Proverbs beginning with I
Page # : 13If wishes were thrushes, beggars would eat birds.
If ye brew weel ye’ll drink the better.
If you are too fortunate you will not know yourself.
If you be a jester keep your wit till you have use for it.
If you be false t both beasts and birds, you must, like the bat, fly only by night.
If you be not pleased, put your hand in your pocket and please yourself.
If you brew well, you may drink well.
If you can abide a curst wife, you need not fear any company.
If you can kiss the mistress, never kiss the maid.
If you command wisely, you’ll be obeyed cheerfully.
If you desire to see my light, you administer oil to my lamp.
If you do no ill do no ill-like.
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