Ear, Eat and Education : Proverbs
Key-Words Based Proverbs
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.
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.
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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