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Irish Proverbs

Irish Proverbs

A silent mouth is musical.

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A constant guest is never welcome.

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Death is a poor man's best physician.

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Have a mouth of ivy and a heart of holly.

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No heat like that of shame.

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How many mourn the want of possessions; yet the strong, the brave, and the rich,
all go to the grave at last; like the poor, and the emaciated, and the infant.

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If the head cannot bear the glory of the crown, better be without it.

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Conversation is the cure for every sorrow. Even contention is better than loneliness.

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Have sense, patience, and self-restraint, and no mischief will come.

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Reputation is more enduring than life.

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Associate with the nobles, but be not cold to the poor and lowly.

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The peacemaker is never in the way.

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A short visit is best, and that not too often,
even to the house of a friend.

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True greatness knows gentleness.

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Good fortune often abides with a fool.

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The tree remains, but not the hand that planted it.

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The lake is not encumbered by the swan; nor the steed by the bridle;
nor the sheep by the wool; nor the man by the soul that is in him.

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No sorrow like the loss of friends.

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Face the sun, but turn your back to the storm.

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A meeting in the sun is lucky, and a burying in the rain.

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A man with loud talk makes truth itself seem folly.

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Better April showers than the breadth of the ocean in gold.

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No pain like that of refusal.

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Falling is easier than rising.

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It is difficult to soothe the proud.

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There is no joy without affliction.

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Idleness is a fool's desire.

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