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-  Half a loaf is better than no bread
-  Half the world knows not how the other half lives
-  Handsome is as handsome does
-  Hang not all your bells on one horse
-  Hang not all your bells upon one horse
-  Haste makes waste
-  Hasty climbers have sudden falls
-  Hatred is blind, as well as love
-  He always does everything backwards
-  He bears misery best that hides it most
-  He can who believes he can
-  He can't see the beam in his own, but he is looking for an eyelash in someone else's
-  He freezes who does not burn
-  He gets a double victory, who conquers himself
-  He gives twice who gives quickly
-  He is a chip off the old block
-  He is lifeless that is faultless
-  He is not backward in coming forward
-  He is not poor that has little, but he that desires much
-  He knows the water best who has waded through it
-  He laughs best who laughs last
-  He loses his thanks who promises and delays
-  He must needs swim that is held up by the chin
-  He never stops hurling fire and brimstone at his enemies
-  He puts a hat on a hen
-  He that asks faintly begs a denial
-  He that cannot abide a bad market, deserves not a good one
-  He that cannot beat the ass beats the saddle
-  He that comes first to the hill, may sit where he will
-  He that comes of a hen must scrape
-  He that commits a fault thinks everyone speaks of it
-  He that dies this year is quit for the next
-  He that does not love a woman suked a saw
-  He that dwells next door to a cripple will learn to halt
-  He that fears leaves, let him not go into the woods
-  He that gazes upon the sun shall at last be blind
-  He that gives thee a bone, would not have thee die
-  He that goes a borrowing goes a sorrowing
-  He that has a full purse never wanted a friend
-  He that has a goose will get a goose
-  He that has a wife has a master
-  He that has land has trouble at hand
-  He that has lands, has quarrels
-  He that has no money needs no purse
-  He that has patience, has fat thrushes for a farthing
-  He that has plenty of goods shall have more
-  He that has time, has life
-  He that has to do with a fool never comes away clean
-  He that hath children, all his morsels are not his own
-  He that hath not silver in his purse should have silk in his tongue
-  He that hath not silver in purse should have silk in his tongue
-  He that is afraid of wounds must not come near a battle
-  He that is born a fool is never cured
-  He that is down needs fear no fall
-  He that is not sensible of his loss has lost nothing
-  He that knows nothing, doubts nothing
-  He that leaves the highway to cut short commonly goes about
-  He that lives in hope dances to an ill tune
-  He that lives most, dies most
-  He that may not do as he would must do has he may
-  He that mischief hatches, mischief catches
-  He that praises himself, patters himself
-  He that reckons without his host must reckon again
-  He that rises first, he first dressed
-  He that seeks trouble, never misses
-  He that sends mouths sends meat
-  He that serves God for money will serve the Devil for better wages
-  He that speaks ill of the mare would buy her
-  He that talks much of his happiness, summons grief
-  He that touches rouge will be red
-  He that travels far knows much
-  He that waits for a dead man's shoes may long go barefoot
-  He that will be rich before night, may be hanged before noon
-  He that will eat the kernel must crack the nut
-  He that will not endure labour in this world had better not be born
-  He that will not when he may, when he will, shall oft have nay
-  He that will steal a penny will steal a pound
-  He that will steal a pin will steal a better thing
-  He that would have eggs must endure the cackling of hens
-  He that would have the fruit must climb the tree
-  He who blames would buy
-  He who cannot obey cannot command
-  He who depends on another dines ill and sups worse
-  He who excuses himself, accuses himself
-  He who falls today may rise tomorrow
-  He who fights and runs away, lives to fight another day
