16 Irish Proverbs about UnderAll Irish Proverbs | Proverbs about Under
1. The full person does not understand the needs of the hungry.
2. You are not a fully fledged sailor unless you have sailed under full sail, and you have not built a wall unless you have rounded a corner.
3. The full man does not understand the wants of the hungry.
4. The full person can not understand the needs of the hungry.
5. The three most beautiful sights: a potato garden in bloom, a ship under sail, and a woman after the birth of a child.
6. The well fed does not understand the lean.
7. The well fed person doesn't understand the hungry one.
8. One woman understands another.
9. One woman understands another.
10. The well-fed does not understand the lean.
11. Many an honest heart beats under a ragged coat.
12. Do not keep your tongue under your belt.
13. The apple falls on the head that's under it.
14. The full stomach does not understand the empty one.
15. The well-filled belly has little understanding of the empty.
16. 'Tis afterwards that everything is understood.
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