32 Latin Proverbs about MustAll Latin Proverbs | Proverbs about Must
1. A door must be either shut or open.
2. As you have arranged the thread so must you weave it.
3. Carthage must be destroyed.
4. He who cannot do what he wishes, must needs do as he can.
5. How you come by it no one asks; but wealth you must have.
6. If all men were on an equality, the consequence would be that all must perish: for who would till the ground? who would sow it? Who would plant? who would press wine?.
7. If being well bearded brings happiness. a he-goat must be happier than any of us.
8. If flesh is not to be had, fish must content us.
9. If the mountain will not come to Mahomet, Mahomet must go to the mountain.
10. Into every life a little rain must fall.
11. It is thou must honour the place, not the place thee.
12. Joking must have its proper limit.
13. Men in office must work hard.
14. Mirth must be indulged in to prepare the mind for more serious matters.
15. One man must not fight with two.
16. Presents from an enemy must be received with suspicion.
17. Promises must not fill the place of gifts.
18. Religion must be taught, not forced.
19. To obtain that which is just we must ask that which is unjust.
20. To remove the hairs from a horse's tail, one by one must be plucked out.
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