Cover up the good you do - do like the Nile and conceal your sources.
Cover up the pot, there's an eel in it.
Cover your candle, it will light more.
Cover your head by day as much as you will, by night as much as you can.
Cover your head, and not cover your bottom.
Cover your selfe with your shield, and care not for cryes. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Cover yourself with honey and the flies will fasten on you.
Cover yourself with honey and you will never want flies.
Cover yourself with honey, and the flies will have at you.
Cover yourselves with honey and the flies be at you.
Covet all and lose all.
Covet not the property of others.
Covet nothing over-much.
Covet wealth, and want it; don't, and luck will grant it.
Covetous men are condemned to dig in the mines for they know not who.
Covetous men are fools, miserable wretches, buzzards, madmen, who live by themselves, in perpetual slavery, fear, suspicion, sorrow, discontent, with more of gall than honey in their enjoyments; who are rather possessed by their money than possessors of it. Burton
Covetous men live like drudges to die wretches.
Covetous men need money least, yet most affect it; and prodigals, who need it most, do least regard it. Theodore Parker
Covetous men's chests are rich, not they.
Covetous people will never be satisfied while they are alive.
Covetousness breaketh the bag.
Covetousness breaks the bag.
Covetousness brings naething hame. Scotland
Covetousness brings nothing home.
Covetousness bursts the bag.
Covetousness is a sort of mental gluttony, not confined to money, but craving honor, and feeding on selfishness. Chamfort
Covetousness is always filling a bottomless vessel.
Covetousness is ever attended with solicitude and anxiety. Franklin
Covetousness is its own stepmother.
Covetousness is never satisfied till its mouth is filled with earth.
Covetousness is the father of unfulfilled desires.
Covetousness is the root of all evil.
Covetousness often starves other vices. Scotland
Covetousness swells the principal to no purpose, and lessens the use to all purposes. Jeremy Taylor
Covetousness teaches men to be cruel and crafty, industrious and evil, full of care and malice; and after all this, it is for no good to itself, for it dares not spend those heaps of treasure which it has snatched. Jeremy Taylor
Covetousness, as well as prodigality, brings a man to a morsel of bread.
Covetousness, by a greediness of getting more, deprives itself of the true end of getting; it loses the enjoyment of what it has got. Sprat
Covetousness, like a candle ill made, smothers the splendor of a happy fortune in its own grease. F. Osborn
Covetousness, which is idolatry. Bible
Covetousnesse breaks the bag. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Cow breaks your leg so that they know where you come from, (a person who only thinks of his kinsmen when he is in trouble)
Cow non dead him wi shak him tail.
Cow of many - well milked and badly fed.
Cow's diets have never been sustained on grass grown in May.
Coward against coward, the assailant conquers.
Coward people have no country of their own.
Coward, a coward of Barney Castell, dare not come out to fight a battel.
Coward, strangle your fear, or else you will strangle yourself.
Cowardice encroaches fast upon such as spend their lives in company of persons higher than themselves. Johnson