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Proverbs: see Wisdom & Bible & Old Testament & Solomon

Lord John Russell - William Shakespeare - Modern Proverbs - Proverbs 1:1-4 - Proverbs 1:7 - Proverbs 1:26-28 - Proverbs 2:7&8 - Proverbs 2:18&19 - Proverbs 3:1-3 - Proverbs 3:5-7 - Proverbs 3:27&28 - Proverbs 3:33&34 - Proverbs 4:5-7 - Proverbs 6:16-19 - Proverbs 8:13 - Proverbs 10:1&2 - Proverbs 10:27 - Proverbs 11:1&2 - Proverbs 12:1-5 - Proverbs 13:1 - Proverbs 15:3 - Proverbs 16:3&4 - Proverbs 16:5 - Proverbs 16:18 - Proverbs 22:1 - Proverbs 22:4 - Proverbs 23:17 - Proverbs 27:1&2 – Proverbs 28:9 - Proverbs 29:2 - Proverbs 31:10  

 

 

56,712.  A proverb is one man’s wit and all men’s wisdom.  Lord John Russell

 

 

56,713.  Patch grief with proverbs.  (Proverbs & Grief)  William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing V i 17

 

 

75,071.  While the grass grows —

The proverb is something musty.  (Grass & Proverb)  William Shakespeare, Hamlet III ii 358

 

 

56,714.  Absence makes the heart grow fonder.  (Proverbs & Absence)  Mid-19th century

 

 

56,715.  Accidents will happen.  (Proverbs & Accident)  Mid-18th century

 

 

56,716.  Actions speak louder than words.  (Proverbs & Action)  Early 17th century

 

 

56,717.  All good things must come to an end.  (Proverbs & End)  Mid-15th century

 

 

56,718.  All roads lead to Rome.  (Proverbs & Roads & Rome)  Late 14th century

 

 

56,719.  All’s fair in love and war.  (Proverbs & Love & War)  Early 17th century

 

 

56,720.  All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.  (Proverb & Work & Play)  Mid-17th century

 

 

56,721.  Appearances are deceptive.  (Proverbs & Appearance)  Mid-17th century

 

 

56,722.  Ask no questions and hear no lies.  (Proverbs & Question)  Late 18th century

 

 

56,723.  Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.  (Proverbs & Beauty)  Mid-18th century

 

 

56,724.  Beggars can’t be choosers.  (Proverbs & Beg)  Mid-16th century

 

 

56,725.  The best things in life are free.  Early 20th century

 

 

56,726.  Better be safe than sorry.  (Proverbs & Safety)  Mid-19th century

 

 

56,727.  Better late than never.  Early 14th century

 

 

56,728.  Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t know.  (Proverbs & Devil)  Mid-19th century

 

 

56,729.  The bigger they are, the harder they fall.  (Proverbs & Big)  Early 20th century

 

 

56,730.  A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.  (Proverbs & Bird)  Mid-15th century

 

 

56,731.  Blood is thicker than water.  (Proverbs & Blood)  Early 19th century

 

 

56,732.  A bully is always a coward.  (Proverbs & Bully)  Early 19th century

 

 

56,733.  Business before pleasure.  (Proverbs & Business & Pleasure)  Mid-19th century

 

 

56,734.  A change is as good as a rest.  (Proverbs & Change)  Late 19th century

 

 

56,735.  Charity begins at home.  (Proverbs & Charity)  Late 14th century

 

 

56,736.  Cheats never prosper.  (Proverbs & Cheats)  Early 19th century

 

 

56,737.  Children should be seen and not heard.  (Proverbs & Children)  Early 15th century

 

 

56,738.  Cleanliness is next to godliness.  (Proverbs & Clean)  Late 18th century

 

 

56,739.  Clothes make the man.  (Proverbs & Clothes)  Early 15th century

 

 

56,740.  Confession is good for the soul.  (Proverbs & Confess)  Mid-17th century

 

 

56,741.  The course of true love never did run smooth.  (Proverbs & Love)  Late 16th century

 

 

56,742.  Curiosity killed the cat.  (Proverbs & Curiosity)  Early 20th century

 

 

56,743.  The customer is always right.  (Proverbs & Customer)  Early 20th century

 

 

56,744.  The devil can quote scripture for his own ends.  (Proverbs & Scriptures & Devil)  Late 16th century

 

 

56,745.  The devil finds work for idle hands to do.  (Proverbs & Devil & Work & Idle)  Early 18th century

 

 

56,746.  Discretion is the better part of valour.  (Proverbs & Discretion)  Late 16th century

 

 

56,747.  Divide and rule.  (Proverbs & Divide & Rule)  Early 17th century

 

 

56,748.  Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched.  (Proverbs & Expectation)  Late 16th century

 

 

56,749.  Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.  (Proverbs & Eggs)  Mid-17th century

 

 

56,750.  Don’t teach your grandmother to suck eggs.  (Proverbs & Eggs)  Early 18th century

 

 

56,751.  Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater.  (Proverbs & Baby)  Mid-19th century

 

 

56,752.  A drowning man will clutch at a straw.  (Proverbs & Drown)  Mid-16th century

 

 

56,753.  The early bird catches the worm.  (Proverbs & Bird)  Mid-17th century

 

 

56,754.  Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.  (Proverbs & Bed)  Late 15th century

 

 

56,755.  Easy come, easy go.  Mid-17th century

 

 

56,756.  Easy does it.  Mid-19th century

 

 

56,757.  The end justifies the means.  (Proverbs & End)  Late 16th century

 

 

56,758.  An Englishman’s home is his castle.  (Proverbs & Home)  Late 16th century

 

 

56,759.  Every cloud has a silver lining.  (Proverbs & Cloud)  Mid-19th century

 

 

56,760.  Every dog has his day.  (Proverbs & Dog)  Mid-16th century

 

 

56,761.  Experience is the father of wisdom.  (Proverbs & Experience & Wisdom)  Mid-16th century

 

 

56,762.  Fact is stranger than fiction.  (Proverbs & Fact & Fiction)  Mid-19th century

 

 

56,764.  Fight fire with fire.  (Proverbs & Fire)  Mid-19th century

 

 

56,765.  Finders keepers.  (Proverbs & Discovery)  Early 19th century

 

 

56,766.  First come, first served.  (Proverbs & First)  Late 14th century

 

 

56,767.  First things first.  (Proverbs & First)  Late 19th century

 

 

56,768.  A fool and his money are soon parted.  (Proverbs & Fool & Money)  Late 16th century

 

 

56,769.  Forewarned is forearmed.  Early 16th century

 

 

56,770.  Fortune favours the brave.  (Proverbs & Bravery)  Late 14th century

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