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1. Cloudy mornings bring clear evenings. [Tweet it]

2. Be slow to promise but quickly to perform. [Tweet it]

3. Times is the greatest healer. [Tweet it]

4. Actions speak louder than words. [Tweet it]

5. A full purse never lacks friends. [Tweet it]

6. Mother's love is uncomparable. [Tweet it]

7. Roses have their thorns. [Tweet it]

8. One flower makes no garland. [Tweet it]

9. No pain, no gain. [Tweet it]

10. Money is a good servant but a bad master. [Tweet it]

11. When fortune smiles take the advantage. [Tweet it]

12. When in Rome do as the Romans. [Tweet it]

13. One swallow does not make a spring Union is strength. [Tweet it]

14. An empty purse frights away friends. [Tweet it]

15. Speech is silver but silence is gold. [Tweet it]

16. Water seeks its own leve. [Tweet it]

17. Better do it than wish it done. [Tweet it]

18. Speech is the image of action. [Tweet it]

19. Half a loaf is better than nothing. [Tweet it]

20. Time and tide waits for none. [Tweet it]

21. What may be done at any time is done at no time. [Tweet it]

22. Much pains, little gains. [Tweet it]

23. Borrowed garments never fit well. [Tweet it]

24. Beware of silent dogs and still water. [Tweet it]

25. Books without the knowledge of life are useless. [Tweet it]

26. Take care of the pound, the pound will take care of themselves. [Tweet it]

27. Much ads about nothing. [Tweet it]

28. Profuse in promise but slow in deeds. [Tweet it]

29. Few offend by silence but a prattling. [Tweet it]

30. tongue is always trout le some. [Tweet it]

31. Full of courtesy, full of crafts. [Tweet it]

32. Pain is the outcome of sin. [Tweet it]

33. A good name is better than riches. [Tweet it]

34. When crow flies its tail follows. [Tweet it]

35. You cannot draw blood from a stone. [Tweet it]

36. You cannot wash a black moor white. [Tweet it]

37. Necessity turns lion into fox. [Tweet it]

38. Better a small fish than an empty dish. [Tweet it]

39. Necessity sharpens industry. [Tweet it]

40. A self-evident truth need not be advertised. [Tweet it]

41. Truth has a fast bottom. [Tweet it]

42. Truth prevails. [Tweet it]

43. 1 will either make a bolt or shaft of it. [Tweet it]

44. Necessity has no law. [Tweet it]

45. Some are refined like gold, in the furnace of affliction. [Tweet it]

46. Blood is thicker than water. [Tweet it]

47. No one can rise without support. [Tweet it]

48. Pride is an ill horse to ride. [Tweet it]

49. Pride in a beauty is like a spot in a diamond. [Tweet it]

50. No flying without wings. [Tweet it]

51. United we stand, divided we fall Unity. [Tweet it]

52. Disease brings on wreck and rain. [Tweet it]

53. Gold shines brighter, the more it is heated. [Tweet it]

54. It is a good fish, if it were but caught. [Tweet it]

55. Keep a thing for seven years and you will find a use for it. [Tweet it]

56. Patience always pays. [Tweet it]

57. Patience is bitter but its fruits are sweet. [Tweet it]

58. Patience, perseverance overcome mountain. [Tweet it]

59. All things come to him who waits. [Tweet it]

60. Rome was not built in a day. [Tweet it]

61. Patience is the best remedy for grief. [Tweet it]

62. Patience is the art of hoping. [Tweet it]

63. Sell not virtue to purchase wealth. [Tweet it]

64. Sweet are the slumbers of virtue. [Tweet it]

65. virtue has its own reward. [Tweet it]

66. Sincerity is the soul of virtue. [Tweet it]

67. All lay the load on the willing hors. [Tweet it]

68. Do not spur a willing horse. [Tweet it]

69. If one will not, another will. [Tweet it]

70. Provoke not the rage of a patient man. [Tweet it]

71. An opportunity should not be missed. [Tweet it]

72. Cross the stream where it is shallowest. [Tweet it]

73. Early bird catches the worm. [Tweet it]

74. Words are but sands, it's money that bugs land. [Tweet it]

75. it is hard to live in Rome and fight with the pope. [Tweet it]

