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Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst. ENGLISH PROVERBS
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You may find the worst enemy or best friend in yourself. ENGLISH PROVERBS

To talk without thinking is to shoot without aiming. ENGLISH PROVERBS

He that seeks trouble never misses. ENGLISH PROVERBS



Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A stumble may prevent a fall. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A smooth sea never made a skillful mariner. ENGLISH PROVERBS

If you want to be happy for a year, plant a garden; If you want to be happy for life, plant a tree. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Use soft words and hard arguments. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A hero is a man who is afraid to run away. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A full cup must be carried steadily. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Sometimes you must be cruel to be kind. ENGLISH PROVERBS

The best throw of the dice is to throw them away. ENGLISH PROVERBS

An idle brain is the devil's workshop. ENGLISH PROVERBS

We never know the worth of water 'til the well is dry. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Where there's a will, there's a way. ENGLISH PROVERBS
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Speak not of my debts unless you mean to pay them. ENGLISH PROVERBS
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Death always comes too early or too late. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Death is a shadow that always follows the body. ENGLISH PROVERBS

It is an equal failing to trust everybody, and to trust nobody. ENGLISH PROVERBS

He that plants trees loves others besides himself. ENGLISH PROVERBS
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Two wrongs do not make a right. ENGLISH PROVERBS

The calmest husbands make the stormiest wives. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Still waters run deep. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Be not deceived with the first appearance of things, for show is not substance. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Some men go through a forest and see no firewood. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A young man idle, an old man needy. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A good beginning makes a good end. ENGLISH PROVERBS

The ship that will not obey the helm will have to obey the rocks. ENGLISH PROVERBS

The first faults are theirs that commit them, the second theirs that permit them. ENGLISH PROVERBS


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English Proverbs foolishness quotes

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Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Fools build houses, and wise men buy them. ENGLISH PROVERBS

He is a fool that kisseth the maid when he may kiss the mistress. ENGLISH PROVERBS

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English Proverbs fools quotes

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Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Fools build houses, and wise men buy them. ENGLISH PROVERBS

He is a fool that kisseth the maid when he may kiss the mistress. ENGLISH PROVERBS

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Time is the soul of business. ENGLISH PROVERBS

There is but an hour a day between a good housewife and a bad one. ENGLISH PROVERBS

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English Proverbs adversity quotes

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A stumble may prevent a fall. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A smooth sea never made a skillful mariner. ENGLISH PROVERBS

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Children suck the mother when they are young and the father when they are old. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Better a snotty child than his nose wiped off. ENGLISH PROVERBS

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Education begins a gentleman, conversation completes him. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Children suck the mother when they are young and the father when they are old. ENGLISH PROVERBS

You must not expect old heads upon young shoulders. ENGLISH PROVERBS

The older the fiddler, the sweeter the tune. ENGLISH PROVERBS
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A poor beauty finds more lovers than husbands. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Never step over one duty to perform another. ENGLISH PROVERBS
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Take heed you do not find what you do not seek. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Many a true word is spoken in jest. ENGLISH PROVERBS

As you make your bed, so you must lie in it. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Fools build houses, and wise men buy them. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Love your neighbor, yet pull not down your hedge. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A blind man will not thank you for a looking-glass. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Time is the soul of business. ENGLISH PROVERBS

In a cat's eye, all things belong to cats. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Don't dig your grave with your knife and fork. ENGLISH PROVERBS

He is a fool that kisseth the maid when he may kiss the mistress. ENGLISH PROVERBS

While the doctors consult, the patient dies. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Cheat me in the price, but not in the goods. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Learning makes a man fit company for himself as well as for others. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Foul water will quench fire. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A proverb is the child of experience. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Sticks and stones will break my bones, but names will never hurt me. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Who is so deaf or so blind as he that willfully will neither hear nor see? ENGLISH PROVERBS

The mob has many heads but no brains. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Gray hairs are death's blossoms. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Sell not virtue to purchase wealth. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Better a snotty child than his nose wiped off. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A burnt child dreads the fire. ENGLISH PROVERBS

If you want a thing done, go. If not, send. The shortest answer is doing. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Poverty is not a shame, but the being ashamed of it is. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Ask God for what man can give, and you may get it. ENGLISH PROVERBS

A small family is soon provided for. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Friends are like fiddle strings, they must not be screwed too tight. ENGLISH PROVERBS

The difference is wide that sheets will not decide. ENGLISH PROVERBS

You may poke a man's fire after you've known him for seven years. ENGLISH PROVERBS

We are usually the best men when in the worst health. ENGLISH PROVERBS

'Tis money that begets money. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Don't halt before you are lame. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Six hours for a man, seven for a woman, and eight for a fool. ENGLISH PROVERBS

It takes all sorts to make a world. ENGLISH PROVERBS

He that would the daughter win must with the mother first begin. ENGLISH PROVERBS

There is but an hour a day between a good housewife and a bad one. ENGLISH PROVERBS

No barber shaves so close but another finds his work. ENGLISH PROVERBS

When the sword of rebellion is drawn, the sheath should be thrown away. ENGLISH PROVERBS

Sorrow for a husband is like a pain in the elbow, sharp and short. ENGLISH PROVERBS
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