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-  A bad bush is better than the open field
-  A bad dog never sees the wolf
-  A bad excuse is better than none at all
-  A bad penny always come back
-  A bad penny always turns up
-  A bad workman always blames his tools
-  A bad workman blames his tool
-  A beard does not constitute a philosopher
-  A beggar's bag is bottomless
-  A beggar's hand is a bottomless basket
-  A beggar's purse is bottomless
-  A big book is a big misfortune
-  A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
-  A black hen lays a white egg
-  A black plum is as sweet as a white
-  A bleating sheep loses a bite
-  A bully is always a coward
-  A burnt child dreads the fire
-  A carpenter is known by his chips
-  A cat has nine lives
-  A cat may look at a king
-  A change is as good as a rest
-  A clean conscience laughs at false accusations
-  A closed mouth catches no flies
-  A constant guest is never welcome
-  A crafty knave needs no broker
-  A creaking gate hangs long
-  A creaking gate hangs longest
-  A debt paid is a friend kept
-  A december and may marriage is seldom a happy one
-  A door must either be shut or open
-  A drowning man will catch at a straw
-  A drowning man will clutch at a straw
-  A dwarf on a giant's shoulder sees the farthest of the two
-  A fair face may hide a foul heart
-  A fault confessed is half redressed
-  A flow of words is no proof of wisdom
-  A flow will have an ebb
-  A fog cannot be dispelled by a fan
-  A fool always rushes to the fore
-  A fool sometimes gives a hint which a wise man may take
-  A fool's bolt is soon shot
-  A foolish judge passes a quick sentence
-  A fox should not be on the jury at a goose's trial
-  A friend in need is a friend indeed
-  A friend in the court is better than a penny in the purse
-  A friend in the market is better than a penny in the chest
-  A friend is not so soon gotten as lost
-  A friend to all is a friend to none
-  A full belly neither fights nor flies well
-  A goat's hide buys a goat's hide and a gourd a gourd
-  A golden key can open any door
-  A good action is never lost
-  A good advice has no price
-  A good appetite needs no sauce
-  A good bargain is a pick-purse
-  A good beginning makes a good ending
-  A good conscience is a soft pillow
-  A good counsel has no price
-  A good deed is never lost
-  A good example is the best sermon
-  A good face is a letter of recommendation
-  A good farmer makes a good farm
-  A good horse oft needs a good spur
-  A good lawyer makes a bad neighbor
-  A good master, a good scholar
-  A good name is better than a golden girdle
-  A good name is better than riches
-  A good name is sooner lost than won
-  A good neighbour, a good morrow
-  A good salad may be the prologue to a bad supper
-  A good when lost is valued most
-  A great book is a great evil
-  A great man and a great river are often ill neighbours
-  A guilty conscience needs no accuser
-  A hedge between keeps friendship green
-  A herring barrel always smells like herring
-  A herring barrel always smells of fish
-  A herring barrel will always smell of herring
-  A high building, a low foundation
-  A honeyed tongue with a heart of gall
-  A honeyed tongue, a heart of gall
-  A hook's well lost to catch a salmon
-  A house well-furnished makes a woman wise
-  A hundred pounds of sorrow pays not one ounce of debt
-  A hungry belly has no ears
-  A hungry man is an angry man
-  A just war is better than an injust peace
-  A lean arrangement is better than a fat jugement
-  A leopard cannot change its spots
-  A liar is not believed even when he speaks the truth
-  A liar ought to have a good memory
-  A liar should have a good memory
-  A lie has no legs
-  A lion at home, a mouse abroad
-  A little and good fills the trencher
-  A little body often harbours a great soul
-  A little child weighs on your knee, a big one on your heart
-  A little knowledge is a dangerous thing
-  A little labour, much health
-  A live dog is better than a dead lion
-  A living dog is better than a dead lion
-  A long tongue is a sign of a short hand
-  A maid oft seen, and a gown oft worn, are disesteem'd and held in scorn
-  A maid that laughs is half taken
-  A man can die but once
-  A man can't do more than he can do
-  A man in debt is caught in a net
-  A man is as old as he feels, and a woman as old as she looks
