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  A dog returns to where he has been fed.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Beauty without virtue is a rose without fragrance.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Business goes where it is invited and stays where it is well treated.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Business neglected is business lost.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Dreams are what you hope for; reality is what you plan for.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Experience is a comb which fate gives to man when his hair is all gone.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Every time you forgive a man you weaken him and strengthen yourself.  
 -  American proverb
  

  False friends are worse than open enemies.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It is better to know nothing than to half-know many things.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Give a civil answer to a civil question.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Age and marriage tame man and beast.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Whatever nature does least, man does most.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Beware the anger of a patient man.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Religion is the best armor in the world, but the worst cloak.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Success is a ladder that cannot be climbed with your hands in your pocket.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Never trust a man who doesn't trust others.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Women are ships and must be manned.  
 -  American proverb
  

  True generosity is the ability to accept ingratitude.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Charity is not a bone you throw to your dog but a bone you share with your dog.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Charity is a virtue of the heart and not of the hand.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Ambition is putting a ladder against the sky.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Caution is the downfall to ambition.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Appearances aren't everything.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The value of prosperity is known by adversity.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He who can take advice is sometimes superior to those who give it.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Advice that ain't paid for ain't no good.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Less advice and more hands.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Advice is least heeded when most needed.  
 -  American proverb
  

  We may give advice, but we cannot give conduct.  
 -  American proverb
  

  They who drink beer think beer.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If we blame others for our failures, we should also give them credit for our success.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Truth may be blamed but never shamed.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Character is what you are in the dark when no one else is around.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Courtesy on one side only never lasts for long.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The cowards never started and the weak died along the way.  
 -  American proverb
  

  All criminals turn preachers under the gallows.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Danger makes men bold.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The lone sheep is in danger of the wolf.  
 -  American proverb
  

  There's danger in delay.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Justice delayed is justice denied.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Though the devil is up early, God is up before him.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The surest way to make enemies is to have too many friends.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that shows a passion tells his enemy where he may hit him.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A friend's envy is worse than an enemy's hatred.  
 -  American proverb
  

  What is an expert? Someone who is twenty miles from home.  
 -  American proverb
  

  We seldom fear what we can laugh at.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Wise fear begets care.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A farmer on his knees is higher than a gentleman on his legs.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Though the devil is up early, God is up before him.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Marrying for love is risky, but God smiles on it.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Trust in God but lock your car.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Whoever gossips to you will gossip of you.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The generous can forget that they have given; but the grateful can never forget that they have received.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Hope is a sovereign balsam.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Dreams are what you hope for; reality is what you plan for.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Let the best horse leap the hedge first.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He who is carried by horses must deal with rogues.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Three things breed jealousy: A mighty state, a rich treasure, and a fair wife.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A friend's envy is worse than an enemy's hatred.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He who laughs at others' woes finds few friends and many foes.  
 -  American proverb
  

  We seldom fear what we can laugh at.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Laws too gentle are seldom obeyed; too severe, seldom executed.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A cunning lawyer beats the devil.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Lawyers play thunder with lives and property trusted to them.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A life of leisure and a life of laziness are different things.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A lazy youth, a lousy age.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If one plays with a lion, let him beware of its paw.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Lucky men need no counsel.  
 -  American proverb
  

  One mistake naturally leads to another.  
 -  American proverb
  

  By other's faults wise men correct their own.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A benevolent man should allow a few faults in himself to keep his friends in countenance.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Wise men learn from other men's mistakes; fools insist on learning from their own.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Perseverance is failing nineteen times and succeeding the twentieth.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Sweetest pleasures are the shortest.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Justice delayed is justice denied.  
 -  American proverb
  

  One who cannot respect himself cannot respect another.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A gracious woman obtains honor, and strong men obtain riches.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Anyone can start a rumor, but none can stop one.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that tells a secret is another's servant.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that tells a secret is another's servant.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The passions are like fire and water: good servants but bad masters.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If you act as good as you look, you'll never shame your family.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Truth may be blamed but never shamed.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The bravest soldiers are the most civil to prisoners.  
 -  American proverb
  

  One deed is worth a thousand speeches.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Our first teacher is our own heart.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The tiger crouches before he leaps upon his prey.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that loves wine wants no woes.  
 -  American proverb
  

  True bravery is without witness.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A lazy youth, a lousy age.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Absence makes the heart grow fonder.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Our first teacher is our own heart.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Learn as you'd live forever; live as you'd die tomorrow.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It is better to be safe than to be sorry.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that can have patience can have what he will.  
 -  American proverb
  

