Crossword Clues

Crossword Clues
Answer
Clue Answer
"HASTE MAKES WASTE" OR "HE WHO HESITATES IS LOST" ADAGE
"IF YOU WANT TO GO FAST, GO ALONE. IF YOU WANT TO GO FAR, GO TOGETHER," E.G. ADAGE
A SAYING OR PROVERB EXPRESSING A GENERAL TRUTH. ADAGE
SAMPLER SENTENCE ADAGE
"A STITCH IN TIME...," E.G. ADAGE
SHORT SAYING ADAGE
SAW GIRL, HUGE, BEING CUT IN HALF ADAGE
"PENNY WISE, POUND FOOLISH," E.G. ADAGE
SAYING HOW AGED A TURN CAN BE ADAGE
"WASTE NOT, WANT NOT," FOR ONE ADAGE
"BEAUTY IS ONLY SKIN-DEEP," E.G. ADAGE
"WHAT GOES UP MUST COME DOWN," E.G. ADAGE
A TRADITIONAL MAXIM / PROVERB ADAGE
BIT OF OLD WISDOM ADAGE
"CURIOSITY KILLED THE CAT," E.G. ADAGE
INSTRUCTIONAL STORY ADAGE
ANY OF AESOP'S MORALS ADAGE
SAW NOTICE WITH ONLY HALF THE MEETING'S ITEMS ADAGE
PROVERB EXPRESSING A GENERAL TRUTH ADAGE
SAW PART OF BROAD AGENDA ADAGE
OFT-REPEATED WORDS OF WISDOM ADAGE
SAW US LAWYER IN ADVANCING YEARS ADAGE
A PROVERB FOR THE PRESENT TIMES ADAGE
"LOVE CONQUERS ALL," E.G. ADAGE
SAYING OFFERING CONTRAST WITH PRE-CHRISTIAN ERA? ADAGE
COMMON OBSERVATION ADAGE
WHAT MAY FOLLOW "THEY SAY" ADAGE
THE GOLDEN RULE, E.G. ADAGE
PART OF POOR RICHARD'S ALMANACK ADAGE
TRADITIONAL SAYING THAT IS GENERALLY ACCEPTED AS BEING TRUE ADAGE
WORDS TO THE WISE ADAGE
"BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER," E.G. ADAGE
"LOVE IS BLIND," SAY ADAGE
"LOVE LAUGHS AT LOCKSMITHS," FOR ONE ADAGE
DELIGHT IN ADAGE
SAW, SAY, A GIRL UPSET ADAGE
"LOVE THY NEIGHBOR" IS ONE ADAGE
IT'S OFTEN SAID ADAGE
"WASTE NOT, WANT NOT," E.G. ADAGE
EGAD! A CONTRARY PROVERB! ADAGE
"BETTER LATE THAN NEVER," E.G. ADAGE
A PROVERB, OR A MILD OATH, WITHDRAWN ADAGE
SAYING AMERICAN LAWYER IS IN TIME ADAGE
"A CLOSED MOUTH GATHERS NO FOOT," E.G. ADAGE
MAXIM OR SAW ADAGE
"TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE," FOR ONE ADAGE
BIT OF WISDOM ADAGE
PRECEPT ADAGE
SAYING 'GADZOOKS!', ACE RELAPSES ADAGE
"POOR RICHARD'S ALMANACK" TIDBIT ADAGE
THERE'S A SAYING WE ASSOCIATE WITH SUCH MAD AGES ADAGE
"LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP," E.G. ADAGE
"BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES" IS A NAUTICAL ONE ADAGE
WISE REMARK ADAGE
A CONDENSED BUT MEMORABLE SAYING EMBODYING SOME IMPORTANT FACT OF EXPERIENCE THAT IS TAKEN AS TRUE B ADAGE
PROVERB FROM CANADA GEESE ADAGE
AN OLD SAYING OFTEN CROPS UP IN AN AD AGENCY ADAGE
"DON'T COUNT YOUR CHICKENS BEFORE THEY HATCH," E.G. ADAGE
MURPHY'S LAW, E.G. ADAGE
"OPPOSITES ATTRACT"IS ONE ADAGE
"BEGGARS CAN'T BE CHOOSERS," E.G. ADAGE
SAW A DAUGHTER GROW OLD ADAGE
It follows the B.C. era ADAGE
BIT OF FOLK WISDOM ADAGE
OFTEN-QUOTED SAYING ADAGE
PROVERB; SAW ADAGE
Saying from the head, a German one ADAGE
PITHY SAYING ADAGE
"Clothes make the man," e.g. ADAGE
Saying used in publicity pages extremely deficient ADAGE
"BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY," E.G. ADAGE
Saw a number over a period of time ADAGE
Saying time and time again ADAGE
"THAT'S LIFE!" E.G. ADAGE
SAW; PROVERB ADAGE
BIT OF GRANDMOTHERLY ADVICE ADAGE
MEMORABLE SAYING ADAGE
OLD MAXIM ADAGE
WELL-REMEMBERED PROVERB OR SAYING ADAGE
"MEASURE TWICE, CUT ONCE," E.G. ADAGE
I'M SAYING YOU TAKE LITTLE NOTICE OF HOW I MATURE ADAGE
'BETTER A WITTY FOOL, THAN A FOOLISH WIT,' E.G. ADAGE
"A NEAT SHIP IS A SWEET SHIP," E.G. ADAGE