-  A man is known by his friends
-  A man is known by the company he keeps
-  A man is not a horse because he was born in a stable
-  A man is not always asleep when his eyes are shut
-  A man is not where he lives, but where he loves
-  A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for his client
-  A man without a smiling face must never open a shop
-  A man without a smiling face must not open a shop
-  A man without religion is like a horse without a bridle
-  A man's home is his castle
-  A merry companion is a wagon in the way
-  A miser has no friends
-  A miss is as good as a mile
-  A monk out of his cloister is like a fish out of water
-  A mouse in time may bite in two a cable
-  A mouse may help a lion
-  A new broom sweeps clean
-  A nod is as good as a wink to a blind horse
-  A penny saved is a penny earned
-  A piece of churchyard fits everybody
-  A place for everything and everything in its place
-  A pot that belongs to many is ill stired and worse boiled
-  A private life is a happy life
-  A prophet is not without honour except in his own country
-  A promise is a promise
-  A red sky at night is the sheperd's delight, a red sky in the morning is the sheperd's warning
-  A rich man's joke is always funny
-  A rolling stone gathers no moss
-  A rose by any other name would smell as sweet
-  A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose
-  A servant is known by his master's absence
-  A shoe that is too large is apt to trip one
-  A shoe too large trips one up
-  A single spark can start a prairie fire
-  A small bird wants a small nest
-  A small leak will sink a great ship
-  A snappish cur is ever in woe
-  A soft fire makes sweet malt
-  A solitary man is either a beast or an angel
-  A stitch in time saves nine
-  A straight stick is crooked in the water
-  A stupid question deserves no answer
-  A thousand probabilities do not make one truth
-  A traveller may lie with authority
-  A tree must bent while it is young
-  A tree often transplanted, bears not much fruit
-  A watched pot never boils
-  A well-bred dog hunts by nature
-  A whore in a fine dress is like a clean entry to a dirty house
-  A wicked man is his own hell
-  A wise fox will never rob his neighbours henroost
-  A wise man can learn from a fool
-  A wise man can learn more from a foolish question than a fool can learn from a wise answer
-  A wise man changes his mind, a fool never will
-  A wise man is never less alone than when alone
-  A wolf in sheep's clothing
-  A woman and a ship ever want mending
-  A woman's mind and winter wind change often
-  A woman's sword is her tongue, and she does not let it rust
-  A woman's tongue is her sword, and she does not let it rust
-  A word once spoken is past recalling
-  A word to the wise is enough
-  A work ill done must be twice done
-  A young physician fattens the churchyard
-  Absence makes the heart grow fonder
-  Accidents will happen
-  Actions speak louder than words
-  Adam's ale is the best brew
-  Adversity is a good schoolmaster
-  Adversity is a great schoolmaster
-  Adversity is the touchstone of virtue
-  Adversity makes men, and prosperity makes monsters
-  Adversity makes strange bedfellows
-  Advice is cheap
-  After a storm, comes a calm
-  After black clouds, clear weather
-  After Christmas comes Lent
-  After death, the doctor
-  After dinner rest a while, after supper walk a mile
-  After meat, mustard
-  After praising the wine, they sell us vinegar
-  After the rain, comes the rainbow
-  Agues come on horseback, but go away on foot
-  All are not friends that speak us fair
-  All are not merry that dance lightly
-  All are not saints that go to church
-  All cats are grey in the dark
-  All clouds bring not rain
-  All fear is bondage
-  All good things come to an end
-  All good things must come to an end
-  All is fair in love and war
-  All is fish that comes to the net
-  All is lost that is put in a riven dish
-  All is well that ends well
-  All lay loads on a willing horse
-  All our pomp the earth covers
-  All roads lead to Rome
-  All temptations are found in hope or fear
-  All that glitters is not gold
-  All that is said in the kitchen should not be heard in the hall
-  All things are difficult before they are easy
-  All things come to those who wait
-  All things in their being are good for something
