Proverbs/Idioms Listमुहावरे/लोकोक्तियाँ

  1. Caesar is not above the grammarians
  2. Call of the times
  3. Call to account (to reprimand)
  4. Calling a spade a spade
  5. Camel going to seek horns, lost his ears
  6. Can you teach an old woman to dance
  7. Care killed the cat
  8. Carefully
  9. Carry two faces under one hood
  10. Carrying coal to new castle
  11. Cast in the same mould
  12. Casting aspersions
  13. Casting pearls before a swine
  14. Cat has nine lives
  15. Catch a weasel asleep
  16. Cat's paw
  17. Caviar to the general
  18. Chace meeting
  19. Change in fortunes (usually for the worse)
  20. Change is inevitable
  21. Change of fortune is the lot of life
  22. Charity begins at home
  23. Cheap goods are dear in the long run
  24. Cheating the devil
  25. Children and fools tell the truth
  26. Child's play
  27. Chips of the same block
  28. Claming to belong to a dominant group
  29. Clandestingely, surreptitiously
  30. Claw me and i'll claw thee
  31. Clear conscience is a sure card
  32. Close attachment
  33. Closest to one's heart
  34. Closing of a chapter
  35. Cock and bull story
  36. Coming events cast their shadows before
  37. Compelling need knows no scruples
  38. Completely
  39. Conditions to become favorable
  40. Confused
  41. Conservative
  42. Constant dripping wears away a stone
  43. Constant source of annoyance
  44. Continually unaffected by external changes
  45. Cough is the root-cause of all physical ailments and the jest of all conflicts
  46. Count not your chickens before they are hatched
  47. Counting one's chickens before they are hatched
  48. Counting the beads and concealing a dagger in the breast
  49. Crached pipkins are discovered by their sound
  50. Critical hour
  51. Cross on the breast and the devil in the heart
  52. Crown of thorns
  53. Crows are never the white for washing
  54. Crows are never the whiter for washing
  55. Cry for the moon
  56. Cry in wilderness
  57. Crystal clear
  58. Cuckold was very cunning
  59. Current of thoughts
  60. Curst cows have short horns
  61. Cut down an oak and set up a strawdberry
  62. Cut your coat according to your cloth
  63. Cut your coat accouring to your cloth
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रफ़्तार पर उपलब्ध कराये जा रहे मुहावरे सेवा के जरिए आप मुहावरे एवं लोकोक्तियां खोज सकते हैं। अंग्रेजी एवं हिंदी दोनो ही भाषाओं में अक्षरों से अनुसार उपलब्ध कराये जा रहे मुहावरों में से आप अपनी मुहावरों से संबंधित खोज का पूरा कर सकते हैं।
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