:: Proverbs by Origin: (Unknown Origin) (4808 Proverbs)
A bad workman blames his tools.
A baker's wife may bite of a bun, A brewer's wife may drink of a tun, A fishmonger's wife may feed of a conger, But a servingman's wife may starve for hunger.
A bald head is soon shaven.
A barking dog never bites.
A barley corn is better than a diamond to a cock.
A beard once washed is half shaven.
A beetle is a beauty in the eyes of his mother.
A beggar can never be bankrupt.
A beggar's purse is bottomless.
A bellowing cow soon forgets her calf.
A belly full of gluttony will never study willingly.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
A bird never flew on one wing.
A bit in the morning is better than nothing all day.
A black man is a jewel in a fair woman's eye.
A blate cat make a proud mouse. [A shy cat make a proud mouse.]
A bleating sheep loses a bite.
A blind leader of the blind.
A blind man's wife needs no paint.
A blow from a frying-pan blacks, though it may not hurt.
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