Those who agree with us may not be right, but we admire their astuteness.
I perfectly feele even at my fingers end.
He that will not whan he may,Whan he would, he shall haue nay.
Som thingis that prouoke young men to wed in haste,Show after weddyng, that hast maketh waste.
One swallow maketh not summer.
While the grass groweth the horse starveth.
Who waiteth for dead man's shoes will go long barefoot.
The nearer to the church, the further from God.
One swallow never makes a summer.
A hard beginning maketh a good ending.
When the iron is hot, strike.
Pryde will have a fall;For pryde goeth before and shame commeth after.
Better is to bow than breake.
It hurteth not the toung to give faire words.
There are none so blind as those who will not see. The most deluded people are those who choose to ignore what they already know.
Fieldes have eies and woods have eares.
Cut your coat according to your cloth.
The moon is made of a green cheese.
Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.
If you will call your troubles experiences, and remember that every experience develops some latent force within you, you will grow vigorous and happy, however adverse your circumstances may seem to be.
Better one byrde in hand than ten in the wood.
What is got over the devil's back is spent under his belly.
It is better to beAn old man's derling than a yong man's werling.
Children and fools cannot lie.
All is fish that comth to net.
The still sowe eats up all the draffe.
There is no fyre without some smoke.
Who is wurs shod, than the shoemakers wyfe,With shops full of shoes all hir lyfe?
Feed by measure, and defy the physician.
A hard beginnyng makth a good endyng.
When all candles be out, all cats be grey.
One good turn asketh another.
The cat would eate fish, and would not wet her feete.
The grey mare is the better horse.
There is no fool to the old fool.
Better to give then to take.
He must needes go that the dyvell dryveth.