Company, Complaint, Compromise,
Conceit & Confidence : Proverbs





Key-Words Based Proverbs



Company :



  • A man is known by the company he keeps.



  • As a man is, so his company.



  • Good company upon the road is the shortest cut.



  • Two is company, three is crowd.



  • Better be alone than in bad company.



  • Complaint :



  • Complaints are lies in court clothes.



  • He complains wrongfully of the sea that twice suffers shipwreck.



  • To have a crow to pluck with someone.



  • Compromise :



  • Better bend than break.



  • Compromise anything for a quiet life.



  • To run with the hare and hunt with the hounds.



  • Conceit :



  • Great braggers, little doers.



  • They can do least who boast loudest.



  • There is no such flatterer as a man's self.



  • Men love to hear well of themselves.



  • Every bird loves to hear himself sing.



  • Never be boastful, someone may pass who know you as a child.



  • Confidence :



  • Between you and me and the post.



  • Act as if it were impossible to fail.



  • Confidence carries conviction.



  • Skill and confidence are an unconquered army.



  • Confidence is a plant of slow growth.











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