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Scottish proverb


  Marry above your match and you get a master.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Time and thought tame the strongest grief.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Friends agree best at distance.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  They speak of my drinking, but never think of my thirst.  
 -  Scottish Proverb
  

  Never argue, simply keep repeating your assertion.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A wager is a fool's argument.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Never marry for money, you'll borrow it cheaper.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Danger past and God forgotten.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Delays in love are dangerous.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Delays in love are dangerous.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A young saint may prove an old devil.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Death defies the doctor.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  They speak of my drinking, but never think of my thirst.  
 -  Scottish Proverb
  

  Never trust much to a new friend or an old enemy.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Better play for nothing than work for nothing.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Danger past and God forgotten.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He's poor whom God hates.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Gold is good but it may be dear bought.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  It is hard for a greedy eye to have an honest heart.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Greedy folk have long arms.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A greedy eye had never a full belly.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that lives on hope has a slender diet.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He's a good horse that never stumbled, and a better wife that never grumbled.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Bitter pills may have blessed effects.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Confessed faults are half mended.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  What may be done at any time will be done at no time.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Delays in love are dangerous.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  No profit without pains.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  It is ill to make an unlawful oath, but worse to keep it.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He is poor that cannot promise.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  If you tell you secret to your servant, you have made him your master.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  If you tell you secret to your servant, you have made him your master.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Old sins breed new shame.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that has not silver in his purse should have silk on his tongue.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Sorrow and ill weather come unsent for.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Spilled wine is worse than water.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Confessed faults are half mended.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Fools look to tomorrow. Wise men use tonight.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Marry above your match and you get a master.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Never marry for money, you'll borrow it cheaper.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that talks to himself speaks to a fool.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that is first on the dunghill may sit where he will.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Gut no fish till you get them.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A bow overbent will weaken.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Every crow thinks its own young one prettiest.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A friend in court is worth a penny in the purse.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Time and thought tame the strongest grief.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He is a wise man who can make a friend of a foe.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Fair exchange is no robbery.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A friend to all is a friend to none.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  When the heart is full of lust, the mouth is full of lies.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Never argue, simply keep repeating your assertion.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  An ill-natured cow should have short horns.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Never too late to learn.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Never trust much to a new friend or an old enemy.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Love and light cannot be hid.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A boaster and a liar are near akin.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  It is no time to bow when the head is off.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Whoredom and grace dwelt never in one place.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Never pour water on a drowned mouse.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A fool may give a wise man counsel by a time.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Cast not out the foul water till you bring in the clean.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Experience is good, but often dear bought.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  If you brew well, you will drink the better.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  There came never ill of good advisement.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A great boaster was never a good rider.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Better be merry with something, as sad with nothing.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  It is hard for a greedy eye to have an honest heart.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A good overseer is better than an ill worker.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  When the pot is full it will boil over.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  An ill won penny will cast down a pound.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  They speak of my drinking, but never think of my thirst.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Better my friend think me strange than troublesome.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He's poor whom God hates.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that lives on hope has a slender diet.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  True love shows itself in time of need.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that has a full purse, never wanted a friend.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He's the slave of all slaves who serve's none but himself.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A greedy eye had never a full belly.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  The fairest face, the falsest heart.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  When drink is in wit is out.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A dog will not howl if you strike him with a bone.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Better master one than fight with ten.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Old sins breed new shame.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that would eat the fruit must climb the tree.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  They that have much butter, may lay it thick on their bread.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that's afraid of every grass should not piss in a meadow.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  All the truth should not be told.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that suffers patiently overcomes.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He's a good horse that never stumbled, and a better wife that never grumbled.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  When friends meet, heart is warm.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  It is ill to waken sleeping dogs.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Fair offer is no cause of emnity.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Come uncalled, sit unserved.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Friends agree best at distance.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Better a good name than a fine face.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  If you tell you secret to your servant, you have made him your master.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that does his turn in time, sits half idle.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A threatened tree stands long.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that is angry is seldom at ease.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A dear ship stays long in the harbor.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Tread on a snail and he'll shoot out his horns.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  The cow that's first up gets the first of the dew.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Many heads are better than one.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  God help the poor, for the rich can help themselves.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A wise man wavers, a fool is fixed.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Be what you seem, and seem what you are.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Better unborn than untaught.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Silence catches a mouse.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  If you touch dirt, it will stick to your fingers.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  No profit without pains.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Thoughts are free.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Much water goes by the miller when he sleeps.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Bread and cheese is good to eat when men can get no other meat.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Danger past and God forgotten.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Delays in love are dangerous.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Dirt parts good company.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that's afraid of wounds must keep from a battle.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that has a wife has a master.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Quality without quantity is little thought of.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  The happy man cannot be ruined.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Home is a pleasant word.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  As you make your bed, so you lie down.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Change of masters, change of manners.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Greedy folk have long arms.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Sorrow and ill weather come unsent for.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A young saint may prove an old devil.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Of all wars peace is the end.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Ill herds make fat wolves.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that hews above his head may have the chip fall in his eye.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Never strive against the stream.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Bare words make no bargain.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Twelve highlanders and a bagpipe make a rebellion.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Yawning goes from man to man.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Happy is she who marries the son of a dead mother.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  It is no sin to see wasters want.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Better short and sweet than long and lax.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that's first up is not always first served.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Better good sale than good ale.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Ale sellers should not be tale tellers.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Be a friend to yourself and others will befriend you.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Spilled wine is worse than water.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Good wares make a quick market.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Seeing is believing all the world over.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that falls in the dirt, the longer he lies the fouler he is.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Rich folk have many friends.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Oppression will make a wise man mad.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  When the cup is full carry it even.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  It is ill to make an unlawful oath, but worse to keep it.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He that's afraid of leaves should not come into a wood.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Lads will be men.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Where nothing is, the king loses his right.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  A wager is a fool's argument.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Our sins and our debts are often more than we think.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Be it better, be it worse, be ruled by him that has the purse.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Good forecast makes work easy.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Many a good tale is spoiled in the telling.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Death defies the doctor.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Handle the pudding while it is hot.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  He is poor that cannot promise.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  We are to learn while we live.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  When poverty comes in at the door, friendship flees out at the window.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Better play for nothing than work for nothing.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Bitter pills may have blessed effects.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  An ounce of mother wit is worth a pound of clergy.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  An ill life makes an ill end.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  They speak of my drinking, but never think of my thirst.  
 -  Scottish proverb
  

  Do not judge others by appearances, for a rich heart may be under a poor coat!  
 -  Scottish proverb