  We will be known forever by the tracks we leave.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Fate can be taken by the horns, like a goat, and pushed in the right direction.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Variety is the spice of life.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If you can't help, don't hinder.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A house without books is like a room without windows.  
 -  American proverb
  

  You're not supposed to keep religion, it's supposed to keep you.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A human learns how to talk early, but how to keep silent late.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A life of leisure and a life of laziness are different things.  
 -  American proverb
  

  One who cannot respect himself cannot respect another.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Fear no man, and do justice to all men.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He who can take advice is sometimes superior to those who give it.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Though the devil is up early, God is up before him.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Every man at his trade.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Sweetest pleasures are the shortest.  
 -  American proverb
  

  What's said can't be unsaid.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Attitudes don't prove anything.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Scheming seldom has success.  
 -  American proverb
  

  No salary without service.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It is a poor rule that will not work both ways.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Opportunities, like eggs, come one at a time.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The passions are like fire and water: good servants but bad masters.  
 -  American proverb
  

  You can get far with a lie, but not come back.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Never quarrel with one's bread and butter.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that tells a secret is another's servant.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Despair never pays any debts.  
 -  American proverb
  

  There are many witty men whose brains can't fill their bellies.  
 -  American proverb
  

  What a man can be is born with him; what he becomes is a result of his environment.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Beware the anger of a patient man.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Ambition is putting a ladder against the sky.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Home is the father's kingdom, the children's paradise, the mother's world.  
 -  American proverb
  

  First endure, then pity, then embrace.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Charity is not a bone you throw to your dog but a bone you share with your dog.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A good remedy for anger is delay.  
 -  American proverb
  

  There is nothing better than a good woman and nothing worse than a bad one.  
 -  American proverb
  

  You can run into debt, but you have to crawl out.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that swims in sin will sink in sorrow.  
 -  American proverb
  

  True bravery is without witness.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Hope is a good breakfast, but a poor supper.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Wishes don't wash dishes.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Speak kind words and you will hear kind answers.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Be in general virtuous, and you will be happy.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Confidence of success is almost success.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Put your money where your mouth is.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Less advice and more hands.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Folks spend their health to acquire wealth and later spend their wealth to regain their health.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Happiness is a form of courage.  
 -  American proverb
  

  To carry care to bed is to sleep with a pack on your back.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Anyone can start a rumor, but none can stop one.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Without justice, courage is weak.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The best things in life are free.  
 -  American proverb
  

  We judge others by their acts, but ourselves by our intentions.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Above all nations is humanity.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If you take a wife from hell, she will bring you back.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Wise fear begets care.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He overtakes at last who tires not.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Good sailors are tried in a storm.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Beauty is a very fine thing, but you can't live on it.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that loves wine wants no woes.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The value of prosperity is known by adversity.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Blushing is a sign of grace.  
 -  American proverb
  

  That fish will soon be caught that nibbles at every bait.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A nightingale cannot sing in a cage.  
 -  American proverb
  

  False friends are worse than open enemies.  
 -  American proverb
  

  You cannot drive a windmill with a pair of bellows.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Truth may be blamed but never shamed.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Age and marriage tame man and beast.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Business goes where it is invited and stays where it is well treated.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It is easy to be brave from a safe distance.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Authority without wisdom is like a heavy axe without an edge.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It is the trapped animal that makes the most noise.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He who laughs at others' woes finds few friends and many foes.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Getting what you go after is called success, but liking it while you are getting it is called happiness.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Ability is the poor man's wealth.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Religion is the best armor in the world, but the worst cloak.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Bad actions lead to worse reactions.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Faith is the vision of the heart.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A benevolent man should allow a few faults in himself to keep his friends in countenance.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A mother's heart is child's schoolroom.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A farmer on his knees is higher than a gentleman on his legs.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Don't judge a man until you've walked in his boots.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Actions speak louder than words.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If we blame others for our failures, we should also give them credit for our success.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Weak men wait for opportunities, strong men make them.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Marrying for love is risky, but God smiles on it.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A friend who shares is a friend who cares.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Too much force breeds suspicion.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Learning makes a good man better and a bad man worse.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Laws too gentle are seldom obeyed; too severe, seldom executed.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Compromise makes a good umbrella but a poor roof.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Perseverance is failing nineteen times and succeeding the twentieth.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Men are punished by their sins, not for them.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A gracious woman obtains honor, and strong men obtain riches.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Whoever gossips to you will gossip of you.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Drive your business, let not that drive you.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Who spends before he thrives will beg before he thinks.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The wife should be blind and the husband deaf.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Use makes everything easy.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A fair flower springs out of a dunghill.  
 -  American proverb
  

