WISECRACKER - BAVARD - CHIACCHIERONE - CORREVEIDILE
A smart witch can also dance without a broomstick.A smile is ever the most bright and beautiful with a tear upon it. What is the dawn without the dew? The tear is rendered by the smile precious above the smile itself.
LandorA smile is worth a thousand ounces of gold.A smile is worth a thousand words.A smile makes you ten years younger.A smile recures the wounding of a frown.
ShakespeareA smile shortens the distance.A smile that glow'd
Celestial rosy red, love's proper hue.
MiltonA smile will gain you ten more years of life.A smiling boy seldom proves a good servant.A smiling face and pleasant words will lure a snake from his hole.A smiling face dispels unhappiness.A smiling face is half the meal.A smiling person outwardly, in the heart there is something else.A Smithfield bargain.A Smithfield horse.A smokey cabin, a handful of spuds and a flea-filled bed.A smooth sea never made a skilled mariner.A smooth sea never made a skillful mariner.A smooth talker is a good-for-nothing person.A smooth tongue is better than smooth locks.A snail that doesn?t crawl with its shell should be ready to die.A snail's gallop.A snake (is hidden) in the grass.' There is something malevolent hidden.A snake and millipede can both craw on their bellies but this doesn?t make them brothers.A snake bites because the hole has ended, (there is limit for every person?s petience)A snake can change its skin but not its disposition.A snake can shade its skin but it still remains a snake.A snake deserves no pity.A snake doesn't bite a person because he is standing in front.
AfricaA snake eats by moving around, (if you want something you have to make an effort)A snake has no baggage.
AfricaA snake in the grass.A snake lies concealed in the grass.A snake may come out of an unexpected place.A snake that swallows his friend will have a tail sticking out of his mouth.A snake that you can see does not bite.A snake which escapes fills a basket.A snake will always give birth to something long.A snake's enemy is his young.A snake's head must be crushed when young.A snake?s ears only listen to a stick.A snap of sight may describe much more than a thousand words.A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles.
ShakespeareA sneer is the weapon of the weak. Like other devil's weapons, it is always cunningly ready to our hand, and there is more poison in the handle than in the point.
LowellA snob is that man or woman who is always pretending to be something better - especially richer or more fashionable - than he is.
ThackerayA snotnose may grow up to be a man; but he who laughs without cause, never.A snow of blossoms, and a wild of flowers.
TickellA snow year, a rich year.A snow yeare, a rich yeare.
George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum