Here are Proverbs especially to help the students who are willing to crack CLAT UG.

Here are Proverbs especially to help the students who are willing to crack CLAT UG.

"The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.".....Brian Herbert

CLAT UG: Proverbs

1. A black sheep - an odd or disreputable member of a group

2. A man of straw - A man of no substance

3. Actions speak louder than words – What a person does is more important than what he says

4. All bark and no bite – Someone who talks tough but doesn’t follow through with their threats

5. All is fair in love and war – In certain situations, any behaviour is acceptable, even if it would not be in normal circumstances

6. All roads lead to Rome – There are many different ways to achieve the same result

7. All that glitters is not gold – Appearances can be deceiving

8. As sick as a dog – Very sick

9. As smart as a whip – Very intelligent

10. As straight as an arrow – Very honest and straightforward

11. As strong as an ox – Very strong and powerful

12. As thick as thieves – Very close friends who share secrets

13. As white as snow – Very clean and pure

14. At one's beck and call - To be dominated by someone

15. Barking up the wrong tree – Accusing or criticizing the wrong person

16. Beat around the bush – Avoiding the main topic or question

17. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder – Different people have different opinions on what is beautiful

18. Better late than never – It’s better to do something late than to not do it at all

19. Bite the bullet – To endure a difficult or painful situation with bravery and determination

20. Break a leg – Good luck

21. By fits and starts- Irregularly

22. By the skin of your teeth – Just barely

23. Call it a day – To stop working on something for the day

24. Come off with flying colours - To be successful

25. Every cloud has a silver lining- Good things come after bad things

26. Hand in glove - In close collusion

27. In the nick of the time - At the exact time

28. Nip in the bud- To destroy in the very beginning

29. Open and above board- Very clear

30. Play fast and loose - Behave immorally

31. Stand to one's guns - To remain firm with something

32. To beat the air - To make efforts that are useless or vain

33. To blow the gaff - To reveal the secret

34. To break the ice - To put people at ease

35. To catch tartar - To catch a dangerous person

36. To drive home - To emphasize

37. To have an axe to grind - A private end to serve

38. To hit the nail right on the head - To do the right thing

39. To keep one's temper - To be in a good mood

40. To make clean breast of - To confess without reserve

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