14 French Proverbs about EitherAll French Proverbs | Proverbs about Either
1. A clown enriched knows neither relation nor friend.
2. A dead man has neither relations nor friends.
3. A door must either be open or shut.
4. He that hunts two hares will catch neither.
5. He who caresses thee more than the occasion justifies, has either deceived thee or intends it.
6. One must be either anvil or hammer.
7. The balance in doing its office knows neither gold nor lead.
8. The man has neither sense nor reason who leaves a young wife at home.
9. There's neither rhyme nor reason.
10. Trade knows neither friends or kindred.
11. Who does not venture gets neither horse nor mule, and who ventures too much lose horse and mule.
12. The villain that becomes rich knows neither friends nor family.
13. You are either hammer or anvil.
14. He who fondles you more than usual has either deceived you or wants to so.
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