-  All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy
-  All's fair in love and war
-  All's fish that comes to the net
-  Although it may rain, cast not away the watering pot
-  Although it rains, throw not away your watering pot
-  Always deal with the top man
-  An ape is an ape, a varlet is a varlet, though be clad in silk or scarlet
-  An ape's an ape, a varlet's a varlet, though they be clad in silk or scarlet
-  An apple a day keeps the doctor away
-  An arrow shot upright falls on the shooter's head
-  An artist lives everywhere
-  An ass is but an ass, though laden with gold
-  An attacker and an attackee grow stronger from finding new ways to outwit each other
-  An attacker and an attackee who both grow stronger from finding new ways to outwit each other
-  An empty belly bears no body
-  An empty belly hears nobody
-  An Englishman's home is his castle
-  An evil crow, an evil egg
-  An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth
-  An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening
-  An idle brain is the devil's workshop
-  An idle mind is the devil's workshop
-  An ill beginning, an ill ending
-  An ill master, an ill scholar
-  An ill stacks stands longest
-  An inch is as good as an ell
-  An old poacher makes the gamekeeper
-  An open door may tempt a saint
-  An ounce of discretion is worth a pound of wit
-  An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure
-  An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
-  An unhappy mans Cairt is eith to tumble
-  Anger and haste hinder good counsel
-  Anger is a short madness
-  Any port in a storm
-  Any port in storm
-  Appearances are deceptive
-  Art is long, life is short
-  As a dog returns to its vomit, so fools repeat their folly
-  As long lives the merry man as the wretch for all the craft he can
-  As savage as a bear with a sorehead
-  As the twig is bent, so is the tree inclined
-  As we live, so shall we end
-  As well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb
-  As you make your bed, so you must lie in it
-  As you make your bed, so you must lie upon it
-  As you sow, so shall you reap
-  Ask a silly question and you will get a silly answer
-  Ask and it will be given to you, search and you will find, knock and the door will be opened for you
-  Ask no questions and be told no lies
-  Asses that bray most eat least
-  At a good bargain, think twice
-  At marriages and funerals, friends are discerned from kinsfolk
-  At open doors, dogs come in
-  At the game's end we shall see who gains
-  At Twelth-Day, the days are lengthened a cock's stride
-  Attack is the best form of defence
-  Attack is the best method of defense
-  Avoid a questionner, for he is also a tattler
-  Bad news travels fast
-  Bachelor's wives and maid's children are well taught
-  Barking dogs seldom bite
-  Be swift to hear, slow to speak
-  Beauty and folly go often in company
-  Beauty fades like a flower
-  Beauty is but a blossom
-  Beauty is but skin deep
-  Beauty is eloquent even when silent
-  Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
-  Beauty is not in the face
-  Beauty is only skin deep
-  Beauty without bounty avails nought
-  Beauty won't boil the pot
-  Before you make a friend eat a bushel of salt with him
-  Beggars can't be choosers
-  Beggars should not be choosers
-  Beginner's luck
-  Belief is better than investigation
-  Best things come in small packages
-  Better a good cow than a cow of a good kind
-  Better a lie that heals than a truth that wounds
-  Better an egg today than a hen tomorrow
-  Better an open enemy than a false friend
-  Better be alone than in bad company
-  Better be envied than pitied
-  Better be out of the world than out of the fashion
-  Better be the head of a dog than the tail of a lion
-  Better be the head of a pike than the tail of a sturgeon
-  Better be the head of the yeomanry than the tail of the gentry
-  Better bend than break
-  Better bend the neck than bruise the forehead
-  Better bow than break
-  Better brain than brawn
-  Better buy than borrow
-  Better eye sore than all blind
-  Better hazard once than always be in fear
-  Better keep the devil at the door than have to turn him out of the house
-  Better late than never
-  Better never to begin than never make an end
-  Better one eye-witness than ten hearsay
-  Better safe than sorry
-  Better say 'Here it is' than 'Here it was'
