17 French Proverbs about TakesAll French Proverbs | Proverbs about Takes
1. A man takes his own wherever he finds it.
2. Death takes the poor man's cow and the rich man's child.
3. Every one takes his flogging in his own way.
4. Every one takes his pleasure where he finds it.
5. He that takes too great a leap falls into the ditch.
6. He who chooses takes the worst.
7. He who takes a wife takes a master.
8. He who wants to travel far takes care of his beast.
9. One meets his destiny often in the road he takes to avoid it.
10. Upon a slight pretext the wolf takes the sheep.
11. Words are the leaves of the tree of language, of which, if some fall away, a new succession takes their place.
12. You pays your money and you takes your choice.
13. God heals, and the physician takes the fee.
14. He who takes a partner takes a master.
15. Only he who does nothing makes no mistakes.
16. Only he who does nothing makes no mistakes.
17. The tulip is, among flowers, what the peacock is among birds. A tulip lacks scent, a peacock has an unpleasant voice. The one takes pride in its garb, the other in its tail.
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