Sayings about snow (snow sayings)
Chinese sayings about snow
- One buried in the snow must after a while be discovered. —- Chinese saying
- He wishes to hide his footprints, and yet walks upon the snow.
- When it snows in six-leaved flakes, it is a good omen of a prosperous year.
- Unjustly-gotten wealth is but snow sprinkled with hot water; lands improperly obtained are but sandbanks in a stream.
- Unjustly got wealth is like snow sprinkled with water.
- After a heavy fall of snow, fuel, rice, oil, and salt, all dearer grow.
- Thieves steal in the rain, but not when it snows; Not in the moonlight, but when the wind blows.
- Let everyone sweep away the snow from before his own door, and not meddle with the hoar-frost on his neighbor’s tiles.
- The larger one’s roof, the more snow it will collect.
- Shovel the snow only from your own doorstep. Do not mind the frost forming on your neighbor’s roof.
- Sending charcoal in the snow is better than adding flowers to a brocade.
- He who sends charcoal in a snowstorm is the true Superior man.
- After the Small Snow, there is no plowing, after the Great Snow navigation is suspended.
- The moon, snow, and flowers cannot all be viewed at the same time. —- Japanese saying
- As the hot sun melts the snows, when anger comes, wisdom goes. —- Indian saying
- Tradition wears a snowy beard.
Snow quotes/snowflake quotes
- “No snowflake in an avalanche feels responsible.” — Voltaire
- “Descending, winter crow, wings-spanned on a branch, shakes away the snow.”
- “Down the mountainside, waterfalls in a terraced-brook, sun on melting snow.”
- “Sugar-frosting moon; bare, black branches in the sky; snow is coming soon.”
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