A golden handshake convinces even the most skeptical judge.
A golden key can open any door
A golden key can open any door.
A golden key fits every door.
A golden key opens all doors. Yiddish] A goldener shlisl efent ale tirn.
A golden key opens any gate but that of heaven.
A golden key opens every door except that of heaven.
A golden key will open every lock.
A golden mind stoops not to shows of dross. Shakespeare
A golden plate is worth nothing to me when my blood is spilled on it.
A golden ring can tie a man as tight as any chain.
A golden shield is of great defence.
A goldener shlisl efent ale tirn. (Yiddish)
A gönnt ehme weders kalte nochs warme.
A gönnt einem nicht die Luft. Hij gunt niemand iets goeds dan zich zelven.
A gönnt kenem Menschen nischte.
A good "take heed" will surely speed.
A good action reaps another.
A good advice is as good as an eye in the hand.
A good advice is as good as an eye in the hand. French
A good advice is part of the Religion.
A good anvil does not fear the hammer.
A good anvil does not fear the hammer. Italian
A good anvil fears no hammer.
A good appetite does not want sauce.
A good appetite needs no sauce.
A good Arab is the dead Arab.
A good archer is not known by his arrow but by his aim.
A good archer is not known by his arrows, but his aim.
A good armchair makes the backside soft and the heart hard.
A good asker should have a good nay-say.
A good author, and one who writes carefully, often discovers that the expression of which he has been in search without being able to discover it, and which he has at last found, is that which was the most simple, the most natural, and which seems as if it ought to have presented itself at once, without effort, to the mind. La Bruyère
A good backside will easily find a bench to sit on.
A good bargain is a pick-purse.
A good bargain is a pick-purse. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A good bark year makes a good wheat year.
A good beast heats with eating.
A good bee never lands on a fallen flower.
A good bee will not go to a drooping flower.
A good beginning (o. start, attack) is half the battle.