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Proverbs starting with E

1: Each bird loves to hear himself sing.
indicates that:

2: Eagles don't catch flies
states that:

3: Early bird catches the worm.
advices that:

4: Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise
advices:

5: Easier said than done.
said for :

6: East is east and west is west
states that:

7: East or West ? home is best.
expression meaning that :

8: Easy come, easy go.
suggests that:

9: Easy does it
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10: Eat at pleasure, drink with measure.
expression advising :

11: Eat to live, not live to ear
meaning that:

12: Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die.
meaning that:

13: Ehat is new cannot be true
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14: Elbow grease is the best polish.
said to mean that:

15: Empty bags cannot stand upright.
suggests that:

16: Empty vessels make the the most sound (or noice).
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17: England is the paradise of women, the hell of horses and the purgatory of servants.
a very old saying:

18: England's difficulty is Ireland's opportunity
suggests:

19: Enough is as good as a feast.
means that:

20: Enough is enough
warning:

21: Envy shoots at others and wounds itself.
considers that:

22: Even a mouse may help a lion
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23: Even a worm will turn.
said for :

24: Even Homer sometimes nods
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25: Even reckoning makes long friends.
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26: Even the best fish smell when they are three days old.
said to mean that:

27: Even the longest day has an end.
reminds that:

28: Every bean has its black.
said to mean that:

29: Every bird likes its own nest.
similar to:

30: Every bullet has it billet.
claims that:

31: Every cloud has a silver lining.
suggests that:

32: Every day is not Sunday.
means that:

33: Every dog has his day.
suggests that:

34: Every dog is a lion at home.
said to mean that:

35: Every dog is valiant at his own door.
means that:

36: Every donkey loves to hear himself bray.
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37: Every flow must have its ebb
declares that:

38: Every herring must hang by its own gill
means that:

39: Every Jack has his Jill.
means that:

40: Every little helps
used to say that:

41: Every man for himself and God for us all
suggests that:

42: Every man for himself and the devil take the hindmost
said for :

43: Every man has a fool in his sleeve.
suggests that:

44: Every man has his hobby-horse.
used when:

45: Every man has his price.
it means that:

46: Every man is the architect of his destiny.
is stating that:

47: Every man thinks his own geese swans.
said to mean that:

48: Every man to his taste.
meaning:

49: Every man to his trade
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50: Every miller draws water to his own mill.
meaning that:

51: Every mother thinks her own gosling a swan.
meaning that:

52: Every oak must be an acorn
expresses that:

53: Every one’s faults are not written in their foreheads.
said to mean that:

54: Every path has its puddle.
used to say that:

55: Every rose has its thorns.
means that:

56: Every shoe fits not every foot.
meaning that:

57: Every tub must stand on its own bottom.
declares that:

58: Every white has its black, and every sweet its sour.
means that:

59: Every why has a wherefore.
means:

60: Everybody loves a lord
means that:

61: Everybody's business is nobody's business.
meaning that:

62: Everything comes to him who waits.
said to mean that:

63: Everything in the garden is rosy.
expression for :

64: Everything is good in its season.
or:

65: Evey law has a loophole
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66: Evil to him who evil thinks
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67: Example is better than precept
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68: Experience is the mother of wisdom.
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69: Experience keeps a dear school, but fools learn in no other.
said to mean that:

70: Experience keeps no school, she teaches her pupils singly.
meaning:

71: Expirience is the best teacher
from:

72: Extremes meet.
said to mean that: