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Common English Proverbs with Meanings

Attack is the best form of defence.

This proverb means that when you are in some trouble, it is better to tackle the situation in a positive and aggressive way than be submissive.

Ask a silly question and you get a silly answer.

This proverb means that if you ask someone a follish question, you cannot expect a serious answer.

As you sow, so you reap.

This proverb means that you will have to accept the result of your actions.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

This proverb means that eating an apple or fruits daily will keep a man healthy and free from all the diseases.

Appearances are deceptive.

This proverb means that you can not predict the character or nature of a person from his/her looks.

All's well that ends well.

This proverb means that if a situation has a happy ending, it does not matter what problems or difficulties occured before that.

All is fair in love and war.

This proverb means that Any action, good or bad, to achieve victory in love or war is acceptable.

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

This proverb means that Working all the time will make a person boring and uninteresting.

A trouble shared is a trouble halved.

This proverb means that if we discuss our problems with someone, it always helps.

A penny saved is a penny earned.

This proverb means that if you save some money, it is as if you have earned it again because the money is with you

common English Proverbs with their meanings.

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