-  He who follows truth too closely, will have dirt kicked in his face
-  He who follows two hares at a time is sure to catch neither
-  He who follows two hares catches neither
-  He who gives all, denies all
-  He who gives fair words feeds you with an empty spoon
-  He who gives quickly gives twice
-  He who gives to the poor lays up treasures in heaven
-  He who has a mind to beat his dog will easily find his stick
-  He who has done ill once will do it again
-  He who has good health is young, and he is rich who has no debts
-  He who has land has quarrels
-  He who has the frying-pan in his hand turns it at will
-  He who hesitates is lost
-  He who is born a fool is never cured
-  He who is content in his poverty is wonderfully rich
-  He who laughs last laughs best
-  He who laughs on Friday will weep on Sunday
-  He who leaves his place loses it
-  He who lives by hope will die by hunger
-  He who makes no mistakes makes nothing
-  He who marries for love without money has good nights and sorry days
-  He who pays the piper calls the tune
-  He who plants kindness gathers love
-  He who plays at bowls must expect to meet with rubbers
-  He who says nothing agrees
-  He who says nothing tacitly agrees
-  He who sows courtesy reaps friendship
-  He who sows the wind reaps the whirlwind
-  He who sows the wind shall reap the whirlwind
-  He who spends more than he should, shall not have to spare when he would
-  He who steals a pin will steal a greater thing
-  He who steals an egg today will still an ox tomorrow
-  He who sups with the devil should have a long spoon
-  He who teaches learns
-  He who trusts not, is not deceived
-  He who wills the end wills the means
-  He who would eat the nut must first crack the shell
-  He will never have a good thing cheap that is afraid to ask the price
-  Health and wealth create beauty
-  Health is better than wealth
-  Health is great riches
-  Hear all parties
-  Hear all parties, but think and act for yourself
-  Hear all, say nothing
-  Heaven helps those who help themselves
-  Heaven suits the back to the burden
-  Hell is paved with good intentions
-  History repeats itself
-  History tends to repeat itself
-  Hitch your wagon to a star
-  Home is where the heart is
-  Homer sometimes nods
-  Homo is a common name to all men
-  Honesty is the best policy
-  Honey catches more flies than vinegar
-  Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but when the desire comes, it is a tree of life
-  Hope for the best and prepare for the worst
-  Hope is but the dream of those that wake
-  Hope is the dream of a soul awake
-  Hope is the dream of the waking man
-  Hope is the poor man's bread
-  Hope keeps man alive
-  Hope keeps us going
-  Hope springs eternal in the human breast
-  How can the cat help it, if the maid be a fool?
-  Hunger breeds quarrels
-  Hunger drives the wolf out of the wood
-  Hunger is the best sauce
-  Hunger is the best spice
-  Hungry dogs will eat dirty pudding
-  Hypocrisy is a tribute that vice pays to virtue
-  Hypocrisy is the homage vice pays to virtue
-  I choose the likely man in preference to the rich man
-  I have neither cross nor pile
-  I say little but I think the more
-  I smell a rat
-  Idleness turns the edge of wit
-  If a man deceives me once, shame on him; if he deceives me twice, shame on me
-  If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing well
-  If each would sweep before his own door, we should have a clean city
-  If he gives me peas, I will give him beans
-  If it ain't broke, don't fix it
-  If it rains on St Swithin's day, there will be rain for the next forty days
-  If it rains when the sun is shining, the devil is beating his wife
-  If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb
-  If not Bran, it's Bran brother
-  If one sheep leaps over the ditch, all the rest will follow
-  If the beard were all, the goat might preach
-  If the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch
-  If the cap fits, wear it
-  If the devil were dead, folk would do little for God's sake
-  If the lion's skin cannot, the fox's shall
-  If the mother trot how should the daughter amble?
