American Proverb Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old American Proverb quotes, American Proverb sayings, and American Proverb proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.

You can't tell a book by its cover. American Proverb
An ounce of discretion is worth a pound of wit. American Proverb
Don't judge a book by its cover. American Proverb
Excuses are merely nails used to build a house of failure. American Proverb
It is better to be safe than sorry. American Proverb
Arrogance is a roadblock on the highway of wisdom. American Proverb
An arrogant bug is a cocky roach. American Proverb
Arrogance is a kingdom without a crown. American Proverb
Wishes won't wash dishes. American Proverb
Never miss a good chance to shut up. American Proverb
If you look back, you'll soon be going that way. American Proverb
Every sin carries its own punishment. American Proverb
He falls into the pit who leads another to it. American Proverb
Harm set, harm get. American Proverb
To keep a customer demands as much skill as to win one. American Proverb
There are plenty of fish in the sea. American Proverb
An ounce of charm is worth a pound of lure. American Proverb
A diamond on a dunghill is a precious diamond still. American Proverb
You can put your boots in the oven but that doesn't make them biscuits. American Proverb
It takes a heap of licks to strike a nail in the dark. American Proverb
A woman and a glass are never out of danger. American Proverb
The more women look in their glass the less they look in their house. American Proverb
Handle with care women and glass. American Proverb
The second wife always sits on the right knee. American Proverb
To wash a pig is to waste both water and soap. American Proverb
A girl with cotton stockings never sees a mouse. American Proverb
Before borrowing from a friend, decide which you need most. American Proverb
To keep a customer demands as much skill as to win one. American Proverb
If the newly-married couple were to dance together on their wedding day, the wife would thenceforth rule the roast. American Proverb
He that tells his wife news is but newly married. American Proverb