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Famous English Proverbs Meanings 6


Famous English Proverbs Meanings 6: Learn a list of examples of famous English proverbs by rearranging the jumbled words. Click ‘Examples of Proverbs 3‘ and ‘Proverbs‘ to learn more examples of proverbs and proverb activities.

Famous English Proverbs Meanings 6 includes a list of examples of famous English proverbs in the wrong order and you have to put them in the right order. Practise your knowledge of proverbs by rearranging the jumbled proverbs. Read each clue, to know the proverb hidden in the jumbled words. Enjoy unscrambling proverbs!

[{ "question": "a bad workman always blames his tools", "clue": "Clue: A person who has done something badly will seek to lay the blame on their equipment rather than admit their own lack of skill." }, { "question": "a fool and his money are soon parted", "clue": "Clue: A foolish person spends money carelessly and will soon be penniless." }, { "question": "a miss is as good as a mile", "clue": "Clue: The fact of failure or escape is not affected by the narrowness of the margin." }, { "question": "a stitch in time saves nine", "clue": "Clue: If you sort out a problem immediately it may save extra work later." }, { "question": "he who laughs last laughs longest", "clue": "Clue: Don’t rejoice too soon, in case your delight at your own good fortune is premature." }, { "question": "he who pays the piper calls the tune", "clue": "Clue: The person who provides the money for something has the right to determine how it’s spent." }, { "question": "cut your coat according to your cloth", "clue": "Clue: Undertake only what you have the money or ability to do and no more." }, { "question": "enough is as good as a feast", "clue": "Clue: Moderation is more satisfying than excess." }, { "question": "faint heart never won fair lady", "clue": "Clue: Timidity will prevent you from achieving your objective." }, { "question": "fine words butter no parsnips", "clue": "Clue: Nothing is achieved by empty promises or flattery." }]