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War proverbs


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Here is a collection of meaningful proverbs about war.

Here is a collection of meaningful proverbs about war.

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  • 1. War SayingsProverbs About War Image Credit: © Werg | Dreamstime Stock Photos & Stock Free Images
  • 2. For one general to succeed,the bones of ten thousand soldiers lie drying.(Japanese Proverb)
  • 3. ho has a handsome wife, castle on the fro ineyard on the roadside is never without (Spanish Proverb)
  • 4. If men become sheep, the wolf will devour them. (English Proverb)
  • 5. When the bird is in a snare, its cry is peculiar. (African Proverb)
  • 6. Hunger makes forts surrender. (Greek Proverb)
  • 7. Control barbarians with barbarians. (Japanese Proverb)
  • 8. Cavalry horses delight in battle. (Chinese Proverb)
  • 9. Vi c t or y or de f e a t i s t he de(J a p a n e s e P r o v e r b )
  • 10. War is pleasant to those who have not tried it. (German Proverb)
  • 11. Those in quarrels interpose must often wipe a bloody nose.(American Proverb)
  • 12. Everything above falls to earth at the(African Proverb)
  • 13. A mouse with but one holeeasily meets its death.(African Proverb)
  • 14. Sparrows who emulate peacocksare likely to break a thigh. (Burmese Proverb)
  • 15. The gun is not to be held carelessly. (African Proverb)
  • 16. A rat who gnaws at a cat’s tail invites destruction. (Chinese Proverb)
  • 17. The disagreements of women give birth to the wars of men. (Japanese Proverb)
  • 18. A mo u s e w i t h b u t one hol e e a s i l (African Proverb)
  • 19. A starved town is soon forced to surrende(Italian Proverb)
  • 20. Better to be eaten by a lionthan by a hyena.(Lebanese Proverb)
  • 21. Money is sharper than a sword. (African Proverb)
  • 22. Find more interesting proverbs here: Proverbs about stealing Proverbs on loneliness Proverbs about sports Proverbs about cheating Image Credit: © Werg | Dreamstime Stock Photos & Stock Free Images