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1,412 Spanish Proverbs

A scabby colt may make a good horse.

A secret between two is God's secret, a secret between three is everybody's.

A shock dog is starved and nobody believes it.

A shoemaker's wife and a smith's mare are always the worst shod.

A short halter for a greedy horse.

A short horse is soon curried.

A sick man sleeps, but not a debtor.

A son-in-law's friendship is a winter's sun.

A sooty chimney costs many a beef-steak.

A sparrow in the hand is better than a bustard on the wing.

A spot shows most on the finest cloth.

A tree often transplanted neither grows nor thrives.

A true gentleman would rather have his clothes torn than mended.

A turn of the key is better than the conscience of a friar.

A turtle makes progress when it sticks its neck out.

A well-wisher sees from afar.

A wise man changes his mind, a fool never.

A woman's tears and a log's limping are not real.

A word and a stone once launched cannot be recalled.

A word from the mouth, a stone from a sling.

Abbot of Carcuela, you eat up the pot and ask for the pipkin.

About the King and the Inquisition, hush!

According to the custom of Aragon, good service, bad guerdon.

After a thrifty father, a prodigal son.

After breaking my head you bring plaister.