1609 English Proverbs / Page 4
61. A grain of prudence is worth a pound of craft.
62. A guilty conscience needs no accuser.
63. A half the truth is often a whole lie.
64. A hen is heavy when carried far.
65. A hero is a man who is afraid to run away.
66. A hound's food is in its legs.
67. A house built by the wayside is either too high or too low.
68. A house divided cannot stand.
69. A hungry man is an angry man.
70. A jack of all trades is master of none.
71. A joy that is shared is a joy made double.
72. A joy that's shared is a joy made double.
73. A joyful evening may follow a sorrowful morning.
74. A king's face should show grace.
75. A lawyer's opinion is worth nothing unless paid for.
76. A lean agreement is better than a fat judgement.
77. A leap year is never a good sheep year.
78. A lie can be halfway around the world before the truth gets its boots on.
79. A lie has no legs, but a scandal has wings.
80. A lie has no legs.