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1. A bad beginning makes a
bad ending.
2. A bad corn promise is
better than a good lawsuit.
3. A bad workman quarrels
with his tools.
4. A bargain is a bargain.
5. A beggar can never be
bankrupt.
6. A bird in the hand is worth
two in the bush.
7. A bird may be known by its
song.
8. A black hen lays a white
egg.
9. A blind leader of the blind.
10. A blind man would be glad
to see.
11. A broken friendship may be
soldered, but will never be
sound.
12. A burden of one's own
choice is not felt.
13. A burnt child dreads the
fire.
14. A cat in gloves catches no
mice.
15. A city that parleys is half
gotten.
16. A civil denial is better than a
rude grant.
17. A clean fast is better than a
dirty breakfast.
18. A clean hand wants no
washing.
19. A clear conscience laughs at
false accusations.
20. A close mouth catches no
flies.
21. A cock is valiant on his own
dunghill.
22. A cracked bell can never
sound well.
23. A creaking door hangs long
on its hinges.
24. A curst cow has short
horns.
25. A danger foreseen is half
avoided.
26. A drop in the bucket.
27. A drowning man will catch
at a straw.
28. A fair face may hide a foul
heart.
29. A fault confessed is half
redressed.
30. A fly in the ointment.
31. A fool always rushes to the
fore.
32. A fool and his money are
soon parted.
33. A fool at forty is a fool
indeed.
34. A fool may ask more
questions in an hour than a
wise man can answer in
seven years.
35. A fool may throw a stone
into a well which a hundred
wise men cannot pull out.
36. A fool's tongue runs before
his wit.
37. A forced kindness deserves
no thanks.
38. A foul morn may turn to a
fair day.
39. A fox is not taken twice in
the same snare.
40. A friend in need is a friend
indeed.
41. A friend is never known till
needed.
42. A friend to all is a friend to
none.
43. A friend's frown is better
than a foe's smile.
44. A good anvil does not fear
the hammer.
45. A good beginning is half
the battle.
46. A good beginning makes a
good ending.
47. A good deed is never lost.
48. A good dog deserves a
good bone.
49. A good example is the best
sermon.
50. A good face is a letter of
recommendation.
51. A good Jack makes a good
Jill.
52. A good marksman may
miss.
53. A good name is better than
riches.
54. A good name is sooner lost
than won.
55. A good name keeps its
luster in the dark.
56. A good wife makes a good
husband.
57. A great dowry is a bed full
of brambles.
58. A great fortune is a great
slavery.
59. A great ship asks deep
waters.
60. A guilty conscience needs
no accuser.
61. A hard nut to crack.
62. A heavy purse makes a light
heart.
63. A hedge between keeps
friendship green.
64. A honey tongue, a heart of
gall.
65. A hungry belly has no ears.
66. A hungry man is an angry
man.
67. A Jack of all trades is master
of none.
68. A Joke never gains an
enemy but often loses a
friend.
69. A lawyer never goes to law
himself.
70. A lazy sheep thinks its wool
heavy.
71. A liar is not believed when
he speaks the truth.
72. A lie begets a lie.
73. A light purse is a heavy
curse.
74. A light purse makes a heavy
heart.
75. A little body often harbours
a great soul.
76. A little fire is quickly
trodden out.
77. A man can die but once.
78. A man can do no more than
he can.
79. A man is known by the
company he keeps.
80. A man of words and not of
deeds is like a garden full of
weeds.
81. A miserly father makes a
prodigal son.
82. A miss is as good as a mile.
83. A new broom sweeps clean.
84. A nod from a lord is a
breakfast for a fool.
85. A penny saved is a penny
gained.
86. A penny soul never came to
two pence.
87. A quiet conscience sleeps in
thunder.
88. A rolling stone gathers no
moss.
89. A round peg in a square
hole.
90. A shy cat makes a proud
mouse.
91. A silent fool is counted
wise.
92. A small leak will sink a great
ship.
93. A soft answer turns away
wrath.
94. A sound mind in a sound
body.
95. A stitch in time saves nine.
96. A storm in a teacup.
97. A tattler is worse than a
thief.
98. A thief knows a thief as a
wolf knows a wolf.
99. A thief passes for a
gentleman when stealing
has made him rich.
100. A threatened blow is
seldom given.
101. A tree is known by its fruit.
102. A wager is a fool's
argument.
103. A watched pot never boils.
104. A wise man changes his
mind, a fool never will.
105. A wolf in sheep's clothing.
106. A wonder lasts but nine
days.
107. A word is enough to the
wise.
108. A word spoken is past
recalling.
109. Actions speak louder than
words.
110. Adversity is a great
schoolmaster.
111. Adversity makes strange
bedfellows.
112. After a storm comes a calm.
113. After dinner comes the
reckoning.
114. After dinner sit (sleep) a
while, after supper walk a
mile.
115. After rain comes fair
weather.
116. After us the deluge.
117. Agues come on horseback,
but go away on foot.
118. All are good lasses, but
whence come the bad
wives?
119. All are not friends that
speak us fair.
120. All are not hunters that
blow the horn.
121. All are not merry that dance
lightly.
122. All are not saints that go to
church.
123. All asses wag their ears.
124. All bread is not baked in
one oven.
125. All cats are grey in the dark
(in the night).
126. All covet, all lose.
127. All doors open to courtesy.
128. All is fish that comes to his
net.
129. All is not lost that is in peril.
130. All is well that ends well.
131. All lay load on the willing
horse.
132. All men can't be first.
133. All men can't be masters.
134. All promises are either
broken or kept.
135. All roads lead to Rome.
136. All sugar and honey.
137. All that glitters is not gold.
138. All things are difficult before
they are easy.
139. All truths are not to be told.
140. All work and no play makes
Jack a dull boy.
141. "Almost" never killed a fly
(was never hanged).
142. Among the blind the one-
eyed man is king.
143. An apple a day keeps the
doctor away.
144. An ass in a lion's skin.
145. An ass is but an ass, though
laden with gold.
146. An ass loaded with gold
climbs to the top of the
castle.
147. An empty hand is no lure
for a hawk.
148. An empty sack cannot stand
upright.
149. An empty vessel gives a
greater sound than a full
barrel.
150. An evil chance seldom
comes alone.
151. An honest tale speeds best,
being plainly told.
152. An hour in the morning is
worth two in the evening.
153. An idle brain is the devil's
workshop.
154. An ill wound is cured, not
an ill name.
155. An oak is not felled at one
stroke.
156. An old dog barks not in
vain.
157. An open door may tempt a
saint.
158. An ounce of discretion is
worth a pound of learning.
159. An ox is taken by the horns
and a man by the tongue.
160. An unfortunate man would
be drowned in a teacup.
161. Anger and haste hinder
good counsel.
162. Any port in a storm.
163. Appearances are deceitful.
164. Appetite comes with eating.
165. As drunk as a lord.
166. As innocent as a babe
unborn.
167. As like as an apple to an
oyster.
168. As like as two peas.
169. As old as the hills.
170. As plain as the nose on a
man's face.
171. As plain as two and two
make four.
172. As snug as a bug in a rug .
173. As sure as eggs is eggs.
174. As the call, so the echo.
175. As the fool thinks, so the
bell clinks.
176. As the old cock crows, so
does the young.
177. As the tree falls, so shall it
lie.
178. As the tree, so the fruit.
179. As welcome as flowers in
May.
180. As welcome as water in
one's shoes.
181. As well be hanged for a
sheep as for a lamb.
182. As you brew, so must you
drink.
183. As you make your bed, so
must you lie on it.
184. As you sow, so shall you
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