"TIME FLIES", FOR ONE ADAGE
"INSANITY IS DOING THE SAME THING AND EXPECTING DIFFERENT RESULTS," E.G. ADAGE
"EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY," E.G. ADAGE
"TWO WRONGS DON'T MAKE A RIGHT," E.G. ADAGE
"HASTE MAKES WASTE," FOR ONE ADAGE
Word from the Latin for 'I say' ADAGE
Saw one's years following Anno Domini ADAGE
"Better safe than sorry," say ADAGE
"Honesty is the best policy," e.g. ADAGE
"Out of sight, out of mind," e.g. ADAGE
"Don't cry over spilt milk," e.g. ADAGE
OFT-QUOTED SAYING ADAGE
Instructive saying ADAGE
WORDS TO LIVE BY ADAGE
Wise old maxim ADAGE
Saying old-fashioned goodness needs a backing ADAGE
"Absence makes the heart grow fonder" perhaps - e.g. Ada has to go west ADAGE
PROVERB ADAGE
AXIOM ADAGE
WORDS OF WISDOM ADAGE
TRUISM ADAGE
"TIME IS MONEY," E. G. ADAGE
YOU CAN SAY THAT AGAIN ADAGE
Almanac bit ADAGE
Saying a daughter has a silver key ADAGE
Commercial will take a very long time -- say it again and again! ADAGE
It's tried and true ADAGE
Proverb from road agent ADAGE
"A daughter takes time" may become a proverb ADAGE
Timeworn truism ADAGE
Almanac words ADAGE
MAXIM, APHORISM ADAGE
“Haste makes waste,” e.g ADAGE
'Poor Richard's Almanack' item ADAGE
Sage words ADAGE
'Opposites attract,' for one ADAGE
'Waste not, want not,' e.g ADAGE
EXPRESSION ADAGE
"IF IT AIN'T BROKE, DON'T FIX IT," E.G. ADAGE
AN OLD SAYING IN THE TIME OF THE COMMERCIAL ADAGE
"BEAUTY IS ONLY SKIN DEEP," E.G. ADAGE
Notice the era of the proverb? ADAGE
Saw how old notice is? ADAGE
Old saw for modern times ADAGE
Proverb from the Christian era ADAGE
"Safety first," e.g. ADAGE
THERE ARE TWO PENNIES IN A CLASSIC ONE ADAGE
THERE ARE TWO PENNIES IN A CLASSIC ONE ADAGE
"OPPOSITES ATTRACT," FOR ONE ADAGE
Proverb helping to make Conrad a genius ADAGE
"Love conquers all," for example ADAGE
Saw some Canada geese ADAGE
Time-honored saying ADAGE
'Money talks,' say ADAGE
PLATITUDE ADAGE
Proverb used by head, a gentleman ADAGE
WISE SAYING ADAGE
Proverb used in Nevada generally ADAGE
OLD SAW ADAGE
TRADITIONAL SAYING ADAGE
'Love thy neighbor' is one ADAGE
"Poor Richard's Almanack" feature ADAGE
Saying for how long a commercial has run ADAGE
Farmer's Almanac words ADAGE
Time for an advertisement with an old saying in it ADAGE
No news is good news, for one ADAGE
"OPPOSITES ATTRACT" IS ONE ADAGE
SAW A TIME FOR PUBLICITY? ADAGE
"Let sleeping dogs lie," e.g ADAGE
"Time is money," e.g ADAGE
Poor Richard pronouncement ADAGE
Pearl of wisdom ADAGE
'Time flies,' e.g ADAGE
Saw inside Baghdad agency ADAGE
Terse truth ADAGE
'Don't judge a book by its cover,' for instance ADAGE
'Love is blind,' e.g ADAGE
"HASTE MAKES WASTE," E.G. ADAGE
BYWORD ADAGE
"Too many cooks...," for one ADAGE
"Better safe than sorry" is one ADAGE
"What goes around, comes around," for one ADAGE
'Time flies,' e.g. ADAGE
"LOVE IS BLIND," IS ONE ADAGE
'Better late than never,' e.g ADAGE
'Great minds think alike,' e.g ADAGE
'Know thyself,' e.g ADAGE
'Let sleeping dogs lie,' e.g ADAGE
'Let sleeping dogs lie,' e.g ADAGE
Longstanding observation ADAGE
Word from the Latin for ''I say'' ADAGE
"Better late than never," e.g ADAGE
'Safety first,' e.g ADAGE
Saw woman for example headed west ADAGE
Wise maxim ADAGE
"Great minds think alike," e.g ADAGE
Old truism ADAGE
