127 Proverbs about Fine / Page 12
111. We have a fine day more often than a kiln-cast.
112. Fine words don't feed cats.
113. Work the fields on a fine day, study on a rainy day.
114. A worthy man is still worthy even penniless, a donkey is a donkey even if he is finely saddled.
115. He who wears too fine clothes, shall go about in rags.
116. Fine feathers make fine birds.
117. Learning is fine clothes for the rich man, and riches for the poor man.
118. Praise the fine day in the evening.
119. Better a gude fame than a fine face.
120. A house is a fine house when good folks are within.