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234 English Proverbs

Take a dog for a companion and a stick in your hand.

Take a hair of the dog that has bitten you.

Take care of your pennies and your pounds will take care of your heirs and barristers.

Take heed of enemies reconciled, and of meat twice boiled.

The afterthought is good for nought, except it be to catch blind horses with.

The bait hides the hook.

The calmest husbands make the stormiest wives.

The camel asking for horns lost also his ears. [In grasping for things we need not, we often lose what we have.]

The cat has nine lives: three for playing, three for straying, three for staying.

The darkest hour is that before the dawn.

The Devil's children have the Devil's luck.

The difference is wide that the sheets will not decide.

The eyes are the window of the soul.

The face is no index to the heart.

The golden age never was the present age.

The greater the sinner, the greater the saint.

The greater the truth, the greater the libel.

The greatest barkers bite not sorest.

The more acquaintance, the more danger.

The nearer the bone, the sweeter the meat.

The noisiest drum has nothing in it but air.

The noisy fowler catches no birds.

The north wind has no corn and a poor man no friend.

The old ox plows a straight furrow.

The person who is tired will find time to sleep. A person with a bad name is already half hanged.