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Better a portion in a wife than with a wife.

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A poor beauty finds more lovers than husbands.


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Arthur couldnt tame womans tongue.

Who goes to Westminster for a wife, to Pauls for a man and to Smithfield for a horse, may meet with a whore, a knave and a jade.

Genoa has mountains without wood, sea without fish, women without shame, and man without conscience.


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Woman is woe to man.


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Women will have the last word. Women are great talkers.

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Women have long hair and short brains.

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Whores affect not you but your money.

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Wine makes old wives wenches.

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Take head of a person marked and a widow thrice married.


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In choosing a wife, and buying a sword, we ought not to trust another.

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A man of straw is worth a woman of gold.

Man, woman and devil are the three degrees of comparison.

A bad woman is worse than a bad man.

Deeds are males, and words are females.

Men get wealth and women keep it.

Women's instinct is often truer than men's reasoning.

Women on mischief are wiser than men .

^ A man is as old as he feels, and a woman as ld as she looks.

Men make houses, women make homes.


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All women are good .

Woeful is the household that wants a woman.

Woman is the snares of Satan.

Women are the devils nets.

No war without a woman.

Women are like wasps in their anger.

Woman is the key to lifes mystery.

Theres hardly a strife in which a woman has not been a prime mover.

A woman is a weathercock ;

Women are as wavering as the wind.

A woman either loves or hates in extremes.

Women naturally deceive, weep and spin.

A maid and a virgin is not all



A womans strength is her tongue.

A womans answer is never to seek.

Three women make a market.

Where there are women and geese, there wants no noise

A woman conceals what she knows not , .

The gist of a ladys letter is in the postscript.

Women laugh when they can and weep when they will

^ Early rain and womens tears are soon over.

Trust not a woman when she weeps.

Women have long hair and short brains .

A womans advice is no great thing, but he who wont take it is a fool.

A woman needs but a look on her apron-string to find an excuse.

Because is a womans reason.

Woman, priests and poultry have never enough.

Maids want nothing but husbands, and when they have them they want everything.

A woman's place is at home

House goes mad when woman gads.

A careless hussy makes many thieves.

A woman and a glass are ever in danger.

Wine and wenches empty mens purses.

Three things cost dear: the caresses of a dog, the love of a whore and the invitation of a host.

A whore in a fine dress is like a clean entry to a dirty house.

^ Woman and music should never be dated.

Never trust a woman, even if she has born you seven.

From the evil woman guard yourself and the good one never trust.

Woman resists in order to be conquered.

A woman kissed is half taken.



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All are good lasses, but whence come the bad wives.

In choosing a wife, and buying a sword, we ought not to trust another.

Choose a wife on a Saturday rather than a Sunday

The grey mare is the best horse.

A cheerful wife is the joy of life.

A good wife and health is a mans best.

A young maid married to an old man is like a new house thatched with old straw.

Better to be an old mans darling than a young mans slave.

The most masters wear no breeches.

Where the mistress is the master the parsley grows the faster.

Three things drive a man out of his house smoke, rain and a scolding wife.

^ Its a sad house where the hen crows louder than the cock.

A groaning horse and a groaning wife never fail the.

Its better to marry a shrew than a sheep.

A good husband makes a good wife.

Wives must be had be they good or bad.

If you sell your purse to your wife, give your breeks into the bargain.

He that tells his wife news is but newly married.

He that loses his wife and sixpence, has lost a tester.

A dead wifes the best goods in a mans house.

A tocherless dame sits long at home.

Better a portion in a wife than with a wife.


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A mothers love never ages.

^ A mothers love is best of all.

A light- heeled mother makes a heavy-heeled daughter.

A pitiful mother makes a scabby daughter - 

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Doted daughters make daddling wives.

Like mother, like daughter .

^ Marry your son when you will, your daughters when you can.

Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law are tempest and hailstorm.

She is will married who has neither mother-in-law nor sister-in-law by her.

Never marry a widow unless her first husband was hanged.

He that marries a widow and two children marries three thieves.

He that woos a maid, must seldom come in her sight, but he that woos a widow must woo her day and night.

^ A maid marries to please her parents, a widow to please herself .


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When an ass climbs a ladder, we may find wisdom in a woman.

Women in state affairs are like monkeys in glass-houses.

^ Old maids lead apes in hell.

Two women in a house, Two cats and a mouse, Two dogs and a bone, Will never accord in one.

A woman, a dog, and a walnut tree, the more you beat them the better they be.

A man who kicks his dog will beat his wife.

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All meats to be eaten, and all maids to be wed.

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^ A little house well filled, a little field well tilled, and a little wife well willed are great riches.

He that gets a ship or a wife will always have trouble.:

A fair wife and frontier castle breed quarrels.

Three things breed jealousy, a mighty state, a rich treasury, and a fair wife.



The nice wife and back door rob the house.

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The world is full of care, much like a bubble; women and care, and care and women, and women and care and trouble.

^ Woman is woe to man.

Three things drive a man out of his house: smoke, rain, and a scolding wife.

Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law are a tempest and a hailstorm.

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

Women are necessary evils.


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A good surgeon must have an eagles eye, a lions heart and a ladys hand.

Anglesey is the mother of Wales.

^ Beautys sister is vanity, and its daughter is lust.

Congruity is the mother of love.

Experience is the mistress of fools.

Experience is the mother of wisdom.

Diligence is the mother of good fortune.

Faithfulness is a sister of love.

Fortune is the mistress of the field.

Fortune to one is mother, to another is stepmother.

Four good mothers have four bad daughters: truth, hatred; prosperity, pride; security, peril; familiarity, contempt.

Haste is the mother of imperfection.

^ Haste is the sister of repentance.

Ignorance is the mother of devotion.

Knowledge is the mother of all virtue; all vice proceeds from ignorance.

Necessity is the mother of invention.

Night is the mother of counsel.



Poverty is the mother of crime.

Poverty is the mother of health.

The mother of mischief is no bigger than a midges wind.

The world is like a dancing girl it dances for a little while to everyone.

Trade is the mother of money.

Trust is the mother of deceit.

Truth is Gods daughter.

Truth is times daughter.

Virtue and happiness are mother and daughter.

Whatsoever was the father of a disease, an ill diet was the mother.

Wonder is the daughter of ignorance.



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