Ear, Eat and Education : Proverbs





Key-Words Based Proverbs



Ear :



  • Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice.



  • Kings have many ears and many eyes.



  • Hungry bellies have no ears.



  • Where more is meant that meets the ear.



  • Eat :



  • The way to an Englishman's heart is through his stomach.



  • When meat is in, anger is out.



  • Eat to live and not live to eat.



  • Sweet things are bad for the teeth.



  • Feed by measure and defy the physician.



  • He that eats least eats most.



  • After dinner sit awhile. After supper walk a mile.



  • Help you to salt. Help you to sorrow.



  • Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are.



  • An army marches on its stomach.



  • The proof of the pudding is in the eating.



  • All things require skill but an appetite.



  • Education :



  • Never too late to learn.



  • Knowledge has bitter roots but sweet fruits.



  • There is no royal road to learning.



  • Education polishes good natures and correcteth bad ones.



  • Learn not and know not.



  • Education is the transmission of civilization.



  • Nothing so much worth as a mind well educated.



  • Education is the chief defense of a nation.











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