.

The secret of patience is doing something else in the meantime.

The servant wench that has a mother in town swoons seven times a day.

The sharper soon cheats the covetous man.

The sharper the storm, the sooner it's over.

The shirt is nearer than the frock.

The smith's dog sleeps at the noise of the hammer, and wakes at the grinding of teeth.

The snail, to be rid of annoyances, bartered its eyes for horns.

The son of an ass brays twice a day.

The spider's web lets the rat escape and catches the fly.

The spot will come out in the washing.

The squeaking wheel gets the grease.

The stew mixed by many is ill-seasoned and worse cooked.

The stew that boils much loses flavour.

The stone is hard and the drop is small, but a hole is made by the constant fall.

The thorn comes into the world point foremost.

The thread breaks where it is thinnest.

The threatener loses the opportunity of vengeance.

The threshold says nothing but what it hears of the hinge.

The tide will fetch away what the ebb brings.

The tiger that has once tasted blood is never sated with the taste of it.

The tired ox plants his foot firmly.