The obscure explained by the more obscure. [Lat., Obscurum per obscurius.]
The most pleasant cruise is near the land; the most inviting walk near the sea.
The more you give in, the more you have to give in.
The misfortunes to which we are accustomed affect us less deeply.
The misfortune of the foolish is a warning to the wise.
The mill cannot grind with the water that is past.
The lion dies and even the hares insult him. [Lat., Mortuo leoni et lepores insultant.]
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