Weakness, Wealth and Weather : Proverbs
Key-Words Based Proverbs
Every man has his weak side.
The weakest goes to the wall.
Weak men had need be witty.
The thread breaks where it is weakest.
Who is wealthy and free is rich.
Surplus wealth is a sacred trust.
All wealth is a product of labour.
Wealth either serves or enslaves the possessor.
A bolt does not always fall when it thunders.
A cold April bread and wine.
A dripping June sets all in June.
A snow year is a rich year.
April showers bring forth May flowers.
Calm weather in June sets corn in tune.
Fair weather cometh out of North.
If in February there be no rain, neither good for hay nor rain.
In fair weather prepare for foul.
Rain before seven, fine before eleven.
So many mists in March, so many frosts in May.
When the wind is in the West, the weather is at the best.
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