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1. Take a hair of the dog that bit you.
2. Take a pain for a pleasure all wise men can.
3. Take away my good name and take away my life.
4. Take care of small sums and the large will take care of them.
5. Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves.
6. Take care of the sense, and the sounds will take care of themselves.
7. Take honor from me and my life is undone.
8. Take one's courage in both hands.
9. Take one thing with another.
10. Take something by the best handle.
11. Take the rough with the smooth.
12. Take the world as it is.
13. Take the world as one finds it.
14. Take things as they come (or are)
15. Take time by the forelock.
16. Take time for deliberation; haste spoils everything.
17. Take time to deliberate; but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in.
18. Take time when time comes lest time steal away.
19. Take time while time is, for time will be away.
20. Talk is cheap.
21. Talk of an angel and you'll hear his wings.
22. Talk of the devil, and he is sure to appear.
23. Tall trees catch much wind.
24. Tastes differ.
25. Teaching others teaches yourself.
26. Tears are the silent language of grief.
27. Telling your troubles is swelling your troubles.
28. Tell me thy company and I will tell thee what thou art.
29. Tell not all you know nor judge of all you see if you would live in peace.
30. Temperance is the best physic.
31. Temperance is the greatest of virtues.
32. That is a good book which is opened with expectation and closed with profit.
33. That is not good language which all understand not.
34. That's good wisdom which is wisdom in the end.
35. That teacher helps his pupils most who most helps them to help themselves.
36. That was close.
37. That which is evil is soon learnt.
38. That which is striking and beautiful is not always good, but that which is good is always beautiful.
39. That which one least anticipates soonest comes to pass.
40. That which was bitter to endure may be sweet to remember.
41. The absent are always in the wrong.
42. The absent are never with fault, nor the present without excuse.
43. The abundance of money ruins youth.
44. The ass wags his ears.
45. The bait hides the hook.
46. The battle is to the strong.
47. The (or A) beggar may sing before the thief (or foot bad).
48. The beginnings of all things are small.
49. The belly has no ears.
50. The best fish smell when they are three days old.
51. The best fish swims near the bottom.
52. The best hearts are always the bravest.
53. The best horse needs breaking, and the aptest child needs teaching.
54. The best is oftentimes the enemy of the good.
55. The best is yet to be.
56. The best man stumbles.
57. The best mirror is an old friend.
58. The best of all governments is that which teaches us to govern ourselves.
59. The best of friends must part.
60. The best remedy against an ill man is much ground between.
61. The best smell is bread, the best savor salt, the best love that of children.
62. The best teacher one can have is necessity.
63. The best teachers of humanity are the lives of great men.
64. The best things in life are free.
65. The better the day, the better the deed.
66. The biter is bit(bitten).
67. The bough that bears most, hangs lowest.
68. The brave man hazards his life, but not his conscience.
69. The brightest of all things, the sun, has its spots.
70. The burden on likes is cheerfully borne.
71. The busiest men find (or have) the most leisure (or time).
72. The cask savors of the first fill.
73. The cat and dog may kiss, yet are none the better.
74. The cats in gloves catch no mice.
75. The cat shut its eyes while it steals cream.
76. The chief aim of man is not to get money.
77. The child is father of (or to) the man.
78. The coat makes the man.
79. The cobbler must stick to his last.
80. The cobbler's wife is the worst shod.
81. The course of true love never did run smooth.
82. The cow knows not what her tail is worth until she has lost it
83. The cowl (or hood) does not make the monk.
84. The creditor has always a better memory than the debtor.
85. The crow thinks her own birds fairest.
86. The cruelest lies are often told in silence.
87. The crushed worm will turn.
88. The cuckoo comes in April, and stays the month of May; sings a song at midsummer,
and then goes away.
