Proverbs/Idioms Listमुहावरे/लोकोक्तियाँ

  1. A bad name is worse than wickedness
  2. A bad workman quarrels with his tools
  3. A bear sucking his paws
  4. A bird in hand is worth two in the bush
  5. A bird of ill-omen
  6. A black sheep infects the whole flock
  7. A blind man is no judge of colours
  8. A blot on one's escutcheon
  9. A bolt from the blue
  10. A bosom friend
  11. A box containing amazing variety of odd things
  12. A broken feather in one's wing
  13. A broken sack will hold no corn
  14. A bundle of mischief
  15. A burnt child dreads the fire
  16. A camouflage
  17. A cheap buyer takes bad meat
  18. A childhood pal
  19. A child's play
  20. A closed mouth catches no flies
  21. A close-fisted man
  22. A cobbler should stick to his last
  23. A common horse is worst shod
  24. A concealed danger
  25. A confused ruler, a chaotic state
  26. A constant cause of misery
  27. A cry in the wilderness
  28. A cry in wilderness
  29. A cunning fellow
  30. A dangerous place
  31. A dare devil
  32. A dense croud
  33. A dependable and most trusted associate
  34. A dependable person
  35. A dimwit
  36. A dog-in-the manger
  37. A dog-like sleep
  38. A downright fool
  39. A drop in the ocean
  40. A drowning man catches at a straw
  41. A fair face and foul heart
  42. A fair face cannot have a crabbed heart
  43. A fair face needs no paints
  44. A fair name to be tarnished
  45. A family line to be extinguished
  46. A far-sighted view
  47. A figure among ciphers
  48. A fly in the ointment
  49. A foe in the garb of a friend
  50. A fool who apes the wise man
  51. A fool's bolt is soon shot
  52. A fox should not be on the jury at a goose's trail
  53. A friend in need
  54. A friend in need is a friend indeed
  55. A full purse never lacks friends
  56. A gem in refuse, a jewel in rags
  57. A godsend
  58. A good marksman may miss the mark
  59. A good word costs nothing
  60. A greedy man is always a needy man
  61. A happy augury for money to come in soon
  62. A hessian
  63. A hireling
  64. A hourse of cards
  65. A house of cards
  66. A hurdle on the way
  67. A large issue lurking behing a seemingly trivial question
  68. A lie has no legs to stand upon
  69. A light in darkness
  70. A light purse is a great curse
  71. A lingering sorrow to revive
  72. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing
  73. A little learning is a dangerous thing
  74. A little pot is soon hot
  75. A logical utterance
  76. A lone soldier cannot win a battle
  77. A lone soldier cannot win a war
  78. A long tongue has a short hand
  79. A long way off. far off
  80. A longing to be fulfilled
  81. A loss to be sustained
  82. A low born person feels proud of his honour
  83. A lucky guy
  84. A man is known by the company he keeps
  85. A man with brain topsy-turvy
  86. A man's follyis his greatest secret
  87. A mercenary
  88. A most disappointing result
  89. A mountain hidden behind a mole-hill
  90. A move that yielded success
  91. A new broom sweeps clean
  92. A nine day's wonder
  93. A nitwit
  94. A nitwit with a fat purse
  95. A nod to the wise
  96. A penny plain and two pence coloured
  97. A person of loose character
  98. A person with constantly varying views
  99. A phenomenon impossible to occur
  100. A pimple has gron upon an ulcer
  101. A pimple has grown upon an ulcer
  102. A place of comfort and security
  103. A plan to fail
  104. A precise and to-the-point answer
  105. A prophet is seldom honoured in his own country
  106. A pund in the purse is worth two in books
  107. A puppet in the hands of
  108. A puppet inthe hands of
  109. A quack endangers life
  110. A really noble heart will never disgrace oneself
  111. A recommendee
  112. A robber in the garb of a saint
  113. A rolling stone gathers no moss
  114. A self evident fact requires no proof
  115. A self-evident fact requires no proof
  116. A short-lived happiness
  117. A single misfortune will not bring disaster
  118. A small fry
  119. A smokescreen
  120. A smooth operator
  121. A snake in the grass
  122. A soft answer turns away wrath
  123. A solution to appear in sight
  124. A spineless person
  125. A squabble to break out between
  126. A starving person
  127. A stitch in time saves nine
  128. A strikingly remarkable utterance
  129. A stupid person
  130. A sudden calamity to befall
  131. A suggestive paradox throwing light
  132. A tale that knows no end
  133. A thrashed army resorts to rampage
  134. A tough old fellow
  135. A trickster
  136. A verbal duel
  137. A very dangerous person
  138. A wandering ascetic and flowig water are unfathomable
  139. A watched pot never boils
  140. A water bubble
  141. A windfall
  142. A wise fox will never rob his neibhour's hen-roost
  143. A wish that did not materialize
  144. A wonder casket
  145. A word to the wise
  146. A world of difference
  147. A worthless fellow
  148. Absolutely exact
  149. Achilles'heel
  150. Act in haste, have nasty taste
  151. Actual testing
  152. Addle-headed
  153. Adjournment motion
  154. Adversity flatters no man
  155. Afflicted by ill luck
  156. After death, the doctor (help arrived when it was too late)
  157. After me, the deluge
  158. After me, the deluge (i care not what happens when i am dead)
  159. Airs and graces
  160. All are not alike
  161. All are not saints that go to the church
  162. All between cradle and coffin is uncertain
  163. All cats look grey in the dark
  164. All covet, all lost
  165. All his geese are swans
  166. All is well that ends well
  167. All one'a goese are swans
  168. All that glitters is not gold
  169. All the glow of one's face is gone
  170. Alms giving never made any man poor
  171. Alms to the poor is lending to the lord
  172. An affair from which one cannot emerge unscathed
  173. An altercation
  174. An angler eats more than he gets
  175. An apathetic government
  176. An ape is an ape, thouh clad in silk or scarlet
  177. An apple of one's eyes
  178. An ass in lion's skin
  179. An ass with two panniers
  180. An authority difficult to wield
  181. An eagle does not hawk at flies
  182. An easy job
  183. An empty mind is a devil's workshop
  184. An empty vessel thunders much
  185. An example is better than precept
  186. An experience beyond words
  187. An eye sore
  188. An idle ma's brain is a devil's workshop
  189. An ill-conceived scheme
  190. An important work being attempted by an unimportant person
  191. An infirm structure
  192. An insignificant being
  193. An intruder
  194. An invaluable remark
  195. An old dog learns no new tricks
  196. An omen for monetary gain
  197. An omen for money to flow in
  198. An open door will tempt even a saint
  199. An unpleasant situation getting worse
  200. An unprincipled person
  201. An unusual assortment of defferent kinds of elements
  202. An unwanted person
  203. An unwelcome presence
  204. Angry man is seldom at ease
  205. Anything not to be relied on
  206. Apple of one's eyes
  207. Apple sauce
  208. April showers bring forth may flowers
  209. As broad as it is long
  210. As commanded
  211. As different as chalk from cheese
  212. As like as chalk to cheese
  213. As long as there is life, there is hope
  214. As rich as a new shorn sheep
  215. As the crow flies
  216. As the crow is, so the egg shall be
  217. As the king, so are the subjects
  218. As the name, so are the attributes
  219. As you sow, so shall you reap
  220. As you sow, so shall you reep
  221. As you wish!
  222. At all costs
  223. At any cost
  224. At death's door
  225. At random
  226. At throw-away price
  227. Authentic statement
  228. Avarice is the root of all evils
English to Hindi Dictionary

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