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Top 10 proverbs in English

First catch your hare.

This proverb means that there is no point in planning what you are going to do with something until you actually do it.

First deserve, then desire.

This proverb means that Before you begin to hope to possess something, make sure you are qualified for it.

First come, first served.

This proverb emphasizes the importance of promptness if you wish to obtain or achieve something.

First things first.

This proverb means that we should do the things according to priority.

First impression is the last impression.

This proverb means what you first think of someone, has an effect on your long term opinion about him.

Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.

This proverb means that the people who have little experience or knowledge of a situation, often tact hastily and wrecklessly and attempt to deal with difficult or sensitive things which wiser, more experienced, or more tactful people would not.

Flattery brings friends, truth enemies.

This proverb means that People like to hear good things said about them although they may not be the truth.

Forewarned is forearmed.

This proverb means that you are much more able to deal with a situation if you have some advance warning of it and can make any necessary preparations.

Fretting cares make grey hairs.

This proverb means that worrying is a negative activity that can age you prematurely.

Any port in a storm.

This proverb means that in a difficult situation you are ready to avail any help that is offered.

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