Category:English proverbs

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  1. the devil you know is better than the devil you don't know
  2. it's an ill bird that fouls its own nest
  3. dead men can tell no tales
  4. old sins cast long shadows
  5. old sins have long shadows
  6. what happens on the road stays on the road
  7. if you lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas
  8. money talks and bullshit walks
  9. go hard or go home
  10. a stopped clock is right twice a day
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  1. barking dogs never bite
  2. never look a gift horse in the mouth
  3. discretion is the better part of valour
  4. start from where you are
  5. treat 'em mean to keep 'em keen
  6. truth will out
  7. there's always a bigger fish
  8. every little helps
  9. there are plenty more fish in the sea
  10. those that have, get

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English phrases popularly known as representations of common sense.


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