1609 English Proverbs / Page 5
81. A lie has short legs.
82. A life of leisure, and a life of laziness, are two things.
83. A light burden's heavy if far borne.
84. A little body often harbours a great soul.
85. A little knowledge is dangerous. Drink deep, or taste not the puritan waters.
86. A little Learning is a dangerous thing.
87. A little wind kindles, much puts out the fire.
88. A live dog is better than a dead lion.
89. A lock is better than suspicion.
90. A maid who laughs is half taken.
91. A man among children will long be a child; a child among men will soon be a man.
92. A man can't be hanged for his thoughts.
93. A man has a choice to begin love, but not to end it.
94. A man is as old as he feels himself to be.
95. A man is as old as he feels, a woman as old as she looks.
96. A man is as old as he feels, and a woman as old as she looks.
97. A man is known by the company he keeps.
98. A man may die old at thirty and young at eighty.
99. A man of courage never wants weapons.
100. A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds.