Adage in a sentence

Use Adage in a sentence

Adage ;

Meaning: [noun ] A well-known and memorable saying about important fact of human experience ;

Do you know the old adage “what you get out depends on how much you put in”.

‘People deal with People’ is the old adage – but website visitors were being asked to trust and to believe in text arriving from the unknown.

There is an adage in business that you cannot manage what you cannot measure.

The old adage “good fences make good neighbours” definitely applies here.

Like the old adage says, “A picture is worth a thousand words”.

The old adage in that “Property is always the best investment” is very much our slogan in presenting our portfolio to you.

The adage “he who pays the piper calls the tune” may dictate the leadership role.

The adage “a fool and his money are soon parted” is worth remembering.

The old adage ‘Think twice cut once’ is very good advice in this case.

As the adage goes, “Repetition is the parent of learning.”