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Proverbs Starting with letter T - part 17
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Those who are once found to be bad are presumed so forever.
Those who argue with each other on the highway will often make up in the lane.
Those who attack, though they die in the attempt.

Those who can more owe more.
Those who can't dance say the music is no good.
Those who cant dance blame it on the music.
Those who climb high, often have a fall.
Those who complain, will attract more attention (for good or ill) than those who are content.
Those who counsel do not pay.
Those who despise money will eventually sponge on their friends.
Those who dig an evil hole will fall into it.
Those who dislike cats will be carried to the cemetery in the rain.
Those who do a thing are consenting parties.
Those who do not go to war roar like lions.
Those who do not study are only cattle dressed up in men's clothes.
Those who don't understand prayer -- let them go to sea.
Those who earn a lot are seldom tired, those who get tired seldom earn a lot.
Those who envy die, but envy stays alive.
Those who fight with silver spears are sure of their victory.
Those who foretell the future lies, even if he tells the truth.
Those who have airs will be laid low - those who abase themselves will be raised up.
Those who have ears to hear, hear!' (, 11:15).
Those who have free seats at a play hiss first.
Those who have free seats at the play are the first to hiss.
Those who have free tickets to the theater have the most criticism to make.
Those who have more, want even more.
Those who hear not the music think the dancers mad.
Those who inherit fortunes are frequently more of a problem than those who made them.
Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
Those who live together cannot hide their behinds from each other.
Those who lose dreaming are lost.
Those who love you will make you weep; those who hate you will make you laugh.
Those who marries want a home.
Those who play at bowls must look out for rubbers.
Those who play the game do not see as clearly as those who watch.
Those who rescue are always crucified.
Those who run with pigs, smell like pigs.
Those who shine in the second rank, are eclipsed by the first.
Those who sing send their troubles away.
Those who sleep don't catch any fish.

Those who sleep with dogs gets up with fleas.
Those who sleep with dogs will rise with fleas.
Those who study will know, those who save will have.
Those who tickle themselves may laugh when they please.
Those who wade in unknown waters will be sure to be drowned.
Those who want to go, go themselves. Those who don't, send others instead.
Those who wear pearls do not know how often the shark bites the leg of the diver.
Those who wish to sing always find a song.
Those whom God wills to destroy he first deprives of their senses.' -.
Those whom true love has held, it will go on holding.' -.
Those whose palm-kernels were cracked for them by a benevolent spirit should not forget to be humble.
Those with glass roof shouldn't throw stones to their neihgbor's.
Those with the least understanding often complain about things the most.
Thou are a bitter bird, said the raven to the starling.
Thou hast a head and so hath a pin.
Thou shalt not muzzle the ox that treadeth out the corn.
Thou too art mortal.
Though God is almighty, he doesn't send rain from a clear sky.
Though a cage may be made of gold, it is still a cage.
Though a lie be swift, truth overtakes it.
Though a tree grow ever so high, the falling leaves return to the ground.
Though a tree grows ever so high, the falling leaves return to its roots.
Though all rivers flow into it, the sea never overflows.
Though change be no robbery.
Though he is little, he can tipple.
Though honey is sweet, do not lick it off a briar.
Though honey is sweet, don't lick it off a briar.
Though living, dead for all useful purposes.
Though malice may darken truth, it cannot put it out.
Though my present be small, my love goes with it.
Though near shore, you're still in the ocean.
Though physician to others, yet himself full of sores.
Though talking face to face, their hearts are a thousand miles apart.
Though the blind man cannot see it, light remains light.
Though the emperor be rich, he cannot buy one extra year.
Though the fool waits, the day does not.
Though the fox runs, the pullets have wings.
Though the heron flied high the falcon kills it.
Though the mastiff be gentle, yet bite him not by the lip.
Though the palm tree in the jungle is big, who knows how big its yield will be?.
Though the snake be small, it is still wise to hit it with a big stick.
Though the speaker be a fool, let the hearer be wise.
Though the stars may change, our spirits remain the same' (motto of ).
Though the sun shines, leave not your cloak at home.
Though we are negroes, we are men, and have souls.
Though you are a prudent old man, do not despise counsel.
Though you live near a forest, do not waste firewood.
Though you seat the frog on a golden stool, he'll soon jump off it into the pool.
Though you see me with this coat, I have another up the mountain.

