English proverbs

 English Proverbs

English Proverbs

                     Many languages are spoken in the world. In every language, Proverbs, phrases, figurative words are used to enhance the beauty of the language. This not only enhances the beauty of the language but also conveys a much greater meaning to the reader in less words.
                    In this article we will learn about the proverbs used in English. Proverbs help us to understand a subject very well. The literal meaning of the proverbs seems different, but the message conveyed by it is very big. So let's enrich our language, our writing by knowing all these proverbs.

    • Action speak louder than words.
    • All is fair in love and war.
    • All that glitters is not gold.
    • A bad workman always blames his tools.
    • A journey of thousand miles begins with a single step.
    • An empty vessel makes much noise.
    • Better late than never.
    • All is fair in love and war.
    • Barking dogs seldom bite.
    • Blood is thicker than water.
    • Beauty is only skin deep.
    • Beggars can't be choosers.
    • Cut your coat according to your cloth.
    • Don't cross a bridge, until you come to it.
    • Cross the stream where it is the shallowest.
    • Every cloud has a silver lining.
    • First come first served.
    • Every dog has his day.
    • Experience is the best teacher of life.
    • Empty bags cannot stand upright.
    • Give them an inch they will take a mile.
    • God helps those who will try.
    • Honesty is the best policy.
    • Look before you leap.
    • Little things please little minds.
    • Many a little makes a mickle.
    • Might is right.
    • Money begets money.
    • No pains, new gains.
    • One man's fault is another man's lesson.
    • Laughter is the best medicine.
    • Money doesn't grow on the tree.
    • Out of sight, out of mind .
    • Penny wise, pound foolish.
    • Set a thief to catch a thief.
    • Too many cooks spoil the broth.
    • Union is strength.
    • When good cheer is lacking, friends are packing.
    • A word is enough for the wise.
    • You scratch my back and I will scratch yours.
    • well begin is half done.

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