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Proverbs
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[ Also see Catchphrases Laws of Life and Nature Old Sayings Proverbial Phrases Proverbs (General) ]

The longest day must have an end.
      - Proverb

The longest road out is the shortest road home.
      - Proverb, (Irish)

The longest way around is the shortest way home.
      - Proverb

The longest way round is the shortest way home.
      - Proverb, (Italian)

The loquacity of fools is a lecture to the wise.
      - Proverb

The Lord will not fail to come, though he may not come on horseback.
      - Proverb, (Danish)

The loss which your neighbour does not know is no real loss.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The loudest bark rids not a dog of his fleas.
      - Proverb

The love of the wicked is more dangerous than their hatred.
      - Proverb

The loveliest of faces are to be seen by moonlight, when one sees half with the eye and half with the fancy.
      - Proverb, (Persian)

The lower millstone grinds as well as the upper.
      - Proverb

The lowest fence is the easiest to get across.
      - Proverb, (Norwegian)

The loyal man lives no longer than the traitor pleases.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

The lucky man has a daughter for his first-born.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese, Spanish)

The mad dog bites its master.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The madness of one makes many mad.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

The magician mutters, and knows not what he mutters.
      - Proverb

The magistrate's son gets out of every scrape.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

The magpie cannot leave her hopping.
      - Proverb, (Dutch)

The magpie is competing with the nightingale!
      - Proverb, (Latin)

The malady that is more incurable is folly.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The man has neither sense nor reason who leaves a young wife at home.
      - Proverb, (French)

The man in the moon stole the wood.
      - Proverb, (German)

The man of sense does not hang up his knowledge.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The man of your own trade is your enemy.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The man on his feet carries off the share of the man sitting down.
      - Proverb, (Guinean)

The man shall have his mare again.
      - Proverb

The man who builds his own throne rules over a desert.
      - Proverb

The man who can't dance says the band can't play.
      - Proverb

The man who claims to be the boss in his own home will lie about other things as well.
      - Proverb, (Amish)

The man who comes with a talk about others has himself an ax to grind.
      - Proverb, (Chinese)

The man who does not learn is dark, like one walking in the night.
      - Proverb, (Chinese)

The man who is afraid of asking is ashamed of learning.
      - Proverb, (Danish)

The man who is born in a stable is not a horse.
      - Proverb

The man who lives only by hope will die with despair.
      - Proverb, (Italian)

The man who loves is easy of belief.
      - Proverb

The man who never makes a mistake always takes orders from one who does.
      - Proverb

The man who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.
      - Proverb, (Chinese)

The man who strikes first admits that his ideas have given out.
      - Proverb, (Chinese)

The man who wakes up and finds himself famous hasn't been asleep.
      - Proverb

The man will surely fail, who dares delay,
  And lose to-morrow that has lost to-day.
      - Proverb

The mare's kick does not harm the colt.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese, Spanish)

The mare's kicks are caresses to the colt.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The mare's kicks are caresses to the horse.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

The mason who strikes often is better than the one who strikes too hard.
      - Proverb, (Irish)

The master absent and the house dead.
      - Proverb

The master derives from his art.
      - Proverb, (Danish)

The master of the people is their servant.
      - Proverb, (Yemen)

The master orders the man, the man orders the cat, and the cat orders her tail.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The master's eye and foot are the best manure for the field.
      - Proverb, (Dutch)


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