Though your bloodhound be gentle, don't bite him on the lip.
Though your enemy is the size of an ant, look upon him as an elephant.
Though your mastiff be gentle, do not bite his lip.
Thought breaks the heart.
Thought is free.
Thought when sober, said when drunk.
Thoughts are toll-free, but not hell-free.
Thousands drink themselves to death before one dies of thirst.
Thousands of men were murdered because of their beautiful wives.
Thread off the world — shirt for naked.
Threatened folks eat bread.
Threatened men eat bread.
Threatened men live long.
Threats are arms for the threatened.
Threats don't kill.
Three Spaniards, four opinions.
Three Z like to be together: drinker, quarreller, tongue-smith.
Three are powerful: the Pope, the king, and the man who has nothing.
Three attempts for a Welshman.
Three bad ones killed Milosh.
Three brothers, three castles.
Three brothers, three fortresses.
Three comforts of old age: fire, tea and tobacco.
Three daughters and a mother are four devils for a father.
Three daughters and their mother, four devils for the father.
Three days of any guest is plenty.
Three diseases without shame: love, itch, and thirst.
Three glasses of wine end a hundred quarrels.
Three hairs are quickly combed.
Three kinds of people die poor: those who divorce, those who incur debts, and those who move around too much.
Three know it, all know it.
Three makes a company.
Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.
Three men helping one another will do as much as six men singly.
Three or four daily will bring you to the bottom of the sack.
Three remedies of the physicians of Myddfai: water, honey, and labour.
Three strikes and you are out.
Three things are good in small doses and bad in big ones: yeast, salt, and hesitation.
Three things come into the house uninvited: debts, age, and death.
Three things drive a man outdoors; smoke, a leaking roof and a scolding wife.
Three things give us hardy strength: sleeping on hairy mattresses, breathing cold air, and eating dry food.
Three things it is best to avoid: a strange dog, a flood, and a man who thinks he is wise.
Three things kill a man: a scorching son, suppers, and cares.
Three things must be shunned: a broken wall, a ferocious dog, and a shrew.
Three things that can't be taught: generosity, poetry and a singing voice.
Three times an early rise makes a whole day.
Three times measure, one time cut. (Measure thrice, cut once; think first, act later.).
Three who held each other are as good as six.
Three women and a goose make a market.

Three women will make as much noise as a market.
Three women, three geese, and three frogs, make a fair.
Three years will eradicate even murderous thoughts.
Three, helping one another, bear the burden of six.
Thrift is a great revenue.
Thrift is better than an annuity.
Thrive by honesty or remain poor.
Through being too knowing the fox lost his tail.
Through dangers to distinction.
Through hardships to the stars' (motto of NASA) from.
Through not spending enough we spend too much.
Through others I am somebody.
Through talking things will be solved.
Throw a lucky man in the sea, and he will come up with a fish in his mouth.
Throw dirt enough, and some will stick.
Throw him into the river and he will come up with a fish in his mouth.
Throw no stones at a sleeping dog.
Throw not the child out with the bath.
Throw out a sprat to catch a mackerel.
Throw that bone to another dog.
Throw the good to your left and right, and you'll find it when you'll need it.
Throwing the hat at it.
Throwing your cap at a bird is not the way to catch it.
Thrust not thy finger in a fool's mouth.
Thunder clouds do not always give rain.
Thunder is not yet rain.
Thundershowers and great men's favour are always partial.
Thus alwaysever to tyrants' (motto of, and on the seal of, the U.S. state of ; attributed to assassin , George Wythe, and perhaps also).
Thus do we reach the stars' (motto of the Canadian Air Force).
Thus let us enjoy ourselves as long as we are young.' (From an old German student's song. It is now regularely used in many different Universities, for example St-Andrews in Scotland).
Thus passes the glory of the world.' Repeated during the coronation of the Pope.
Thus years glide by.
Tide and time wait for no man.
Tie me hand and foot and throw me among my own people.
Tie up the hen that eats at your place and lays eggs elsewhere.
Tied to the sowre apple-tree.
Tigers die and leave their skins; people die and leave their names.
Tigers die and leave their skins; people die and leave their skins.
Time and I against any two.
Time and hour run through the roughest day.
Time and opportunity are in no man's sleeve.
Time and place make the thief.
Time and straw make medlars ripe.
Time and the hour are not to be tied with a rope.
Time and tide wait for no man.
Time and tide wait for none.
Time and words can't be recalled, even if it was only yesterday.

Time betrays and hangs the thief.
Time brings everything, to those who can wait for it.
Time brings roses.
Time builds castles, and time destroys them.
Time chases love away and love chases the time away.
Time covers and discovers everything.
Time cures the sick man, not the ointment.
Time destroys all things.
Time discloses the truth.
Time enough to rest when dead.
Time flees' (i.e., 'time flies'). Originally as 'Sed fugit interea, fugit irreparabile tempus' - translation: 'Meanwhile the irreplaceable time flees.
Time flees, eternity dwells.
Time flees, love stays.
Time fleeth away without delay.
Time flies.
Time flies when you are among friends.
Time flies with hasty step.
Time gained, much gained.
Time gives good advice.
Time goes, death comes.
Time has a forelock, but is bald behind.
Time has no respect for beauty.
Time has strong teeth.
Time heals all wounds.
Time heals old pain, while it creates new ones.
Time is God's and ours.
Time is a good story teller.
Time is a great healer.
Time is a great story teller.
Time is a river of passing events -- a rushing torrent.
Time is an inaudible file.
Time is anger's medicine.
Time is cash.
Time is gold.
Time is longer than a rope.
Time is money.
Time is money. (Henry Ford).
Time is money.' (Henry Ford).
Time is not tied to a post, like a horse to the manger.
Time is the best adviser.
Time is the best counsellor.
Time is the best preacher.
Time is the herald of truth.
Time is the master of him who has no master.
Time is the soul of business.
Time makes hay.
Time makes love pass.
Time makes the best healer.
Time past never returns.
Time reveals all things.
Time runs like the river current.
Time softens animosity.
Time spent laughing is time spent with the Gods.
Time tries a'.
Time tries truth.
Time waits for no man.
Time waits for no one.
Time will tell.
Time works wonders.
Time, wine, women, and fortune, are ever changing.

Times are not always the same; the grass is not always green.
Times change and we with time.

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