Enemies (001-025)

A trade that is not practiced is an enemy.
— Irish

A weapon is an enemy even to its owner.
— Turkish

A man of cruelty is God's enemy.
— English

A man has many enemies
when his back is to the wall.
— English

A man without enemies is like
a river without stones.
— Rumanian

A secret is a friend; an enemy if you confide it.
— Russian

A wise enemy is better than an unwise friend.
— Indian (Kashmiri)

A little debt makes a debtor,
but a great one an enemy.
— English

A friend works in the light of the sun,
an enemy in the dark.
— Ugandan

A friend you have to buy;
enemies you get for nothing.
— Yiddish

A friend who leads one astray is an enemy.
— Greek

A friend you get for nothing;
an enemy has to be bought.
— Yiddish

A reconciled friend is a double enemy.
— English

A man's wealth is his enemy.
— English

A joke never gains over an enemy,
but often loses a friend.
— English

An enemy's mouth seldom says well.
— English

An obliging fool is more dangerous than an enemy.
— Russian

An enemy's envy is his own punishment.
— Indian (Tamil)

An enemy does not sleep.
— French

An enemy may chance to give good counsel.
— English

An enemy to beauty is a foe to nature.
— English

An enemy will give in, but a friend will argue.
— Russian

An open enemy is preferable to a hidden friend.
— Turkish

An old enemy never becomes a friend.
— Greek

An obliging fool is more dangerous than an enemy.
— Russian

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