11 Portuguese Proverbs about EitherAll Portuguese Proverbs | Proverbs about Either
1. A dog in the manger, that neither eats nor lets others eat.
2. A house without either a cat or a dog is the house of a scoundrel.
3. Death spares neither Pope nor beggar.
4. He who make more of you than he is wont, either means to cheat you or wants you.
5. Neither handsome enough to kill nor ugly enough to frighten away.
6. Neither trust or contend, nor lay wagers or lend, and you'll have peace to your end.
7. Of the good man a good pledge, and of the bad neither pledge nor surety.
8. She is well married who has neither mother-in-law nor sister-in-law.
9. The gardener's dog neither eats greens not lets any one else eat them.
10. The pitcher that goes often to the well leaves either its handle or its spout there.
11. From Spain can come neither good winds nor good marriages.
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