Miscellany #5 English Proverbs 2

11. Advice. Advice comes too late when a thing is done.

12. Afraid of wounds. He that’s afraid of wounds must not come nigh a battle.

13. Afraid. More afraid than hurt.

14. Age. Age before honesty.

15. Age (old). Old age is honourable.

16. Agree. Two of a trade seldom agree.

17. Agree. Agree, for law is costly.

18. Ague. An ague in the spring, Is physic for a king.

19. Agues. Agues come on horseback, but go away on foot.

20. Air. A man cannot live by the air.

FROM: Dictionary of English Proverbs and Proverbial Phrases With a Copious Index of Principal Words  by Thomas Preston

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Miscellany #5 English Proverbs 2

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