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Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.
The more the merrier.
It takes nine tailors to make a man.
A fig for a care, a fig for a woe!
It's no use closing the barn door after the horse is gone.
A hard beginning maketh a good ending.
When all candles be out, all cats be grey.
Fieldes have eies and woods have eares.
What is got over the devil's back is spent under his belly.
If nothing is ventured, nothing is gained.
Beggars can't be choosers.
Cut your coat according to your cloth.
There are none so blind as those who will not see. The most deluded people are those who choose to ignore what they already know.
Went in at the one ear and out at the other.
The nearer to the church, the further from God.
One good turn asketh another.
All a green willow, willow, All a green willow is my garland.
Hit the nail on the head.
Rome was not built in one day.
Tell tales out of school.
The moon is made of a green cheese.
Beggars should be no choosers.
And death makes equal the high and low.
A man may well bring a horse to water but he cannot make him drink.
None so blind as those who won't see.
Enough is as good as a feast.
To give importance to trifling matters.
She is nether fish nor flesh, nor good red herring.
Better is to bow than break.
What heart can think, or tongue express, The harm that groweth of idleness?
No man loveth his fetters, be they made of gold.
It hurts not the tongue to give faire words.
Now for good lucke, cast an old shooe after mee.
When the devil drives, needs must.
Don't put the cart before the horse.
Better is half a loaf than no bread.
A cat may look at a king.
Wedding is destiny, and hanging likewise.
Look before you leap.
Follow pleasure, and then will pleasure flee, Flee pleasure, and pleasure will follow thee.
No man ought to looke a given horse in the mouth.
So many heads so many wits.
Be of comfort, and your heavy sorrow Part equally among us; storms divided, Abate their force, and with less rage are guided.
It had need to bee A wylie mouse that should breed in the cats eare.
Would ye both eat your cake and have your cake? This is commonly misquotes as You can't have you're cake and eat it, too.
Children and fools cannot lie.
Who is so deaf or so blind as is he that willfully will neither hear nor see?
For when I gave you an inch, you took an ell.
The loss of wealth is loss of dirt, As sages in all times assert; The happy man's without a shirt.
Tis not the robe or garment I affect; For who would marry with a suit of clothes?