Proverbs beginning with I
Page # : 15If you pity rogues, you are no great friend to honest men.
If you play with boys, you must take boys’ play.
If you put nothing into your purse, you can take nothing out.
If you save a rogue from the gallows, the will rise rob you that same night.
If you sit down a mere philosopher, you will rise almost an atheist.
If you squeeze a cork, you will get but little juice.
If you swallow vice, ‘twill rise badly in your stomach.
If you take away the salt, you may throw the fresh to the dogs.
If you tell every step, you will make a long journey of it.
If you trust before you try, you may repent before you die.
If you wanted me an your meat, you would want a good friend.
If you wish a thing done, go; if not, send.
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