A List of Proverbs

This is A List of Proverbs beginning with
H. Use a proverb from This List wisely in your writings and speech and make yourself brief.

• Habit is second nature.

• Hail fellow, well met.

• Half a loaf is better than no bread.

• Hasty climbers have sudden falls.

• He gives twice that gives in a trice.

• He is idle that might be better employed.

• He is richest that has fewest wants.

• He knows most who speaks least.

• He knows which way the wind blows.

• He laughs best that laughs last.

• He runs with the hounds and hunts with the hare, himself must either hold or drive.

• He that comes first to the hill may sit where he will.

• He that doth lend doth lose his friend.

• He that goes borrowing goes sorrowing.

• He who knows little soon repents it.

• He who knows nothing doubts noting.

• He that loves glass without G takes away L, and that is he.

• He that will eat the kernel must crack the nut.

• He that will not when he may, when he will he shall have any.

• He that will thrive must rise at five; He that hath thriven may lie till seven.

• He who ceases to pray ceases to prosper.

• He who likes borrowing dislikes paying.

• He’s no man who cannot say “No",

• His bark is worse than his bite.

• His heart is in his boots.

• Home is home, though it never be so homely.

• Honest men marry soon, wise men not at all.

• Honesty is the best policy.

• Hope is the last thing that we lose.

• Hope springs eternal in the human breast.

• Hunger is the best sauce.

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