  One deed is worth a thousand speeches.  
 -  American proverb
  

  There never was a pitcher that wouldn't spill.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Pride costs us more than hunger, thirst and cold.  
 -  American proverb
  

  You must go behind the door to mend old breeches.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Small circumstances produce great events.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The fates lead the willing man; an unwilling man they drag.  
 -  American proverb
  

  More die of food than famine.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Three faithful friends: an old wife, an old dog, and ready money.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A nickel will get you on the subway, but garlic will get you a seat.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Comparisons make enemies of our friends.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Character is what you are in the dark when no one else is around.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Young courage and old caution are a strong pair.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Kindle not a fire that you cannot extinguish.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Business neglected is business lost.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A man in passion rides a mad horse.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If you have wit and learning, add to it wisdom and modesty.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A hen frightened from her nest is hard to get back.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Nothing dries sooner than a tear.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Nothing risked, nothing gained.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Pride is the last vice a good man gets clear of.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Dreams are what you hope for; reality is what you plan for.  
 -  American proverb
  

  To be a public man is slavery.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Trust in God but lock your car.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The less we know, the more we suspect.  
 -  American proverb
  

  One half the troubles in this world can be traced to saying 'yes' too quickly or to saying 'no' not soon enough.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If the heart is right, the head cannot be very far wrong.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Charity is a virtue of the heart and not of the hand.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Self-help is the best help.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A dollar saved is as good as a dollar earned.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Desperate evils require desperate remedies.  
 -  American proverb
  

  An ounce of discretion is worth a pound of wit.  
 -  American proverb
  

  We seldom fear what we can laugh at.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Every family has at least one black sheep.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A thimbleful of experience is worth a tubful of knowledge.  
 -  American proverb
  

  An honest citizen is an exile in his own country.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Constant occupation prevents temptation.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Dark thoughts lead to dark deeds.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Speak fair, think what you will.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The longest pole gets the persimmon.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Three things breed jealousy: A mighty state, a rich treasure, and a fair wife.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If one plays with a lion, let him beware of its paw.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Hours were made for slaves.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A foe vanquished is a foe no more.  
 -  American proverb
  

  You can't swim long against the current without cutting your throat as a pig does.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If you act as good as you look, you'll never shame your family.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Kindness is more binding than a loan.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Every time you forgive a man you weaken him and strengthen yourself.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Honesty is praised and left to starve.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The best fishing is in the deepest waters.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It is better to know nothing than to half-know many things.  
 -  American proverb
  

  You can build a house but you must make a home.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Bad to do evil, but worse to boast about it.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A true friend is known in a doubtful matter.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A good reputation stands still; a bad one runs.  
 -  American proverb
  

  You can't be a howling success by simply howling.  
 -  American proverb
  

  We are as big as the thing which bothers us.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Lucky men need no counsel.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He who judges others condemns himself.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Justice delayed is justice denied.  
 -  American proverb
  

  True generosity is the ability to accept ingratitude.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Defeat isn't bitter if you don't swallow it.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A long life may not be good enough, but a good life is long enough.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It is not often that a man's reputation outlasts his money.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Reality never surpasses imagination.  
 -  American proverb
  

  To be proud of knowledge is to be blind with light.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Philosophy means being able to explain why you are happy when you are poor.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Patience waers out stones.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Paddle your own canoe.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If passion drives, let reason hold the reins.  
 -  American proverb
  

  All things were once impossible.  
 -  American proverb
  

  There's no hanging a man for his thoughts.  
 -  American proverb
  

  To know all is to forgive all.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Keep your eyes wide open before marriage; half-shut afterwards.  
 -  American proverb
  

  In a united family, happiness springs up of itself.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A wise child is father's bliss.  
 -  American proverb
  

  We never know the worth of water till the well is dry.  
 -  American proverb
  

  All general rules have their exceptions.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Three may accord, but two never can.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Good fences make good neighbors.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Discount is good pay.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Who rises late must trot all the day.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Let the best horse leap the hedge first.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Envy is destroyed by true friendship.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If you desire many things, many things will seem but a few.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Experience is a comb which fate gives to man when his hair is all gone.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Women are ships and must be manned.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A lazy youth, a lousy age.  
 -  American proverb
  

