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Definition of proverb:

Usage examples for proverb

  1. You know what the old proverb says, " Where there is no vision, the people perish," and that is what we lack.  "The Pomp of Yesterday" by Joseph Hocking
  2. Nothing ever becomes real till it is experienced- Even a Proverb is no proverb to you till your Life has illustrated it.  Letters of John Keats to His Family and Friends by John Keats
  3. This is a Gipsy variation of an old proverb.  The English Gipsies and Their Language by Charles G. Leland
  4. Then he remembered the Greek proverb-" The bath drives away sorrow;" and he determined to go and bathe.  Saint Augustin by Louis Bertrand