Proverbs beginning with I
Page # : 11If the lion’s skin cannot, the fox’s shall.
If the mountain will not go to Mahomet, let Mahomet go to mountain.
If the old dog barks he gives counsel.
If the partridge had the woodcock’s thigh, it would be the best bird that ever did fly.
If the sky falls, the pots will be broken.
If the twenty-fourth of August be fair and clear, then hope for a prosperous autumn that year.
If the whole world does not enter, yet half of it will.
If there be a rainbow in the eve, it will rain and leave; but if there be a rainbow in the morrow, it will neither lend not borrow.
If they come, they come not; if they come not, they come.
If things were to be done twice, all would be wise.
If thou hungry, I am angry; let us go fight.
If thou be dearest with a fox, think of his tricks.
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