OF E NGLISH
The Proverbs is a collection of
ancient wisdom, still recognized today as practical advice. It contains
the sayings not only of Solomon, but other sages of ancient Israel as well.
The teachings of this book can be applied by everyone from children to young
men and women to the leaders of business empires and nations.
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PROVERBS STARTING WITH
- K -
Kame sindle, kame sair.
Keek in my kail pot, glower in my ambry.
Keep a calm sough.
Keep a stiff upper lip.
Keep a thing for seven years and you'll find a use for it.
Keep a thing seven years and you will find a use for it.
Keep a thing seven years and you'll always find a use for it.
Keep adding little by little and you will soon have a big hoard.
Keep counsel of thyself first.
Keep counsel, thyself first.
Keep five yards from a carriage, ten yards from a horse, and a hundred yards
from an elephant; but the distance one should keep from a wicked man cannot
Keep good company and you shall be of the number.
Keep good men company and you shall be of the number.
Keep no more cats than will catch mice.
Keep no more cats that will catch mice.
Keep no secrets of thyself from thyself.
Keep not two tongues in one mouth.
Keep quiet and people will think you a philosopher.
Keep some till more come.
Keep something for a sore foot.
Keep the common road, and thou'rt safe.
Keep the tongue in your mouth a prisoner.
Keep to the little ones, and the big ones will not bite you.
Keep watch for the appearing mushroom.
Keep well with your neighbours, whether right or wrong.
Keep within compass and you may be sure,
That you will not suffer what others endure.
Keep within compass.
Keep your ain fish-guts for your ain seamaws.
Keep your breath to cool your porridge.
Keep your broken arm inside your sleeve.
Keep your chin up.
Keep your ears wider and your mouth narrower.
Keep your eye on the ball.
Keep your eye upon the goal.
Keep your eyes wide open before marriage and half shut afterwards.
Keep your mouth shut and your eyes open.
Keep your mouth, and keep your friend.
Keep your nose out of another's mess.
Keep your nose to the grindstone.
Keep your own counsel.
Keep your own fish guts for your own sea maws.
Keep your own fish-guts for your own sea-maws.
Keep your secret in your own gourdy.
Keep your shop and your shop will keep you.
Keep yourself from opportunities and God will keep you from sins.
Keeping from falling is better then helping up.
Kick an attorney downstairs and he'll stick to you for life.
Kill a chicken before a monkey.
Kill a cow to donate shoes.
Kill and thou wilt be killed, and he will be killed who kills thee.
Kill no more than you can salt, or you will have tainted meat.
Kill not the goose that lays the golden eggs.
Kill one to warn a hundred.
Kill the chicken to frighten the monkey.
Kin or no kin, woe to him who has nothing.
Kind words and few are a woman's ornament.
Kind words conquer.
Kind words don't wear out the tongue.
Kind words heal friendship's wounds.
Kind words will unlock an iron door.
Kindle not a fire that you cannot extinguish.
Kindness begets kindness.
Kindness breaks no bones.
Kindness cannot be bought for gear.
Kindness is lost that is bestowed on children and old folks.
Kindness, like grain, increase by sowing.
Kindnesses, like grain, increase by sowing.
Kindred without friends, friends without power, power without will, will
without effect, effect without profit, profit without virtue, is not worth a
King have long arms.
King's chaff is worth other men's corn.
King's entreaties are commands.
Kings and bears oft worry their keepers.
Kings have long arms.
Kings have long hands.
Kings have many ears and many eyes too.
Kings have many ears and many eyes.
Kings learn wisdom from associating with wise men.
Kings love the treason, but not the traitor.
Kinsmen are born, but friendship is a gift of the gods.
Kiss and be friends.
Kisses are the messengers of love.
Kisses that are easily obtained are easily forgotten.
Kissing goes by favor.
Kissing goes by favour.
Kitchen psychic is the best physic.
Kitty Swerrock where she sat,
Come reach me this, come reach me that.
Knavery may serve a turn, but honesty never fails.
Knaves and fools divide the world.
Knaves imagine nothing can be done without knavery.
Knock on wood.
Knotty timber must have sharp wedges.
Knotty timber requires sharp wedges.
Know each other as if your were brothers; negotiate deals as if you were
strangers to each other.
Know thyself to know others, for heart beats like heart.
Know you not that kings have long arms?
Know, cabbages, that there is spinach in the stew.
Knowing hens lay even in nettles.
Knowledge acquired as a child is more lasting than an engraving on stone.
Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it.
Knowledge is not the main thing, but deeds.
Proverb, (Sierra Leonean)
Knowledge without practice makes but half an artist.
Knowledge without wisdom is a load of books on the back of an ass.
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