Proverbs beginning with W
Page # : 10When the wares are gone, shout up the shop-windows.
When the well’s full it will ruin over.
When the wind’s in the south, it’s in the rain’s mouth.
When the wine is run out, you’d stop the leak.
When two Sundays meet.
When wine sinks, words swin.
When you are an anvil, hold you still. When you are a hammer strike your fill.
When you are in vicious company, you are among your enemies.
When you have counted your cards, you’ll find you have gained but little.
When you have given me roast meat, you beat me with the spit.
When you ride a young colt, see your saddle be wheel girt.
Where content is, there is a feast.
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