OLD SAYING ADAGE
TIMEWORN WORDS ADAGE
OLD SAYING, PROVERB ADAGE
ALMANAC TIDBIT ADAGE
"LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP," FOR ONE ADAGE
CONDENSED, MEMORABLE SAYING ADAGE
APOTHEGM ADAGE
"POOR RICHARD'S ALMANACK" BIT ADAGE
BEN FRANKLIN WITTICISM ADAGE
MANY A LINE FROM BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ADAGE
"Haste makes waste," e.g ADAGE
TIMEWORN OBSERVATION ADAGE
SAW A DAUGHTER MATURE ADAGE
'Haste makes waste,' e.g ADAGE
"He who hesitates is lost," e.g. ADAGE
"LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE," E.G. ADAGE
GNOME'S PROMOTION COMING WITH MATURITY ADAGE
TIME-TESTED TRUISM ADAGE
TERSE OBSERVATION ADAGE
"A WATCHED POT NEVER BOILS," FOR ONE ADAGE
Saw, proverb ADAGE
"Beggars can't be choosers," e.g ADAGE
"Red sky at night, sailor's delight," e.g. ADAGE
It may become a cliché ADAGE
Proverb or saying ADAGE
''That's life!'' e.g. ADAGE
''What goes around, comes around,'' e.g. ADAGE
A daughter taking long time to see truism ADAGE
Saw a daughter get on ADAGE
Maxim for our time ADAGE
Saying of Lovelace, say, has turned up ADAGE
Saw maturity after promotion ADAGE
"Love conquers all," e.g ADAGE
APHORISM ADAGE
Proverb, saw ADAGE
"TIME IS MONEY," E.G. ADAGE
PITHY EXPRESSION ADAGE
SAYING TO REMEMBER ADAGE
PROVERB, MAXIM ADAGE
"A STITCH IN TIME" STARTS ONE ADAGE
PROVERBIAL SAYING ADAGE
"WHAT GOES AROUND, COMES AROUND," E.G. ADAGE
SAYING ADAGE
"Stupid is as stupid does," e.g ADAGE
"Waste not, want not," e.g ADAGE
SAW ADAGE
''Look before you leap,'' for example ADAGE
MAXIM ADAGE
Pearl of wisdom, perhaps ADAGE
SUCCINCT SAYING ADAGE
"If it ain't broke, don't fix it," e.g ADAGE
INSTEAD, A GENERAL SAYING ADAGE
“A day, long time” — proverb ADAGE
"MONEY TALKS," FOR ONE ADAGE
''A stitch in time saves nine,'' e.g. ADAGE
Old saying of publicity era ADAGE
'Curiosity killed the cat,' e.g ADAGE
Condensed but memorable saying ADAGE
'Every dog has its day,' e.g ADAGE
''Look before you leap,'' e.g ADAGE
Saw Bill decline ADAGE
Saying 9 say said say regularly ADAGE
Saw commercial decline ADAGE
Sometime sampler stitching ADAGE
''Time is money,'' for one ADAGE
True proverb or saying ADAGE
Saw an American lawyer for example rebuffed ADAGE
Saw commercial article, as an example, being sent back ADAGE
"Many hands make light work," e.g ADAGE
Old saying, maxim ADAGE
"Look before you leap," e.g ADAGE
''Beggars can't be choosers,'' e.g. ADAGE
True proverb ADAGE
Notice antiquity of a proverb ADAGE
Saw a duke grow old ADAGE
"Look before you leap," for example ADAGE
''Penny-wise, pound-foolish,'' e.g. ADAGE
Saw a large number grow old ADAGE
WORD FROM THE WISE ADAGE
WORD FROM THE WISE ADAGE
"A WATCHED POT NEVER BOILS" IS ONE ADAGE
TIME-HONORED WORDS ADAGE
TIME-HONORED WORDS ADAGE
"Clothes make the man," e.g ADAGE
'Better a witty fool, than a foolish wit,' e.g ADAGE
Popular saying ADAGE
"Haste makes waste", e.g ADAGE
"Penny wise, pound foolish," e.g ADAGE
'A penny saved is a penny earned,' e.g ADAGE
Often-quoted line ADAGE
'Poor Richard's Almanack' bit ADAGE
Saw Bill get on ADAGE
Saw notice on time ADAGE
'Still waters run deep,' for example ADAGE
''What goes up must come down,'' e.g. ADAGE
'Birds of a feather flock together,' e.g ADAGE
Saw this as a time for advertisement ADAGE