-  If the mountain will not come to Mahomet, Mahomet must go to the mountain
-  If the shoe fits, wear it
-  If today will not, tomorrow may
-  If two ride on a horse, one must ride behind
-  If we are bound to forgive an enemy, we are not bound to trust him
-  If wishes were horses, beggars would ride
-  If wishes were horses, then beggars might ride
-  If you are bored, work, it is the only remedy for this terrible evil
-  If you can believe, all things are possible to him who believes
-  If you can't bite, never show your teeth
-  If you deal with a fox, think of his tricks
-  If you do not have a head, you must have legs
-  If you don't like it, you can lump it
-  If you don't like it, you may lump it
-  If you don't work, you don't eat
-  If you lie down with dogs, you will get up with fleas
-  If you lie upon roses when young, you will lie upon thorns when old
-  If you love the boll, you cannot hate the branches
-  If you scratch my back, I will scratch yours
-  If you squeeze a cork, you will get but little juice
-  If you want a thing done well, do it yourself
-  If you want a thing done, go
-  If you want a thing well done, do it yourself
-  If you want something doing, do it yourself
-  If you want to be well served, serve yourself
-  If you wish a good advice, consult an old man
-  If you wish good advice, consult an old man
-  If you won't work, you shan't eat
-  If you would be well served, serve yourself
-  If you would not live to be old, you must be hanged when you are young
-  If youth but knew, if age but could
-  Ignorance and incuriosity are two very soft pillows
-  Ignorance is bliss
-  Ignorance of the law excuses no man
-  Ignorance of the law is no excuse
-  Ill gotten goods seldom prosper
-  Ill gotten seldom prosper
-  Ill ware is never cheap
-  Ill weeds grow apace
-  Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery
-  In church, in an inn, and in a coffin, all men are equal
-  In doing we learn
-  In dreams and in love, nothing is impossible
-  In dreams and in love, there are no impossibilities
-  In for a penny, in for a pound
-  In love is no lack
-  In many words, the truth goes by
-  In the coldest flint there is hot fire
-  In the country of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
-  In the forehead and the eye, the lecture of the mind doth lie
-  In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
-  In time of crisis, all means are good for achieving one's goals
-  In trust is treason
-  In wine there is truth
-  It early pricks that will be a thorn
-  It is a bold mouse that nestles in the cat's ear
-  It is a case of the biter bit
-  It is a case of the pot calling the kettle black
-  It is a chip off the old block
-  It is a foolish bird that soils its own nest
-  It is a good horse that never stumbles
-  It is a good thing to eat your brown bread first
-  It is a sad house where the hen crows louder than the cock
-  It is a small world
-  It is a sorry flock where the ewe bears the bell
-  It is a sorry mouse that has but one hole
-  It is always the people who are not there that get the blame
-  It is an ill bird that fouls its own nest
-  It is an ill dog that deserves not a crust
-  It is best to be on the safe side
-  It is best to sleep on it
-  It is better to be a hammer than a nail
-  It is better to be born lucky than rich
-  It is better to be coward for a minute than dead for the rest of your life
-  It is better to be the hammer than the anvil
-  It is better to let well alone
-  It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness
-  It is better to suffer wrong than to do it
-  It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive
-  It is better to wear out than to rust out
-  It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God
-  It is easier said than done
-  It is easier to descend than to ascend
-  It is easy to be wise after the event
-  It is easy to bear the misfortune of others
-  It is easy to bear the misfortunes of others
-  It is easy to do what one's own self wills
-  It is good fishing in troubled waters
-  It is hard to make a mutton of a sow
-  It is hard to sit in Rome, and strive against the Pope
-  It is harder to change human nature than to change rivers and mountains
-  It is ill fishing before the net
-  It is ill prizing of green barley
-  It is ill sitting at Rome and striving against the Pope
-  It is never too late to learn
-  It is never too late to mend
-  It is no use chafing against circumstances, they are deaf to our anger
-  It is not every question that deserves an answer
-  It is not how long, but how well, we live
-  It is not possible to judge things by external appearances alone
-  It is not the bear that makes the philosopher
-  It is not the cowl that makes the friar
-  It is not the hood that makes the monk
-  It is not too late to spare when the bottom is bare
-  It is not work that kills men, it is worry
-  It is not work that kills, but worry
-  It is often better to swim with the stream
-  It is only at the tree loaded with fruit that people throw stones
