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English Proverbs : Proverb to Meaning V


Given the MEANING, identify the PROVERB

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1.

It is wise not to disturb things at times lest you invite trouble.

  Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.

  What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.

  Wake not a sleeping lion.

  There is no rose without a thorn.

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2.

Foolish people talk a lot.

  Time and tide wait for no man.

  Every ass likes to hear himself bray.

  Touch pitch and be defiled.

  Too many cooks spoil the broth.

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3.

Rumours are not baseless but have some truth in them.

  There is no smoke without fire.

  You cannot have your cake and eat it.

  The wish is father to the thought.

  Every ass likes to hear himself bray.

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4.

Unalloyed happiness is impossible, because joy and sorrow go together.

  Nothing venture, nothing gain.

  There is no rose without a thorn.

  Time and tide wait for no man.

  United we stand, divided we fall.

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5.

Take care when you speak lest others hear what they should not.

  Time and tide wait for no man.

  Two heads are better than one.

  Walls have ears.

  Well begun is half done.

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6.

If we are eagerly waiting for something, it seems to take forever to happen.

  When in Rome do as the Romans do.

  The wish is father to the thought.

  When one door shuts another opens.

  A watched pot never boils.

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7.

It is chaotic for too many people to do the same job at the same time.

  You cannot have your cake and eat it.

  Too many cooks spoil the broth.

  When one door shuts another opens.

  Time is a great healer.

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