Synonym: adage, dictum, maxim, saying. Similar words: approve, improved, approve of, controversy, controversial, over and over, verbal, verbatim. Meaning: ['prɑvɜrb /'prɒvɜːb] n. a condensed but memorable saying embodying some important fact of experience that is taken as true by many people.
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1 He is fickle to a proverb.
2 He is a proverb for carelessness.
3 The appetite, says the proverb, grows with eating.
4 "There are only two creatures," says a proverb, "who can surmount the pyramids the eagle and the snail.
5 As the proverb goes,(www.Sentencedict.com) time is money.
6 " Practice makes perfect. " is a proverb.
7 This is a proverb and you ought to stick it down and learn it by heart.
8 An old Arab proverb says, "The enemy of my enemy is my friend".
9 He grinned and then uttered a Swahili proverb.
10 A proverb in fact from hell.
11 There is as it happens an Anglo-Saxon proverb analogous to Lord Acton's, but still significantly different.
12 March, according to the weather proverb, comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.
13 Do you remember this old proverb: 'When poverty comes in the door, love flies out of the window'?
14 In reply, he quoted a Sanskrit proverb: 'Forgiveness is the ornament of the brave'.
15 His punctuality is a proverb.
16 His ignorance is a proverb.
17 "measure for measure" is a proverb.
18 They were ridiculous even to a proverb.
19 Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb.
20 He is ignorant to a proverb.
21 Rome was not built in a day. ---- Proverb.
22 His words may pass into a proverb.
23 He is punctual to a proverb.
24 As the proverb says, honesty is the best policy.
25 As the proverb says , idle young, needy old.
26 As the proverb says, no pains, no gains.
27 That proverb is apposite to this case.
28 'Don't put all your eggs in one basket' is a proverb.
29 Sticks and stones may break our bones, but names will never hurt us, as the noted proverb has it.
30 After frontal damage, the patient may just paraphrase the proverb.
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