-  It is the thought that counts
-  It is too late to call back yesterday
-  It is too late to husband when all is spent
-  It is truth only which gives offence
-  It is useless to flog a dead horse
-  It is very hard to shave an egg
-  It must be true what all men say
-  It must be truth what all man say
-  It needs more skill than I can tell to play the second fiddle well
-  It never rains but it pours
-  It takes all sorts to make a world
-  It takes money to make money
-  It takes one to know one
-  It takes two to make a quarrel
-  It's better to be a hammer than a nail
-  It's dog eat dog
-  It's no use crying over spilt milk
-  It's too late to shut the stable door after the horse has bolted
-  Jack is as good as his master
-  Jack of all trades, master of none
-  Joy and sorrow are next door neighbours
-  Just the once will not hurt
-  Keep no more cats than will catch mice
-  Keep something for the sore foot
-  Keep your breath to cool your porridge
-  Keep your shop and your shop will keep you
-  Kick a man when he is down
-  Kill not the goose that lays the golden eggs
-  Kind hearts are more than coronets
-  Knowledge is power
-  Laugh and the world laugh with you, weep and you weep alone
-  Laughter is good medicine
-  Laughter is the best medicine
-  Laughter is wine for the soul
-  Lay your wame to your winning
-  Lean liberty is better than fat slavery
-  Learning makes a good man better and ill man worse
-  Least said, soonest mended
-  Lend your money and lose your friend
-  Let every sheep hang on its own shank
-  Let everyone sweep in front of his own door, and the whole world will be clean
-  Let nature takes its course
-  Let not your wits go wool-gathering
-  Let people say what they will
-  Let sleeping dogs lie
-  Let the buyer beware
-  Let the world wag
-  Let well alone
-  Let well enough alone
-  Let your purse be your master
-  Life is but a long journey to death
-  Life is but a span
-  Life is not all beer and skittles
-  Life is not all cakes and ale
-  Life is short and time is swift
-  Light cheap, lither yield
-  Light come, light go
-  Light gains make a heavy purse
-  Lightly come, lightly go
-  Like a rat deserting a sinking ship
-  Like begets like
-  Like blood, like good, and like age, make the happiest marriage
-  Like breeds like
-  Like cures like
-  Like father, like son
-  Like fault, like punishment
-  Like mother, like daughter
-  Like rats abandoning a sinking ship
-  Little brooks make great rivers
-  Little fishes slip through net, but great ones are taken
-  Little gains make a heavy
-  Little pitchers have great ears
-  Little strokes fell great oaks
-  Live and learn!
-  Live and let live
-  Live by the sword, die by the sword
-  Loneliness is the ultimate poverty
-  Long jesting was never good
-  Long looked for comes at last
-  Long ways, long lies
-  Look before you leap
-  Look to thyself when thy neighbour's house is on fire
-  Lookers-on see more than players
-  Lost time is never found again
-  Love and a cough cannot be hid
-  Love and lordship like no fellowship
-  Love begets love
-  Love covers many infirmities
-  Love does much, but money does all
-  Love does much, money does everything
-  Love is blind
-  Love is lawless
-  Love is never without jealousy
-  Love is the fruit of idleness
-  Love is without reason
-  Love laughs at locksmiths
-  Love makes all hearts gentle
-  Love me, love my dog
-  Love will go through stone walls
-  Love without a reason
-  Love without end has no end
-  Love your friend with his faults
-  Lovers and madmen have such seething brains
-  Low company taints the mind
-  Lucky at cards, unlucky in love
-  Make a rod for your own back
-  Make careful enquiries and preparations before you act
-  Make hay while the sun shines
-  Make not the gate wider than the city
-  Make not two sorrows of one
-  Make not your sauce before you have caught the fish
-  Make yourself all honey and the flies will devour you
-  Make yourself sheep and the wolves will eat you
-  Man cannot live by bread alone
-  Man does not live by bread alone
-  Man is the head, but woman turns it
-  Man is wolf to man
-  Man lives by hope
-  Man proposes, God disposes
-  Manners make the man
-  Manners maketh man
-  Many a mickle makes a muckle
-  Many a true word is spoken in jest
-  Many are called, but few are chosen
-  Many drops make a shower
-  Many fair promises in marriage making, but few in totcher paying
-  Many go out for wool and come home shorn
-  Many hands make light work
-  Many men, many minds
-  Many sands will sink a ship
-  Many words will not fill a bushel
-  Many would be cowards if they had courage enough
-  March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb
-  March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers
-  Marriage is a lottery
-  Marriages are made in heaven
-  Marry first, and love will come afterwards
-  Marry first, and love will follow
-  Marry in haste, repent at leisure
-  Marry your son when you will but your daughter when you can
-  May God defend me from my friends, I can defend myself from my enemies
