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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
 
Cost
 
More cost, more worship.  1
That which costs us little is lightly esteemed.  Don Quixote.  2
The cost ofttimes takes away the relish.  3
The cost takes away the taste.  French.  4
The more cost the more honor.  5
The more worship the more cost.  6
There’s a daily cost and all of it lost.  7
Three things cost dear: the caresses of a dog, the love of a mistress and the invasion of a host.  8
What costs little is little esteemed.  9
What costs nothing is worth nothing.  Dutch.  10
With cost one may make good pottage of a stool.  11
 
 
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