89. The dainties of the great are the tears of the poor.
90. The darkest hour is that before the dawn.
91. The day has eyes, the night has ears.
92. The day is long to him who knows not how to use it.
93. The devil can cite the Scriptures for his purpose.
94. The devil finds work for idle hands to do.
95. The devil is good when he is pleased.
96. The devil is not so black as he is painted.
97. The devil knows may things because he is old.
98. The devil lurks behind the cross.
99. The devil may get in by the keyhole, but the door won't let him out.
100. The diamonds of other countries are always the most beautiful.
101. The doctor is often more to be feared than the disease.
102. The dogs bark, but the caravan goes on.
103. The dog that fetches will carry.
104. The drop hollows the stone, not by force, but by the frequency of its fall.
105. The early bird catches the worm.
106. The effect speaks, the tongue needs not.
107. The end crowns the work.
108. The end justifies (or sanctifies) the means.
109. The evils we bring on ourselves are the hardest to bear.
110. The evil wound is cured but not the evil name.
111. The exception proves the rule.
112. The eye is blind if the mind is absent.
113. The eye that sees all things else sees not itself.
114. The face is the index of the mind (or heart).
115. The falling out of lovers is the renewing of love.
116. The farmers are the founders of civilization and prosperity.
117. The farthest way about is the nearest way home.
118. The fear of ill exceeds the ills we fear.
119. The finest diamond must be cut.
120. The fire is the test of gold; adversity of strong man.
121. The fire which lights (or warms) us at a distance will burn us when near.
122. The first blow is half the battle.
123. The first element of success is the determination to succeed.
124. The first step is as good as half over.
125. The first step is the only difficulty.
126. The first step to health is to know that we are sick.
127. The first step to virtue is to abstain from vice.
128. The first wealth is health.
129. The fish will soon be caught that nibbles at every bait.
130. The fool does think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.
131. The fool has his heart on his tongue, the wise man keeps his tongue in his heart.
132. The fool talks, and the wise man thinks.
133. The foundation of true joy is in the conscience.
134. The fox changes his skin but not his habit.
135. The fox knew too much, that's how he lost his tail.
136. The fox smells his own stink first.
137. The friar preached against stealing and had a goose in his sleeve.
138. The frog in well knows nothing of the great ocean.
139. The future belongs to him who knows how to wait.
140. The future of society is in the hands of mothers;
if the world was lost through woman she alone can save it.
141. The good seaman is known in bad weather.
142. The government of the people, by the people, and for the people shall not perish from the earth.
143. The grass is greener on the other side.
144. The great and the little have need one of another.
145. The greater the truth, the greater the libel.
146. The greatest fool is he who worries about what he cannot help.
147. The greatest friend of truth is time, her greatest enemy is prejudice,
and her constant companion is humility.
148. The greatest hate springs from the greatest love.
149. The greatest liars talk most of themselves.
150. The greatest obstacle to progress is prejudice.
151. The greatest of faults is to be conscious of none.
152. The greatest pleasure of life is love.
153. The greatest talkers are always the least doers.
154. The great fish ear up the small.
155. The heart of the giver makes the gift dear and precious.
156. The heart sees further than the head.
157. The heart that once truly loves never forgets.
158. The higher the ape goes, the more he shows his tail.
159. The higher the mountain, the greater descent.
160. The highest art is to conceal art.
161. The honest penny is better than the stolen dollar.
162. The house shows the owner.
163. The hungry belly has no ears.
164. The important thing in life is to have a great aim, and the determination to attain it.
165. The journey of a thousand miles starts with one step.
166. The joy of the heart makes the face merry.
167. The last drop makes the cup run over.
168. The last straw breaks the camel's neck.
169. The least said, the soonest mended. (or Least said, soonest mended)
170. The leopard cannot change its spots.
171. The liar's punishment is not in the least that he is not believed,
but that he cannot believe anyone else.
172. The life of the wolf is the death of the lamb.
173. The lone sheep is in danger of the wolf.
174. The longest day has an end.
175. The longest way round is the shortest way home.
176. The love of beauty is an essential part of all healthy human nature.
177. The love of money and the love of learning rarely meet.
178. The love of money is the root of all evil.
179. The maintaining of one vice costs more than ten virtues.
180. The man who makes no mistakes does not usually make anything.
181. The milk is spilled.
182. The mill cannot grind with the water that is past.
183. The mills of God grind slowly but sure.
184. The money the miser hoards will do him no good.
185. The moon does not heed the barking of dogs.
186. The moon is a moon whether it shines or not.
187. The moon is not seen where the sun shines.
188. The more a man knows, the less he knows he knows.
189. The more a man knows, the more he is inclined to be modest.
190. The more a man knows, the more he see his ignorance.