'Too many cooks spoil the broth,' e.g. ADAGE
'If it ain't broke, don't fix it,' e.g. ADAGE
'Waste not, want not,' e.g. ADAGE
"Better a witty fool, than a foolish wit," e.g ADAGE
Saw commercial season ADAGE
"Beauty is only skin deep," e.g ADAGE
Cliché, often ADAGE
Item in 'Poor Richard's Almanack' ADAGE
'Love is blind,' e.g. ADAGE
Silence is golden, e.g. ADAGE
Saying, saw ADAGE
FAMILIAR SAYING ADAGE
'Time is money,' e.g. ADAGE
Saw an American lawyer, for example, taken aback ADAGE
''Love conquers all,'' e.g. ADAGE
Poor Richard gem ADAGE
OLD SAW? ADAGE
'Eat, drink and be merry,' e.g ADAGE
TRADITIONAL MAXIM ADAGE
''Measure twice, cut once,'' e.g. ADAGE
A SAYING ADAGE
SAW NOTICE BECOME OUT OF DATE ADAGE
Proverb from Armada gentlemen ADAGE
'Time is money,' for one ADAGE
"GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE," E.G. ADAGE
Old saying; proverb ADAGE
SAW COMMERCIAL TAKING A LONG TIME ADAGE
Tried-and-true saying ADAGE
PITHY BIT OF WISDOM ADAGE
"A closed mouth gathers no foot," e.g ADAGE
'Better safe than sorry' is one ADAGE
Madison Ave. publication ADAGE
Maxim used in skinhead agenda ADAGE
Wise truism ADAGE
"Measure twice, cut once," e.g ADAGE
''Haste makes waste,'' e.g. ADAGE
Proverb used by Conrad, a genius ADAGE
'As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one,' for one ADAGE
''Waste not, want not,'' e.g. ADAGE
Saw one’s daughter get on ADAGE
DICTUM ADAGE
MEMORABLE MAXIM ADAGE
WISE OLD SAYING ADAGE
SAMPLER WISDOM ADAGE
SAMPLER WISDOM ADAGE
WISE WORDS ADAGE
SAW ROAD AGENT REMOVING WINGS ADAGE
"A stitch in time saves nine," e.g ADAGE
''Time is money,'' e.g ADAGE
'Time is money,' e.g ADAGE
"Love conquers all" is one ADAGE
"Time is money," for one ADAGE
"Too many cooks spoil the broth," e.g ADAGE
Poor Richard's Almanack item ADAGE
Saw a duke decline ADAGE
Saw a daughter get mature ADAGE
'Poor Richard's Almanack' inclusion ADAGE
"Time flies," e.g ADAGE
'Fish and visitors stink after three days,' for one ADAGE
''Penny wise, pound foolish,'' e.g. ADAGE
POOR RICHARD'S FORTE ADAGE
"A STITCH IN TIME ...," E.G. ADAGE
"Love is blind," e.g ADAGE
"Money talks," e.g ADAGE
"What goes up must come down," e.g ADAGE
'Look before you leap,' e.g ADAGE
"What goes around, comes around," e.g ADAGE
''A stitch in time...,'' e.g ADAGE
Saw a dunderhead get on ADAGE
''Time is money,'' e.g. ADAGE
''Crime doesn't pay,'' e.g. ADAGE
'Poor Richard's Almanack' offering ADAGE
"Two wrongs don't make a right," e.g ADAGE
Saw a duke get older ADAGE
"A neat ship is a sweet ship," e.g ADAGE
One might be rendered in needlepoint ADAGE
''Look before you leap,'' e.g. ADAGE
Time-honored truism ADAGE
Age-old expression ADAGE
"Opposites attract," e.g ADAGE
'Opposites attract,' e.g ADAGE
Saw woman e.g. heading west ADAGE
'What goes up must come down,' e.g ADAGE
'Measure twice, cut once,' e.g ADAGE
'No man is an island,' for example ADAGE
Proverb; old saying ADAGE
'Opposites attract,' for one ADAGE
OFT-REPEATED WORDS ADAGE
MEMORABLE WORDS ADAGE
"Still waters run deep," for example ADAGE
Regulars in hard gang few saw ADAGE
''Beauty is only skin deep,'' e.g. ADAGE
Saying a daughter needs to become more mature ADAGE
SIMPLE SAYING ADAGE
TRADITIONAL TRUISM ADAGE
Saw a number ahead of time ADAGE

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