76. Live with man, as if God saw you. [Tweet it]

77. Come with wind and go with water. [Tweet it]

78. What is got in the country is lost in the hundred. [Tweet it]

79. Once neglected is lost forever. [Tweet it]

80. Everyman is the architect of his own fortune. [Tweet it]

81. Fortune favours the brave, Fortune goes by favour. [Tweet it]

82. Everybody's business is nobody's business. [Tweet it]

83. it is only a drop in the ocean. [Tweet it]

84. Jack of all trades but master of none. [Tweet it]

85. Many cooks spoil the broth. [Tweet it]

86. Plenty makes dainty. [Tweet it]

87. To carry spices to India. [Tweet it]

88. Good mind, good find. [Tweet it]

89. Undaunted minds defy fortune. [Tweet it]

90. Sound mind in a sound body. [Tweet it]

91. Home keeping youths have homely wit. [Tweet it]

92. Miseries come by the pounds and go by the ounce. [Tweet it]

93. All grasp, all lose. [Tweet it]

94. Advance is the root of all evils. [Tweet it]

95. He that will have all, lose all. [Tweet it]

96. He that grasps at too much, holds nothing fast. [Tweet it]

97. The more you heap, the worse you reap. [Tweet it]

98. A habit is a shirt made of iron. [Tweet it]

99. Virtue alone is happiness. [Tweet it]

100. Haste makes waste. [Tweet it]

101. Haste is a poor apology. [Tweet it]

102. Hasty climbers have sudden falls. [Tweet it]

103. He stumbles that runs fast. [Tweet it]

104. Haste trips over its own heels. [Tweet it]

105. He helps little who helps not himself. [Tweet it]

106. Dig a well before you are thirsty. [Tweet it]

107. Don't cross a bridge until you come to it. [Tweet it]

108. In a fair weather prepare for foul. [Tweet it]

109. Draw not the bow before the arrow is fixed. [Tweet it]

110. Help a lame dog over a stile. [Tweet it]

111. Existence cannot be concealed. [Tweet it]

112. Make not your sail too large for your ship. [Tweet it]

113. Make hay while the sun shines. [Tweet it]

114. Set your sails as the wind blows. [Tweet it]

115. Honesty is paid but starves. [Tweet it]

116. Honesty is the best policy while dishonesty brings ruin. [Tweet it]

117. Every cloud has a silver lining. [Tweet it]

118. Humour is ingredient of happiness. [Tweet it]

119. A hare may draw a lion with a golden cord. [Tweet it]

120. An idle man tempts the devil. [Tweet it]

121. Ignorance has no lights. [Tweet it]

122. Ignorance augments our evils. [Tweet it]

123. A fog cannot be dispelled by a fan. [Tweet it]

124. A pious man struggles under difficulties while a rogue thrives. [Tweet it]

125. Jealousy arises from lack of confidence. [Tweet it]

126. Jest with an ass and he will flop you in the face with his tail. [Tweet it]

127. Good swimmers are of finest drowned. [Tweet it]

128. He cuts his own feet with an axe. [Tweet it]

129. He is caught in his own trap. [Tweet it]

130. Miss is as good as a mile. [Tweet it]

131. A silver key can open an iron lock. [Tweet it]

132. A golden dart kills where it pleases. [Tweet it]

133. Beauty is potent but money is omnipotent. [Tweet it]

134. Be ruled by him that bears the purse. [Tweet it]

135. Money can get any work done. [Tweet it]

136. Money is the best bait, to fish for a man with. [Tweet it]

137. Money talks. [Tweet it]

138. Ready money is ready machine. [Tweet it]

139. Lock your door that you may keep your neighbour honest. [Tweet it]

140. No one is rich enough to do without a neighbour. [Tweet it]

141. Never draw your dirk when a dint will do. [Tweet it]

142. Never look a gift horse in the mouth. [Tweet it]

143. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today. [Tweet it]

