Proverbs beginning with N
Page # : 14Nothing is well said, or done, in a passion.
Nothing more smooth than glass, yet nothing more brittle; nothing more fine than wit, yet nothing more fickle.
Nothing sharpens sight like envy.
Nothing so bad as not be good for something.
Nothing stake, nothing draw.
Nothing that is violent is permanent.
Nothing to be got without pains, but poverty.
Nothing venture, nothing have.
Novelty always appears handsome.
November take flail, let ships no more sail.
Now I have a sheep and a cow, everybody bids me good-morrow.
Now I have got an ewe and a lamb, every one cries, welcome, peter.
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