Proverbs beginning with I
Page # : 12If thou hadst the rent of Dee mills, thou wouldst spend it.
If thou hast not a capon, feed on an onion.
If thou must deal, be sure to deal with an honest man.
If thou wouldst have a good crop, sow with thy hand, but pour not out of the sack.
If thou wouldst reap money, sow money.
If thy daughter be marriageable, set thy servant free, and give her to him in marriage.
If to-day will not, to-morrow may.
If we are bound to forgive an enemy, we are bound to trust him.
If we did not flatter ourselves, nobody else could.
If we would avoid a mischief, we must not be every kind and familiar with an evil man.
If wise men never errend it would go hard with the fool.
If wishes were butter cakes, beggars might bite.
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