144. Never venture nothing gain. [Tweet it]

145. Never spend your money before you have it. [Tweet it]

146. Never spit at the sun, it falls back on the face. [Tweet it]

147. Never tell all you know, not do all you can. [Tweet it]

148. Poor folks are glad of pottage. [Tweet it]

149. Sloth is the mother of poverty. [Tweet it]

150. The poor do penance for the follies of the strong. [Tweet it]

151. Power comes from sincere service. [Tweet it]

152. He who swells in prosperity will shrink in adversity. [Tweet it]

153. He robs his belly to provide for his back. [Tweet it]

154. Living on Earth is expensive, but it does include a free trip around the sun. [Tweet it]

155. A gig to the doctor, when cured. [Tweet it]

156. When a cow is old, she is soon sold. [Tweet it]

157. Ever stop to think, and forget to start again :? [Tweet it]

158. If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried. [Tweet it]

159. It takes two to make quarrel. [Tweet it]

160. It takes two to make a bargain and two to break it. [Tweet it]

161. Unskillful workmen quarrel with their tools. [Tweet it]

162. Reality must be out. [Tweet it]

163. Sweet water cannot flow from foul springs. [Tweet it]

164. What is in the pot, will come on the plate. [Tweet it]

165. A thiefs bags finds only dust. [Tweet it]

166. A pitcher that often goes to the well breaks at last. [Tweet it]

167. Frost and fraud both end in foul. [Tweet it]

168. Bred up a crow and he will pluck out your eyes. [Tweet it]

169. Bitter pills have Better effect. [Tweet it]

170. Do avil and look for liKe. [Tweet it]

171. Every tide has its Ebb. [Tweet it]

172. Out of frying pan into the fire. [Tweet it]

173. Scatter with one hand and gather with two. [Tweet it]

174. Venture upon nothing till you have well considered the results. [Tweet it]

175. Sadness and gladness succeed each other. [Tweet it]

176. Serve a great man and you will know what sorrow is. [Tweet it]

177. Sorrow's best antidote is employment. [Tweet it]

178. Save when young, spend when old. [Tweet it]

179. Keep a secret, it is your slave. [Tweet it]

180. Seeing is believing. [Tweet it]

181. You cannot see wood for trees. [Tweet it]

182. Self-interest is the rule self-sacrifice the exception. [Tweet it]

183. Self help is the best help. [Tweet it]

184. The greatest conquest is the conquest of self. [Tweet it]

185. When everyone takes care of self, care is taken of all. [Tweet it]

186. He that hath no shame, hath no conscience. [Tweet it]

187. A cowl does not make a monk. [Tweet it]

188. Good sword had often been in poor scabbard. [Tweet it]

189. Barking dogs seldom bite. [Tweet it]

190. Distance lends enchantment to the view. [Tweet it]

191. One face to God and another to devil. [Tweet it]

192. Oxford knives and London wives. [Tweet it]

193. The cross on her breast and the devil in her heart. [Tweet it]

194. Silence pays. [Tweet it]

195. Silence is the best virtue. [Tweet it]

196. Silence is a gift without peril and a treasure without enemies. [Tweet it]

197. A closed mouth catches no flies. [Tweet it]

198. Fair words cost nothing but are worth much. [Tweet it]

199. Speak not rather than speak ill. [Tweet it]

200. Speech is the picture of mind. [Tweet it]

201. If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try again. [Tweet it]

202. Success makes a fool look wise. [Tweet it]

203. Suspect a take-bearer and trust him not. [Tweet it]

204. Suspicion begets suspicion. [Tweet it]

205. A stitch in time saves nine. [Tweet it]

206. Better today than tomorrow. [Tweet it]

207. Better late than, never tomorrow. [Tweet it]

208. Fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. [Tweet it]

209. Wisdom and goodness to the vile seem vile. [Tweet it]

210. A small pack becomes a small pedlar. [Tweet it]

211. Everyone to his trade. [Tweet it]

212. Great toil, little work. [Tweet it]

213. A paul pry is ever uneasy. [Tweet it]

