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2500 English Proverbs and Sayings by [Joshi, Manik]
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Length: 126 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Proverbs and Sayings are well-known phrases or statements that give pieces of advice and/or express wisdom and are generally true. They are easily memorized and contain traditional beliefs.

List of English proverbs and sayings in alphabetical order. Popular sayings and proverbs used in daily life English

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Proverbs and Sayings – A

* Abide by your deeds. | Meaning: You have to bear consequences of your actions.
* Absence makes the heart grow fonder. | Meaning: When you are far away from your beloved person for a period of time, you miss or desire him/her more and feel his/her real importance in your life.
* Absence sharpens love, (presence strengthens it.)
* (An) accidental meeting may be better than a fixed date.
* Accidents will happen (in the best-regulated families). | Meaning: It is normal for things to go wrong, so you needn’t worry much.
* (An) accused is required to be presumed innocent until proven guilty.
* Actions speak louder than words. [Variation: Doing is better than saying.] | Meaning: What you do is more important than what you say.
* Admonish your friends in private, praise them in public.
* Adversity flatters no man.
* Adversity makes a man wise, not rich.
* Advice most needed is least heeded. | Meaning: People often ignore the advice they need the most.
* Advisers run no risks. | Meaning: It is easy to give advice, but hard to act.
* Affection blinds reason.
* After a storm, comes calm. | Meaning: There is an end of every problem, so be stress-free.
* After dinner comes the reckoning.
* After lunch sleep a while, after dinner walk a mile.
* After rain comes fair weather.
* Age and wedlock tame man and beast.
* (The) age of miracles is past.
* Alarm bells ring/start ringing. | Meaning: People are starting to worry.
* All are not friends that speak us fair.
* All are not hunters that blow the horn.
* All are not like.
* All are not merry that dance lightly.
* All are not saints that go to church.
* All are not thieves that dogs bark at.
* All are presumed good till they are found in fault.
* All asses wag their ears.
* All bread is not baked in one oven.
* All cats are grey in the dark (in the night).
* All cats love fish but hate to get their paws wet. | Meaning: Every one of us wants success but many of us don’t want to work hard or be in discipline to become successful.
* All covet, all lost
* All doors open to courtesy.
* All for one and one for all. | Meaning: People who are committed to working together in order to get positive outcome.
* All good things come to an end. | Meaning: Every enjoyable or charitable activity/event eventually ends at some point; you cannot be lucky forever.
* All good things come to those who wait | Meaning: A person will get what he/she wants if he/she is willing to wait for it patiently.
* All is fair in love and war. | Meaning: Strong emotion or passion doesn’t follow rules of behavior.
* All is fish that comes the net. | Meaning: Everything that we get in life may be useful or beneficial for us.
* All is for the best in the best of all possible worlds.
* All is not lost that is in peril.
* All is well that ends well. | Meaning: A positive outcome of a difficult or risky situation is always welcome because it helps us disregard the earlier trouble that we suffered.
* All lay loads on a willing horse.
* All men are mortal.
* All men cannot be masters.
* All men must die.
* All promises are either broken or kept.
* All publicity is good publicity.
* All roads lead to Rome.
* All sugar and honey.
* All that glitters/glistens is not gold. | Meaning: Every shiny and superficially attractive thing is not valuable.
* All the world loves a lover. | Meaning: We love to see people who are in love.
* All the world will beat the man whom fortune buffets.
* All things are difficult before they are easy.
* All things must pass. | Meaning: Nothing is permanent or everlasting.

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