word photo
what does not kill sb, makes sb stronger
sentence
used to emphasize that facing and overcoming difficult challenges can lead to greater strength and resilience
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
a burnt child dreads the fire
sentence
used to imply that negative experiences can leave a lasting impact on a person's behavior, leading them to be cautious and avoid similar situations in the future
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
smooth seas do not make skillful sailors / mariners
sentence
used to imply that experience and skill are developed through facing challenges and adversities, not in easy or peaceful situations
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
a dose of adversity is often as needful as a dose of medicine
sentence
used to imply that facing and overcoming challenges can be beneficial for personal growth
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
a fault once denied is twice committed
sentence
used to suggest that denying a fault or refusing to admit a mistake can lead to repeating the same error
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
a good example is the best sermon
sentence
used to emphasize that leading by example is a more effective way of influencing others' behavior than simply preaching to them
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
adversity and loss make a man wise
sentence
used to imply that going through difficult or challenging situations can provide valuable lessons and insights, ultimately contributing to the development of wisdom and maturity
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
adversity is a great schoolmaster
sentence
used to imply that difficult experiences can be valuable opportunities for personal growth and learning
Click to see examples

Examples






word photo
there is no great loss without some gain
sentence
used to highlight the idea that even in times of significant loss or adversity, there is often a hidden opportunity or benefit that can be gained from the experience
Click to see examples

Examples






Great!

You've reviewed all the words in this lesson!

Upgrade to premium

In order to continue your learning process you must upgrade to the premium plan