Adage in a sentence
Example sentences for Adage
So you don't believe in the adage, "write what you know"? It's very good advice if what you know is interesting.
The adage that one man's trash is another's treasure still holds true for many music lovers.
At this point, the old “just add water” adage rang true.
It at least proves the adage that money cannot buy good taste.
There's really truth to the old adage that one bad apple spoils the bunch.
It's a modern solution to the adage that urges you to recognize that charity starts at home.
Note to our leadders: Recall the adage, haste makes waste -- that applies in both economic and democratic contexts.
It may be true, as the old adage has it, that success has a hundred fathers and failure is an orphan.
Miamians are strong believers in the adage that all work and no play makes for a dull city, and Miami is anything but dull.
Unfortunately, not everyone lives by the adage that you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.
It is an illustration of the old adage about putting your hand to the plow and then looking back.
Remember that adage about walking a mile in someone shoes before you judge them.
To paraphrase a well-known adage, when your leader steps down his or her inbox will not be empty.
But the adage doesn't seem to extend to the trees hanging over those fences.
They are turning upside down the adage that coaches coach and players play.
So the study challenges the old adage about money-because maybe money can buy happiness.
The old adage certainly rings true here, make it a whopper so it's more believable, because the truth certainly doesn't matter.
The adage that the more things change the more they stay the same seems to be apt.
There may be something biological underlying the adage about people not seeing eye to eye, according to a new study.
The old adage about fun for the whole family applies.
The adage that no publicity is bad publicity is being pushed to the limit this summer.
The price proves the adage that real masterpieces retain their value in almost any economic climate.
But, say insiders, he has proved the adage that good consultants do not necessarily make good managers.
Wind power may be free, goes an industry adage, but it is far from cheap.
As the old adage puts it: the first generation builds the company, the second lets it stagnate, and the third squanders it.
Some governments covertly harp on this naive adage to coerce their people to be obedient citizens.
The old adage about power corrupting, and all that, makes no allowance for any political affiliation.
As an old adage has it, you get the government you deserve.