Weakness, Wealth and Weather : Proverbs

Key-Words Based Proverbs

Weakness :

  • 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.

  • Wealth :

  • 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.

  • Weather :

  • 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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