-  Measure is medicine
-  Meddle and smart for it
-  Men are not to be measured by inches
-  Men have greater faith in those things which they do not understand
-  Men leap over where the hedge is lowest
-  Men make houses, women make homes
-  Men's years and their faults are always more than they are willing to own
-  Might makes right
-  Mighty oaks from little acorns grow
-  Mildness does better than harshness
-  Mind and space are not commensurable
-  Mirth is the sugar of life
-  Misfortune arrives on horseback but departs on foot
-  Misfortune never comes singly
-  Moderation in all things
-  Money begets money
-  Money can't buy happiness
-  Money does not grow on trees
-  Money doesn't buy happiness
-  Money has no smell
-  Money is a good servant but a bad master
-  Money is not everything
-  Money is round, and rolls away
-  Money is the only monarch
-  Money is the root of all evil
-  Money is the sinew of war
-  Money isn't everything
-  Money makes a man free everywhere
-  Money makes money
-  Money never comes out of season
-  Money refused loses its brightness
-  More belongs to marriage than four legs in a bed
-  More haste, less speed
-  More than enough is too much
-  Much coin, much care
-  Much law, but little justice
-  Much science, much sorrow
-  Much spends the traveller, more then the abider
-  Much would have more
-  Muck and money go together
-  Murder will out
-  Music is the eye of the ear
-  Name not a rope in his house that hanged himself
-  Name not a rope in his house who hung himself
-  Name not a rope where one has hung himself
-  Narrow gathered, widely spent
-  Nature abhors a vacuum
-  Nature does nothing in vain
-  Nature is conquered by obeying her
-  Nature is content with little
-  Nature is no botcher
-  Nature is the true law
-  Nature will have her course
-  Necessity and opportunity may make a coward valiant
-  Necessity has no holiday
-  Necessity is the mother of invention
-  Necessity knows no laws
-  Need makes the naked man run
-  Need makes the old wife trot
-  Needs must when the devil drives
-  Neglect will sooner kill an injury than revenge
-  Neither a borrower nor a lender be
-  Never abandon oneself to despair
-  Never cast a clout till May is out
-  Never cast dirt into that fountain of which you have sometime drunk
-  Never choose your women or your linen by candlelight
-  Never do things by halves
-  Never judge by appearances
-  Never judge from appearances
-  Never offer to teach a fish to swim
-  Never put off till tomorrow what can be done today
-  Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today
-  Never refuse a good offer
-  Never say die
-  Never say never
-  Never speak ill of the year till it be past
-  Never spur a willing horse
-  Never too old to learn
-  Never venture all in one bottom
-  Never was cat or dog drowned, that could but see the shore
-  Never write what you dare not sign
-  New lords, new laws
-  New meat begets a new appetite
-  New things are fair
-  Next to love, quietness
-  Niggard father, spendthrift son
-  Ninety percent of inspiration is perspiration
-  No bees, no honey; no work, no money
-  No dish pleases not all palates alike
-  No flying without wings
-  No foe to a flatterer
-  No gain without pain
-  No good building without a good foundation
-  No hair so small but has his shadow
-  No herb will cure love
-  No land without stones, or meat without bones
-  No living man all things can
-  No love is foul, nor prison fair
-  No love like the first love
-  No man can be a good ruler unless he has first been ruled
-  No man can play the fool so well as the wise man
-  No man can serve two masters
-  No man is a hero to his valet
-  No man is a prophet in his own land
-  No man is born wise or learned
-  No man is content with his lot
-  No man is indispensable
-  No man is wise at all times
-  No money, no Swiss
-  No news is good news
-  No news, good news
-  No one is expected to do the impossible
-  No one is rich enough to do without neighbours
-  No one is without fault
-  No one knows what will happen to him before sunset
-  No one should be judge in his own cause
-  No pain no gain
-  No rose without a thorn
-  No sooner said than done
-  No sweet without sweat
-  No wisdom to silence
-  No wool is so white that a dyer cannot blacken
-  None is without his faults
-  Not be backward in coming forward
-  Not so good to borrow as be able to lend
-  Nothing but is good for something
-  Nothing dries sooner than tears
-  Nothing hurts like the truth
-  Nothing is certain but the unforeseen
-  Nothing is given so freely as advice
-  Nothing is impossible to a willing heart
-  Nothing is impossible to a willing mind
-  Nothing so bad, as not to be good for something
-  Nothing succeeds like success
-  Nothing that is violent is permanent
-  Nothing venture, nothing have
-  Nothing ventured, nothing gained
-  Nought lay down, nought take up
-  Novelty always appears handsome
-  Now, it is all over



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