use proverb in a sentence.
Every proverb is unequivocally unique.
Which they often do, hence the proverb.
I've always said that for each and every proverb, there's an equal and opposite proverb.
But I wouldn't have learned a cool new latin proverb.
The conclusion of this was very much in line with my proverb that "every proverb has an equal and opposite counterpart.
A picture worth 1000 words is a Chinese proverb, and you can inference from it the 1001 words sentence, so it's a Chinese proverb too.
Reminds me of a Dutch proverb: "He who thinks in quarters will never be a millionaire.
And never forget the old Klingon proverb: Revenge is a dish best served cold
Ah, but it is a proverb in its less nuanced sense all the same.
Yes, as the Asian proverb goes:"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.
I think all you two have proven is that the proverb doesn't really apply here :-)
I've never understood the citation of proverb in lieue of argument
French Proverb: "Those who do not do politics will be done in by politics.
There is an old proverb for this approach: penny wise, pound foolish.