Proverbs with the word Part

A fool and his money are soon parted

This is a similar proverb to Easy come, easy go. A wise man spends his money prudently; a foolish man spends his without thought and is soon... Read more →

Discretion is the better part of valour

Although a brave man is better than a coward, caution is often better than rashness. Tom might say to Harry: 'I dare you walk along the edge of... Read more →

The best of friends must part

This is on the same theme as All good things come to an end. The words can be found in the chorus of There is a Tavern in the Town: Fare thee... Read more →