  On an unknown path every foot is slow.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The happiest place in the world to live is within one's income.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It is easy for a man in health to preach patience to the sick.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A little help is worth a lot of pity.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Success is a ladder that cannot be climbed with your hands in your pocket.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Choose your love, then love your choice.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Beauty without virtue is a rose without fragrance.  
 -  American proverb
  

  To command one must learn to obey.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Hell is full of good meanings, but heaven is full of good works.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Advice is least heeded when most needed.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Love enters man through his eyes, woman through her ears.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Never complain, never explain.  
 -  American proverb
  

  By other's faults wise men correct their own.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A forced kindness deserves no thanks.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Wise men learn from other men's mistakes; fools insist on learning from their own.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Where law ends, tyranny begins.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Deceit is a lie which wears a smile.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Knowledge is proud that he knows so much; wisdom is humble that he knows no more.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A rabbit is never caught twice in the same place.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Man changes often but improves seldom.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Before honor is humility.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Men build houses; women build homes.  
 -  American proverb
  

  To have a friend, close one eye. To keep him, close both.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Happiness multiplies as we divide it with others.  
 -  American proverb
  

  One seldom meets a lonely lie.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The rough shell may have a good kernel.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The simplest things are the most startling.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that would conquer must fight.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Better risk a little than lose the whole.  
 -  American proverb
  

  All things in moderation are good.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Those who do little expect the most.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Wealth consists not of having great possessions but of having few wants.  
 -  American proverb
  

  One thief robs another.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The lone sheep is in danger of the wolf.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Whatever nature does least, man does most.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that believes all, misses; he that believes nothing, hits not.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Give a civil answer to a civil question.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Death to the wolf is life to the lamb.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The more responsibilities a man assumes, the more likely he is to meet them.  
 -  American proverb
  

  One man with courage is a majority.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Never trust a man who doesn't trust others.  
 -  American proverb
  

  If a man is right, he cannot be too radical. If wrong, he cannot be too conservative.  
 -  American proverb
  

  He that shows a passion tells his enemy where he may hit him.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Arrogance is a kingdom without a crown.  
 -  American proverb
  

  That which comes from the heart is always sincere.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A woman can't drive her husband, but she can lead him.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Who avoids temptation avoids sin.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Don't value a gem by what it is set in.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Sin concealed needs two forgivings.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Cover yourself with honey and the flies will eat you.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Life is a comedy to those who think, a tragedy to those who feel.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Change of fortune hurts a wise man no more than a change of the moon.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A fool talks most when he has the least to say.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The generous can forget that they have given; but the grateful can never forget that they have received.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A friend at hand is better than a relative at a distance.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It requires more courage not to fight than to fight.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Education is the best provision for old age.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Courtesy on one side only never lasts for long.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Destiny leads the willing but drags the unwilling.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A dog returns to where he has been fed.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Caution is the downfall to ambition.  
 -  American proverb
  

  An ounce of favor goes farther than a pund of justice.  
 -  American proverb
  

  It does not always rain when a pig squeals.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Wide experience makes for deep tolerance.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A proof of faith is obedience.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A friend's envy is worse than an enemy's hatred.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Catching before spanking is the rule.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The surest way to make enemies is to have too many friends.  
 -  American proverb
  

  A speck will produce a storm.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Judge not things by their names.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Honesty is like an icicle; if once it melts that is the end of it  
 -  American proverb
  

  Success is a ladder you cannot climb with your hands in your pockets  
 -  American proverb
  

  You can't have all chiefs, you've got to have Indians too  
 -  American proverb
  

  Every sin carries its own punishment.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The wicked work harder to preach hell than the righteous do to get to heaven.  
 -  American proverb
  

  The best things in life are free.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Silence is golden; speech is silver  
 -  American proverb
  

  All's fair in love and war.  
 -  American proverb
  

  An ounce of discretion is worth a pound of wit.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Ignorance is bliss  
 -  American proverb
  

  Laugh alone and the world thinks you're an idiot.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Silence is golden  
 -  American proverb
  

  Don't judge a book by its cover  
 -  American proverb
  

  Don't judge a book by its cover.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Silence is golden; speech is silver.  
 -  American proverb
  

  Silence is golden.  
 -  American proverb