Proverbs starting with letter M

Make the best of a bad bargain

Here 'bargain' does not refer to something bought cheaply, but to an agreement made between two parties. When one party realizes too late that... Read more →

Make hay while the sun shines

Do not wait until tomorrow, for a rain may ruin the harvest. By extension this means that we should always take advantage of favorable... Read more →

Make haste slowly

Don't do anything in too much of a hurry.