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

It's no use boiling your cabbage twice.
      - Proverb, (Irish)

It's no use locking the stable door after the horse has bolted.
      - Proverb

It's not healthy to swallow books without chewing.
      - Proverb, (German)

It's not improbable that a man may receive more solid satisfaction from pudding while he is alive than from praise after he is dead.
      - Proverb

It's not shameful not to know, but it's shameful not to ask.
      - Proverb, (Azerbaijani)

It's not the fault of the mouse, but of the one who offers him the cheese.
      - Proverb, (Mexican)

It's not the fault of the parrot, but of the one who teaches him to talk.
      - Proverb, (Guatemalan)

It's not the fault of the pig, but of the one who scratches his back.
      - Proverb, (Argentinean)

It's not the gay coat that makes the gentleman.
      - Proverb

It's not the heat, it's the humidity.
      - Proverb

It's not the same to talk of bulls as to be in the bullring.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

It's not worth crying over spilt milk.
      - Proverb

It's pleasant to look on the rain, when one stands dry.
      - Proverb, (Dutch)

It's the empty can that makes the most noise.
      - Proverb

It's the little things in life that count.
      - Proverb

It's the same donkey, but with a new saddle.
      - Proverb, (Afghan)

It's too bad to want a thing and not be allowed it.
      - Proverb, (Norwegian)

It's too late to shut the stable door after the horse has bolted.
      - Proverb

It's your own lantern; don't poke holes in the paper.
      - Proverb, (Chinese)

Italian devotion and German fasting have no meaning.
      - Proverb, (Danish)

Its no use going to the goat's house to look for wool.
      - Proverb, (Irish)

Jack gets on by his stupidity.
      - Proverb, (German)

Jack is as good as his master.
      - Proverb, (Portuguese)

Jack of all trades and master of none.
      - Proverb

Jack Sprat could eat no fat,
  His wife could eat no lean;
    And so, betwixt them both, you see,
      They licked the platter clean.
      - Proverb

Jack will never make a gentleman.
      - Proverb

Jack would be a gentleman if he could speak French.
      - Proverb

Jackdaw always perches by jackdaw.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

Jacob's voice, Esau's hands.
      - Proverb, (German)

Jade and men, both are sharpened by bitter tools.
      - Proverb, (Chinese)

Jam tomorrow and jam yesterday, but never jam today.
      - Proverb

Janiveer freeze the pot by the fire.
      - Proverb

Jealousy is a pain which eagerly seeks what causes pain.
      - Proverb, (German)

Jealousy is nourished by doubt.
      - Proverb, (French)

Jest not with the eye, or religion.
      - Proverb

Jest so that it may not turn to earnest.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

Jest with your equals.
      - Proverb, (Danish)

Jesting costs money.
      - Proverb, (Spanish)

Joan is as good as my lady in the dark.
      - Proverb

John has been to school to learn to be a fool.
      - Proverb, (French)

Jokes, which carry injury with them, are never agreeable.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

Joking must have its proper limit.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

Jouk and let the jaw go by.
      - Proverb

Jove but laughs at lover's perjury.
      - Proverb

Jove laughs at lover's perjuries.
      - Proverb, (Latin)

Joy and sorrow are next door neighbours.
      - Proverb, (German)

Joy and sorrow are to-day and to-morrow.
      - Proverb, (German)

Joy is like the ague; one good day between two bad ones.
      - Proverb, (Danish)

Joy surfeited turns to sorrow.
      - Proverb

Judge a man by the reputation of his enemies.
      - Proverb, (Arabian)


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