– Proverbs – Letter A –
An alphabetical collection of common and not-so-common Proverbs. Since many Proverbs (often-times referred to as, “Sayings”) have slightly different forms depending on who is saying them, they are organized by either the Noun or Verb in the sentence. If you do not find the Proverb that you are looking for, try the search box. If that doesn’t work, let me know in the comments below… I’ll add it for you.
“Act In Haste, Repent At Leisure” – This Proverb can also be classified as an Aphorism, an Interjection, or a Saying, which is used to mean that: if one does something quickly and without caring about the quality or outcome (to act in haste), then he or she will feel very bad or entirely un-satisfied about it later (repent in leisure) and will most likely have to do “it” over. – (See Also: “Haste Makes Waste“) –
“All Things In Moderation” – This Proverb can also be classified as an Aphorism, an Interjection, or a Saying, which is used as advice to imply that: One should never over-do anything. That those things which are not considered “bad”, when over-done, can become harmful, and that even those things which are often considered “bad” for us, aren’t so “bad” in moderate quantities…
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