214. Unseen, unread. [Tweet it]

215. A green wound is soon healed. [Tweet it]

216. Setting down in writing is a lasting memory. [Tweet it]

217. Fine words butter no parsnipsSaying is one thing, doing another. [Tweet it]

218. Huff of one and advantage of another. [Tweet it]

219. Only a well-wisher gives an unsavory advice. [Tweet it]

220. Beauty is only skin deep. [Tweet it]

221. Beauty weeps and fortune enjoys. [Tweet it]

222. Fancy passeth beauty. [Tweet it]

223. Argus at home, but a mole abroad. [Tweet it]

224. Burning the candle at both ends. [Tweet it]

225. Subterfuges is the coward's defense. [Tweet it]

226. It is dark under the lamp. [Tweet it]

227. Death's day is doomsday. [Tweet it]

228. Crosses are ladders that lead to heaven. [Tweet it]

229. Death defies the doctor. [Tweet it]

230. Death is deaf and hears no denial. [Tweet it]

231. Dead man tells no tale. [Tweet it]

232. Dust thou art and shalt thou to dust return. [Tweet it]

233. Desperate cuts have desperate cures. [Tweet it]

234. A figure among ciphers. [Tweet it]

235. Among men some are pebbles. [Tweet it]

236. In a calm sea everyone is a pilot. [Tweet it]

237. Rejoice not when enemy stumbleth. [Tweet it]

238. Coming events cast their shadow. [Tweet it]

239. Ever spare, ever bare. [Tweet it]

240. He will chime in with everything. [Tweet it]

241. Evil beginnings have wretched endings. [Tweet it]

242. Evill to him, who evil thinks. [Tweet it]

243. Frost and fraud both end in evil. [Tweet it]

244. Ill weeds grow apace. [Tweet it]

245. It is a long lane that has no turning. [Tweet it]

246. Cast not dirt in tha well that gives you water. [Tweet it]

247. If a man once falls, alt will tread upon him. [Tweet it]

248. All go to a fallen tree with their hatchet. [Tweet it]

249. A stumble prevents a fall. [Tweet it]

250. Remove the foundation, the super structure falls. [Tweet it]

251. While rising, you may trip. [Tweet it]

252. In for a penny, in for a pound [Tweet it]

253. Bread at pleasure, drink by measure. [Tweet it]

254. Diet cures more than the doctor. [Tweet it]

255. Wasps haunt the honey pot. [Tweet it]

256. A prince of all fools. [Tweet it]

257. Don't kill the goose that lays golden eggs. [Tweet it]

258. Don't kick the ladder. [Tweet it]

259. Don't haloo till you are out of wood. [Tweet it]

260. Don't make a mountain of a mole hill. [Tweet it]

261. Don't pour water on a drowned mouse. [Tweet it]

262. Fool's haste is no speed. [Tweet it]

263. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. [Tweet it]

264. Knaves and fools never prosper. [Tweet it]

265. Learned fools are ruined even by their learning. [Tweet it]

266. Penny wise and pound foolish. [Tweet it]

267. He is as free as a wind. [Tweet it]

268. Gifts break rock. [Tweet it]

269. Give a clown your finger and he will take your whole hand. [Tweet it]

270. Give him in an inch and he will take an ell. [Tweet it]

271. Give a dog an ill name, and you may as well hang him. [Tweet it]

272. Give a thing and take again and you shall ride in hell's wain. [Tweet it]

273. In prosperity gold, in adversity God. [Tweet it]

274. Man proposes, God disposes. [Tweet it]

275. Retribution belongs to God. [Tweet it]

276. Good and quickly seldom meet. [Tweet it]

277. Seek not a goodman's pedigree. [Tweet it]

278. You spoil a good fish with a bad sauce. [Tweet it]

279. A great ship needs deep water. [Tweet it]

280. Great fishes eat up small ones. [Tweet it]

281. An uninvited guest is like a straw. [Tweet it]

282. An uninvited guest sits on thorns. [Tweet it]

283. A constant guest is never welcome. [Tweet it]

284. Habit is the second nature. [Tweet it]

285. Let dogs delight-to back and bite, for god had made them so. [Tweet it]

286. Haste and wisdom are things far different. [Tweet it]

287. Haste makes waste, waste makes want and want. [Tweet it]

288. makes strife between the good man and wife. [Tweet it]

