Proverbs beginning with I
Page # : 8If any fool finds the cap fit him, let him wear it.
If anything stay, let work stay.
If Bever hath a cap, you churls of the vale look to that.
If Cadbury Castle and Dolbury Hill dolven were, all England might plough with a golden sheere.
If death be terrible, the fault is not death, but thee.
If ever I catch his cart overthrowing, I’ll give it one shove.
If every fool were to wear a bauble, I’ll fuel would be dear.
If fortune favour, I may have her, for I go about her; if fortune fail, you may kiss her tail, and go without her.
If grass look green in January, ’twill look the worser all the year.
If this cap be made of wool.
If I cannot do it by might I’ll do it slight.
If had given four-pence for that advice, I had bought it a groat too dear.
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