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

The sword keeps the peace of the land.
      - Proverb, (Danish)

The table robs more than the thief.
      - Proverb

The tail is always the hardest part to flay.
      - Proverb, (Italian)

The tail is the hardest to scourge.
      - Proverb, (French)

The tailor ill-dressed, the shoemaker ill-shod.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The tailor makes the man.
      - Proverb

The tale is marred in the telling.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

The tale runs are is pleases to the teller.
      - Proverb

The talker talks and causes death in his family.
      - Proverb, (Haya)

The talker will lead the dog to the meat market.
      - Proverb, (Bugandan)

The talkers sows, the listener reaps.
      - Proverb, (Italian)

The tallest blade of grass is the first to be cut by the scythe.
      - Proverb, (Russian)

The tallest tree is rooted in the ground.
      - Proverb

The tar of my country is better than the honey of others.
      - Proverb, (Moroccan)

The taste of the kitchen is better than the smell.
      - Proverb

The tears of an heir are laughter under a mask.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

The teeth of the puppy are growing, while the old dog is gnawing bones.
      - Proverb, (Danish)

The tender surgeon makes the wound gangrene.
      - Proverb, (Italian)

The test of merit is success.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

The that creepeth falleth not.
      - Proverb, (Dutch)

The thief becomes the gallows well.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The thief cannot find any tree that suits him for a gallows.
      - Proverb, (German)

The thief is frightened even by a mouse.
      - Proverb, (Italian)

The thief is no danger to the beggar.
      - Proverb, (Irish)

The thief is sorry he is to be hanged, not that he is a thief.
      - Proverb

The thief proceeds from a needle to gold, and from gold to the gallows.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The thief thinks that all are like himself.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese, Spanish)

The thief's wife does not always laugh.
      - Proverb, (Italian)

The thin end of the wedge is to be feared.
      - Proverb

The things of friends are in common.
      - Proverb, (Greek)

The third person makes good company.
      - Proverb, (Dutch)

The third time pays for all.
      - Proverb

The thirteenth man brings death.
      - Proverb, (Dutch)

The thorn comes into the world point foremost.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

The thoughts close and the countenance open.
  [It., I pensieri stretti ed il viso sciolto.]
      - Proverb, (Italian)

The thread breaks where it is thinnest.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

The thread breaks where it is weakest.
      - Proverb

The threatener loses the opportunity of vengeance.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

The threatener sometimes gets a beating.
      - Proverb, (French)

The threshold says nothing but what it hears of the hinge.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

The thunderbolt hath but his clap.
      - Proverb

The tide never goes out so far but it always comes in again.
      - Proverb

The tide will fetch away what the ebb brings.
      - Proverb

The tiger that has once tasted blood is never sated with the taste of it.
      - Proverb

The times are changing; we too are changing with them.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

The tired mare goes willingly to grass.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

The tired ox plants his foot firmly.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

The tired ox treads surest.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

The title is one thing, the contents another.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

The toe of the star-gazer is often stubbed.
      - Proverb, (Russian)


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