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Famous English Proverbs Meanings 9


Famous English Proverbs Meanings 9: Learn a list of examples of famous English proverbs by rearranging the jumbled words. Click ‘Examples of Proverbs 5‘ and ‘Proverbs‘ to learn more examples of proverbs and proverb activities.

Famous English Proverbs Meanings 9 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": "out of sight, out of mind", "clue": "Clue: You soon forget people or things that are no longer visible or present." }, { "question": "more haste, less speed", "clue": "Clue: You make better progress with a task if you don’t try to do it too quickly." }, { "question": "let sleeping dogs lie", "clue": "Clue: Avoid interfering in a situation that is currently causing no problems." }, { "question": "still waters run deep", "clue": "Clue: A quiet or placid manner may conceal a passionate nature." }, { "question": "out of the frying pan into the fire", "clue": "Clue: From a bad situation to one that is worse." }, { "question": "speech is silver silence is golden", "clue": "Clue: Keeping one’s mouth shut is a great virtue." }, { "question": "once bitten, twice shy", "clue": "Clue: an unpleasant experience induces caution." }, { "question": "set a thief to catch a thief", "clue": "Clue: Used to indicate that people will be dealt with strictly in the order in which they arrive or apply." }, { "question": "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery", "clue": "Clue: Copying someone or something is an implicit way of paying them a compliment." }, { "question": "no news is good news", "clue": "Clue: Without information to the contrary you can assume that all is well." }]