289. More haste less speed. [Tweet it]

290. Most haste worst speed. [Tweet it]

291. Hatred does not cease by hatred. [Tweet it]

292. Health is wealth. [Tweet it]

293. Believe not all you hear, and tell not all you believe. [Tweet it]

294. Even walls have ears. [Tweet it]

295. Give every one thy ear but few thy voice. [Tweet it]

296. Hear all, but follow thy own counsel. [Tweet it]

297. It never rains but pours. [Tweet it]

298. Man lives by hope. [Tweet it]

299. While there is life there is hope [Tweet it]

300. Quit not certainly for hopes. [Tweet it]

301. He that exalts himself shall be humbled. [Tweet it]

302. Humility makes a man lovable to all [Tweet it]

303. If brain sows not corns, it plants thistle. [Tweet it]

304. Idle dogs worry sheep. [Tweet it]

305. Idle folks have most labour. [Tweet it]

306. Idle folks have the least leisure. [Tweet it]

307. Idle all day, she is going to spin at night. [Tweet it]

308. Slanders in jest prove serious injuries [Tweet it]

309. He who pardons the bad injures the good [Tweet it]

310. if jury say it is a cat, it must be so. [Tweet it]

311. Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can read. [Tweet it]

312. Kindness is that brings forth kindness always. [Tweet it]

313. A heron is a king among crows. [Tweet it]

314. A king's favor is no inheritance. [Tweet it]

315. The king can do no wrong. [Tweet it]

316. Cut your coat, according to your cloth. [Tweet it]

317. Stretch your legs according to your coverlet. [Tweet it]

318. Stretch your arm no further. [Tweet it]

319. Charity begins at home. [Tweet it]

320. He who has horns on his bosom, [Tweet it]

321. let him not put them on his head. [Tweet it]

322. Fair is not fair but that which pleaseth. [Tweet it]

323. An accidental outcome, a mere coincidence. [Tweet it]

324. Man is known by the company he keeps. [Tweet it]

325. A house divided against itself cannot stand. [Tweet it]

326. Let by-gones be by-gones. [Tweet it]

327. If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing well. [Tweet it]

328. Well begun is half done. [Tweet it]

329. Don't be a baker if your head be made of butter. [Tweet it]

330. Don't build castles in air. [Tweet it]

331. Don't buy a pig in a poke. [Tweet it]

332. Don't throw pearls before swines [Tweet it]

333. Don't whip the old sores. [Tweet it]

334. Courtesy should never be accompanied by candour their death. [Tweet it]

335. So got so gone. [Tweet it]

336. Measure for measure. [Tweet it]

337. Set a thief to catch a thief. [Tweet it]

338. Regal honors have regal cares. [Tweet it]

339. A little pot is soon hot. [Tweet it]

340. A little rain will lay a great mud. [Tweet it]

341. Handsome is that handsome does. [Tweet it]

342. The more a gambler loses, the more he plays. [Tweet it]

343. Absence makes the heart grow fonder. [Tweet it]

344. Absence is to love what wind is to fire. [Tweet it]

345. Love does much, but money inore. [Tweet it]

346. There is no love without fear. [Tweet it]

347. A lean dog gets nothing but fleas. [Tweet it]

348. Cursed cows have short horns. [Tweet it]

349. From the frying pan into the fires. [Tweet it]

350. Luck never made a man wise. [Tweet it]

351. There is no flying against fate. [Tweet it]

352. Who knows nothing, doubts nothing. [Tweet it]

353. Zeal without knowledge is fire without light. [Tweet it]

354. Laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face. [Tweet it]

355. Each one takes care of number one. [Tweet it]

356. Don't cry over spilt milk. [Tweet it]

357. When God helps no one can hinder. [Tweet it]

358. Better late than never. [Tweet it]

359. It is never too late to mend. [Tweet it]

360. Spend and God will send. [Tweet it]

361. Cleanliness is next to godliness. [Tweet it]

362. Idleness is the rust of mind. [Tweet it]

363. An idle brain is a box for the wind. [Tweet it]

364. God helps those who help themselves. [Tweet it]

365. Friendship with a fool is always dangerous. [Tweet it]

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