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    Proverbs Page 10

  • A man with a loud laugh makes truth itself seem folly Truth is great and will win out

  • Even the truth may be bitter

  • There are two tellings to every story

  • Drunkenness and anger, 'tis said tell the truth

  • What I'm afraid to hear I'd better say first myself

  • Truth speaks even though the tongue were dead

  • You can keep away from the rogue, but you cannot keep yourself safe from the liar.

  • Truth stands when everything else falls

  • It is no shame to tell the truth

  • Tell the truth and shame the devil

  • The well-filled belly has little understanding of the empty

  • 'Tis afterwards that everything is understood

  • It's a bad hound that's not worth the whistling

  • He knows how many grains to a bushel of wheat

  • He knows the price of everything and the value of nothing

  • He couldn't drag a herring off the coals

  • It's just a wisp in place of a brush

  • One pair of good soles is worth two pairs of upper leathers

  • Without pressing too little or too hard, hold tight the reins for he's a fool who would not get value from a borrowed horse

  • It's not worth a couckoo-spit

  • Better an idle house than a bad tenant

  • Pity him who makes his opinions a certainty

  • he thinks that he himself is the very stone that was hurled at the castle

  • He dotes on his midden and thinks it the moon

  • That's a spoon ye'll sup sorrow with yet

  • Wilful waste makes woeful want

  • A shamefaced man seldom acquires wealth

  • The money-maker (profiteer) is never tired

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