Buy a thief frae the widdie, and he'll cut your throat. Scotland
Buy and sell, and live by the loss.
Buy at a fair, but sell at home. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Buy at a market, but sell at home.
Buy at the cost of four and sell at the cost of eight.
Buy at the market and sell at hame. Scotland
Buy cheap, buy a heap.
Buy friendship wi' presents and it will be bought frae you. Scotland
Buy friendship wi? presents, and it will be bought frae you.
Buy from desperate people, and sell to newlyweds.
Buy from people who are desperate, and sell to newlyweds.
Buy fur coats in the summer, and sickles in the winter.
Buy good quality and sell at the market price.
Buy him at his own price and sell him at yours and you?ll make no bargain.
Buy in the cheapest market and sell in the dearest.
Buy on the cannons, sell on the trumpets.
Buy on the rumor; sell on the news.
Buy or die.
Buy the bed of a great debtor.
Buy the best and you only cry once.
Buy the quality goods, and have no regrets.
Buy the respect of the insolent.
Buy the truth but never sell it.
Buy what thou hast no need of, and ere long thou shalt sell thy necessaries. Franklin
Buy what ye dinna want, and ye 'll sell what ye canna spare. Scotland
Buy what you dinna want, and ye 'll sell what you canna spare. Scotland
Buy what you have no need of and ere long you shall sell your necessaries.
Buy when I bid you.
Buy when it is market time.
Buy your greyhound, don?t rear him.
Buy your neighbour's ox, and woo your neighbour's daughter.
Buy, buy, the children will pay the debts.
Buyers want a hundred eyes, sellers none.
Buyers want a hundred eyes, sellers only one.
Buyers want a hundred eyes.
Buying a cat in a bag.
Buying a thing too dear is no bounty.
Buying and selling are two things.
Buying and selling is but winning and losing.
Buying is cheaper than asking.
Buying on credit is robbing next year's crop.
Buying on credit is robbing next year?s crop.
Buying teaches you to sell and earning teaches you to spend.
Buying, possessing, accumulating - this is not worldliness. But doing this in the love of it, with no love of God paramount - doing it so that thoughts of eternity and God are an intrusion - doing it so that one's spirit is secularized in the process; this is worldliness. Herrick Johnson
By a brave endurance of unavoidable evils, we conquer them.
By a certain fate, great acts, and great eloquence have most commonly gone hand in hand, equalling and honoring each other in the same ages. Milton
By a divine instinct, men's minds mistrust ensuing danger; as, by proof, we see the waters swell before a boisterous storm. Shakespeare
By a husband wealth is accumulated; by a wife is its preservation. Burmese.