Proverbs beginning with R
Page # : 3Rich men, and fortunate men, have need of much prudence.
Rich men have no faults.
Riches abuse them who know not how to use them.
Riches are but the baggage of fortune.
Riches have made more men covetous, than covetousness hath made men rich.
Riches, like manure, do no good till they are spread.
Riches serve a wise man, but command a fool.
Ride a horse and a mare on the shoulders, an ass and a mule on the buttocks.
Ride softly, that we may come sooner home.
Right, master, right; four nobles a year is a crown a quarter.
Right, Roger; your sow has good mutton.
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