-  Better the day, better the deed
-  Better the devil you know than the devil you don't know
-  Better to be alone than in bad company
-  Better to die in glory than live in dishonour
-  Better to do well than to say well
-  Better to get an egg today than a hen tomorrow
-  Better to have a dog fawn on you than bite you
-  Better to wear out than to rust out
-  Better untaught than ill taught
-  Better wed over the mixen than over the moor
-  Between promising and performing, a man may marry his daughter
-  Beware of a silent dog and still water
-  Birds of a feather flock together
-  Black will take no other hue
-  Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven
-  Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed
-  Blood is thicker than water
-  Blood will tell
-  Blue are the hills that are far away
-  Books and friends should be few but good
-  Borrowed garments never fit well
-  Borrowed things will home again
-  Boys will be boys
-  Boys will be men
-  Bread is the staff of life
-  Bred in the bone will come out in the flesh
-  Brevity is the soul of wit
-  Brother will turn on brother
-  Burn not your house to fright the mouse away
-  Busiest men find the most time
-  Busiest men have the most leisure
-  Business is business
-  Buy at a fair, but sell at home
-  By one and one spindles are made
-  By their fruits you shall know them
-  Caesar's wife must be above suspicion
-  Calamity is man's true touchstone
-  Calamity is the touchstone of a brave mind
-  Call a spade a spade
-  Call no man happy till he is dead
-  Cannot see the forest for the trees
-  Catch your bear before you sell its skin
-  Change of pasture makes fat calves
-  Charity begins at home
-  Charity covers a multitude of sins
-  Charity will be rewarded in heaven
-  Children and fools tell the truth
-  Children are poor men's riches
-  Children should be seen and not heard
-  Christmas comes but once a year
-  Circumstances alter cases
-  Civility costs nothing
-  Clogs to clogs in three generations
-  Close sits my shirt, but closer my skin
-  Clothes do not make the man
-  Cold hands, warm heart
-  Come what may
-  Coming events cast their shadow before them
-  Coming events cast their shadows before
-  Comparisons are odious
-  Conscience does make cowards of us all
-  Constant dripping wears away the stone
-  Contempt will sooner kill an injury than revenge
-  Contented mind is a perpetual feast
-  Corruption of the best becomes the worst
-  Counsel is irksome when the matter is past remedy
-  Counsel is no command
-  Count not four, except you have them in a wallet
-  Count to ten
-  Covetousness bursts the sack
-  Covetousness bursts the sack and spills the grain
-  Covetousness is always filling a bottomless vessel
-  Cracked pipkins are discovered by their sound
-  Creditors have better memories than debtors
-  Criticism is easy and art is difficult
-  Cross the stream where it is shallowest
-  Crow does not pick crow's eye
-  Curiosity killed the cat
-  Curses, like chickens, come home to roost
-  Custom is a second nature
-  Custom makes all things easy
-  Cut your coat according to your cloth
-  Cutting off the nose to spite the face
-  Danger makes men devout
-  Daub yourself with honey and you will have plenty of flies
-  Dead dogs don't bite
-  Dead men tell no lies
-  Dead men tell no tales
-  Death combs us all with the same comb
-  Death is the great leveller
-  Death keeps no calendar
-  Delay breeds danger
-  Delay is the antidote of anger
-  Desert and reward seldom keep company
-  Despair gives courage to a coward
-  Desperate diseases must have desperate remedies
-  Desperate times, desperate measures
-  Devil is not so black as he is painted
-  Diamond cuts diamond
-  Discontent is the first step in progress
-  Discretion is the better part of valour
-  Distance lends enchantment to the view
-  Do as I say and not as I do
-  Do as I say, not as I do
-  Do as you would be done by
-  Do not bite off more than you can chew
-  Do not carry a joke too far
-  Do not count your chickens before they are hatched
-  Do not cross a bridge till you come to it
-  Do not cross your bridges before you get to them
-  Do not halloo you are out of the wood
-  Do not paint the lily
-  Do not put new wine into old bottles
-  Do not spur the willing horse
-  Do not triumph before victory
-  Do to others as you would have them do to you
