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Proverbs starting with M

1: Made in heaven
expression meaning:

2: Make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
said to mean:

3: Make haste slowly.
suggests that:

4: Make hay while the sun shines.
advices that:

5: Man proposes but God disposes.
said to mean that:

6: Manners make the man.
said to mean that:

7: Many a fine dish has nothing on it.
said when:

8: Many a good cow has a bad calf.
said when:

9: Many a good father has but a bad son.
expresses that:

10: Many a little makes a mickle.
used to say that:

11: Many a true word is spoken in jest.
used to say that:

12: Many hands make light work.
expresses the idea that :

13: Many men, many minds.
said to mean that:

14: Many things happen between the cup and the lip
expresses that:

15: Many words hurt more than swords.
used to say that:

16: Many words will not fill a bushel.
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17: March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.
used to mean that:

18: March winds bring April showers; April showers bring May flowers.
expression for:

19: Marriages are made in heaven.
suggests that:

20: Marry in haste, repent as leisure.
said to mean that:

21: Measure for measure.
meaning that:

22: Measure thrice and cut once.
used to say that:

23: Memory is the treasure of the mind.
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24: Men make houses, women make homes.
states that:

25: Men may meet but mountains never.
expression meaning:

26: Mend or end.
advices that:

27: Might goes before right.
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28: Misery loves company
suggests that:

29: Misfortunes never come alone (or singly).
It has been observed that:

30: Misfortunes tell us what fortune is.
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31: Money begets money.
used to say that:

32: Money doesn't grow on trees.
said to mean that:

33: Money has no smell.
means that:

34: Money is a good servant but a bad master.
said to mean that:

35: Money often unmakes the men who make it.
said to mean that:

36: Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain.
in other words:

37: Monkey see, monkey do
suggests that:

38: More haste, less speed.
used to say that:

39: Much ado about nothing.
meaning:

40: Much will have more.
meaning:

41: Muck and money go together.
signifies that:

42: Murder will out.
used to say that:

43: My house is my castle.
used to say that: