21 Italian Proverbs about TongueAll Italian Proverbs | Proverbs about Tongue
1. Better slip with the foot than with the tongue.
2. Even a fool is thought wise if he keeps silent, and discerning if he holds his tongue.
3. Every fool is wise when he holds his tongue.
4. He is not an honest man who has burned his tongue and does not tell the company that the soup is hot.
5. He who has a bad tongue should have good loins.
6. He who has a tongue, may go to Rome.
7. No one ever repented of having held his tongue.
8. Of three things the devil makes a salad: advocate's tongues, notaries' fingers, and a third that shall be nameless.
9. One pair of ears would exhaust a hundred tongues.
10. Smooth words do not flay the tongue.
11. Teeth placed before the tongue give good advice.
12. When gold speaks every tongue is silent.
13. Where there is least heart there is most tongue.
14. Who has a tongue in his head can go all the world over.
15. The tongue goes to where the tooth aches.
16. Long tongue, short hand.
17. Let not your tongue say what your head may pay for.
18. Teeth placed in front of the tongue give good advice.
19. The smaller the heart, the longer the tongue.
20. Where gold speaks every tongue is silent.
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