Don't worry about something before it has happened. Your fears may be groundless, for it may never happen.
Proverbs containing the word Come
Here 'come home to roost' means 'recoil upon the originator', just as when a stone thrown up into the air comes down on the head of the thrower.... Read more →
Because the Christmas festival comes only once a year, it is suggested that we ought to be tolerant and overlook people’s riotous behaviour -... Read more →
A professional fisherman can find some use for all the fish he pulls out of he sea, he cannot afford to be too particular. The proverb advises... Read more →
Adapt yourself to new surroundings or conditions. Another way of saying this is When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
Pleasures cannot go on for ever, for all things change, and The best of friends must part.
Deal with things as they arise.
This optimistically suggests that, just as there is inevitably a calm after a storm, there must be something better after every piece of... Read more →
Those who get money without effort usually squander it. 'Young Willis inherited ten thousand pounds less than two years ago, and now he hasn't a... Read more →