This means that if you mix with evil companions you will soon be as wicked as they are.
Proverbs containing the word Company
This is sometimes quoted as 'Two's company, three's a crowd.' Two friends often agree well on their own; but the presence of a third may lead to... Read more →
This is similar to Birds of a feather flock together. Benjamin Hapgood Burt, the American lyricst, wrote the following delightful jingle: One... Read more →
We all tend to seek the company of those whose tastes or interests are similar to our own.
A journey on foot seems much longer when we make it alone than when we do it with pleasant companions.
Those deserving of reward do not often receive it. The reward is not necessarily a payment in cash. The proverb can mean that those most... Read more →