-  Do unto others as you would have them do unto you
-  Do well and have well
-  Do what you ought, come what may
-  Do wrong once and you will never hear the end of it
-  Do your duty, come what may
-  Dog does not eat dog
-  Doing is better than saying
-  Don't bark, if you can't bite
-  Don't be penny wise and pound foolish
-  Don't build the sty before the litter comes
-  Don't build the sty until the litter comes
-  Don't change horses in mid-stream
-  Don't count your chickens before they are hatched
-  Don't cry before you are hurt
-  Don't cry stinking fish
-  Don't cut off your nose to spite your face
-  Don't eat the calf in the cow's belly
-  Don't judge a book by its cover
-  Don't lock the stable door after the horse has been stolen
-  Don't look a gift horse in the mouth
-  Don't make a rod for your own back
-  Don't play with matches
-  Don't put all your eggs in one basket
-  Don't put all your eggs in the same basket
-  Don't put the cart before the horse
-  Don't rob Peter to pay Paul
-  Don't say till you are asked
-  Don't take things at face value
-  Don't teach your grandmother to suck eggs
-  Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater
-  Don't try to teach grandma how to suck eggs
-  Doubt is the key to knowledge
-  Dreams are lies
-  Dry bargains are seldom successful
-  Dry bread at home is better than roast meat abroad
-  Dumb folks get no land
-  Dying is as natural as living
-  Eagles do not breed doves
-  Early sow, early mow
-  Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise
-  Easter, so longed for, is gone in a day
-  Easy come, easy go
-  Eat to live, not live to eat
-  Eaten bread is soon forgotten
-  Eating whets the appetite
-  Empty sacks will never stand upright
-  Empty vessels make the greatest noise
-  Empty vessels make the greatest sound
-  Empty vessels make the most noise
-  Empty vessels make the most sound
-  Enough is enough
-  Even a fool, when he keeps silent, is counted wise
-  Even a worm will turn
-  Even fools are thought wise when they keep silent
-  Even nectar is poison if taken to excess
-  Even the best of friends must part
-  Ever drunk, ever dry
-  Every bean has its black
-  Every bird must hatch its own eggs
-  Every bullet has its billet
-  Every cloud has a silver lining
-  Every cock crows on his own dunghill
-  Every couple is not a pair
-  Every dog has his day
-  Every dog has its day
-  Every dog is a lion at home
-  Every dog is valiant at its own door
-  Every failure one meets will add to one's experience
-  Every flood has its ebb
-  Every horse thinks his own pack heaviest
-  Every Jack has his Jill
-  Every law has a loophole
-  Every little helps
-  Every man a little beyond himself is a fool
-  Every man bastes the fat dog
-  Every man buckles his belt his ain gate
-  Every man has his price
-  Every man has the defects of his own virtues
-  Every man is a fool sometimes, and none at all times
-  Every man is his own worst enemy
-  Every man is the son of his own work
-  Every man likes his own thing best
-  Every man's censure is first moulded in his own nature
-  Every maybe has a may not be
-  Every medal has its own reverse
-  Every medal has two sides
-  Every miller draws water to his mill
-  Every mother's child is handsome
-  Every oak must be an acorn
-  Every one must live by his calling
-  Every path has its puddle
-  Every penny counts
-  Every potter praises his own pot
-  Every salesman boats of his own wares
-  Every sin brings its punishment with it
-  Every truth ought not to be told
-  Every tub must stand on its own bottom
-  Every why has a wherefore
-  Everybody slanders everybody else
-  Everybody's business is nobody's business
-  Everyday comes night
-  Everyone has a right to his own
-  Everyone must bear his own cross
-  Everything has its day
-  Everything has its time
-  Everything in good time
-  Everything is good in its season
-  Everything must have a beginning
-  Evil be to him who evil thinks
-  Evil communications corrupt good manners
-  Experience is the best teacher
-  Experience is the mistress of fools
-  Experience must be bought
-  Experience without learning is better than learning without experience
-  Extremes meet
-  Fact is stranger than fiction
-  Faint heart never won fair lady
-  Faint heart never won fair maiden
-  Fair and soft goes far in the day
