Adages [noun]

Definition of Adages:

saying or proverb

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Sentence/Example of Adages:

As the old adage goes, if it’s free then you are the product.

The old adage of staying calm under pressure is also imperative for leaders, especially in crisis.

As Inam was speaking, I was reminded of that old adage, “War is too important to be the left to the generals.”

There is some truth to the old adage that all good things take time, and SEO is a prime example.

He wants everyone to succeed and believes in the adage, 'a rising tide lifts all boats.'

The sooner, the better is an adage that’s especially true when treating viral infections.

Universal healthcare such as Medicare in Australia is evidence for the adage “prevention is better than cure,” when comparing the cost of healthcare in the US with Australia on a per capita basis.

He was perfectly contented to bide his time, remembering that adage: "All things come to him who waits."

The old adage that “all is fair in love and war” applies to this new weapon of destruction as to every warlike instrument.

No man alive held the stale old adage of “Beauty when unadorned,” etc., in profounder scorn.