-  Fair and softly goes far in a day
-  Fair exchange is no robbery
-  Fair face, foul heart
-  Fair is fair
-  Fair without, false within
-  Fair without, foul within
-  Faith can move mountains
-  Faith is a marvellous thing
-  Faith is everything
-  Faith will move mountains
-  Familiarity breeds contempt
-  Far fowls have fair feathers
-  Far from court, far from care
-  Far from Jupiter, far from his thunder
-  Far from the eyes, far from the heart
-  Fast bind, fast find
-  Faults are thick when love is thin
-  Fear gives wings
-  Feather by feather the goose is plucked
-  Fight fire with fire
-  Finders keepers, loosers weepers
-  Finding's keeping
-  Findings, keepings
-  Fine clothes don't make a gentleman
-  Fine feathers make fine birds
-  Fine words butter no parsnips
-  Fingers were made before forks
-  Fire is a good servant but a bad master
-  Fire that's closest kept burns most of all
-  First catch your hare
-  First come, first served
-  First creep then walk
-  First deserve, then desire
-  First thrive, then wive
-  Fish begins to stink at the head
-  Flatterers are the worst kind of enemies
-  Flattery always degenerates into ingratitude
-  Flesh is frail
-  Flies are not to be caught with vinegar
-  Follow the river and you will get to the sea
-  Folly is the product of all countries and ages
-  Fools are like other folks as long as they are silent
-  Fools are wise as long as silent
-  Fools bite one another, but wise men agree
-  Fools live poor to die rich
-  For a mischievous dog a heavy clog
-  For everything there is a season
-  For hope is but the dream of those that wake
-  For the brave and faithful, nothing is difficult
-  For the will and not the gift makes the giver
-  For want of a nail, the shoe was lost
-  Forbidden fruit is sweetest
-  Forewarned is forearmed
-  Fortune favours the bold
-  Fortune favours the brave
-  Fortune favours the strong
-  Fortune helps the brave
-  Fortune is blind, but not invisible
-  Fortune is made of glass
-  Fortune lost, nothing lost
-  Fortune to one is mother, to another is stepmother
-  Four eyes see more than two
-  Friends are plenty when the purse is full
-  Friendship is a plant which must be often watered
-  Friendship is a plant which must often be watered
-  From a foolish judge, a quick sentence
-  From the sublime to the ridiculous is but a step
-  From the sublime to the ridiculous is only one step
-  From the sublime to the ridiculous there is but a step
-  From the sweetest wine, the tartest vinegar
-  Fruit ripens not well in the shade
-  Full of courtesy, full of craft
-  Gather thistles, expect prickles
-  Gather ye rosebuds while ye may
-  Genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains
-  Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration
-  Give a dog a bad name and hang him
-  Give a thief enough rope and he will hang himself
-  Give a thing and take a thing
-  Give and spend and God will send
-  Give credit where credit is due
-  Give flowers make friends
-  Give him an inch and he will take a mile
-  Give neither salt nor counsel till you are asked for it
-  Give some and keep the rest
-  Gluttony kills more than the sword
-  God forgive sins, otherwise heaven would be empty
-  God has a great share in a little house
-  God helps those who help themselves
-  God is no botcher
-  God oft hath a great share in a little house
-  God save me from my friends
-  God sends you joy, for sorrow will come fast enough
-  God sides with the strongest
-  God tempers the wind to the shorn lamb
-  God works in mysterious ways
-  Good advice is beyond price
-  Good and quickly seldom meet
-  Good broth may be made in an old pot
-  Good counsil never comes amiss
-  Good hand good hire
-  Good neighbours are hard to find
-  Good news goes on crutches, bad news travels quickly, ill news travels apace
-  Good swimmers at length are drowned
-  Good things come in small packages
-  Good things come to those who wait
-  Good to begin well, better to end well
-  Good wine needs no bush
-  Good words break no bones
-  Grace will last, beauty will blast
-  Grasp all, lose all
-  Great fish eat up the small
-  Great gain makes work easy
-  Great honours are great burdens
-  Great minds think alike
-  Great oaks from little acorns grow
-  Green wood makes a hot fire
-  Grey hairs are death's blossoms



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