- Make haste slowly.
- Make hay while the sun shines.
- Make the best of a bad bargain.
- Make the best of a bad job.
- Make yourself all honey and the flies will devour you.
- Malice hurts itself most.
- Man cannot live by bread alone.
- Man proposes; God disposes.
- Man shall not live by bread alone.
- Man, woman, and devil, are the three degrees of comparison.
- Manners know distance.
- Manners make the man.
- Many a good cow has an evil calf.
- Many a little makes a mickle.
- Many a true word is spoken in jest.
- Many dishes many diseases.
- Many go out for wool and come home shorn.
- Many hands make light work.
- Many kiss the hand they wish to cut off.
- Many words to a fool, half a word to the wise.
- Many words, many buffets.
- Many would be cowards if they had courage enough.
- March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb.
- March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers.
- Marriage is a lottery.
- Marriage is destiny.
- Marriage is the tomb of love.
- Marriages are made in heaven.
- Marry in haste, and repent at leisure.
- Men are best loved furthest off.
- Men are blind in their own cause.
- Men are not to be measured by inches.
- Men do more things through habit than through reason.
- Men leap over where the hedge is lowest.
- Men make houses, women make homes.
- Might is right.
- Mischief comes by the pound and goes away by the ounce.
- Misery loves company.
- Misery makes strange bedfellows.
- Misfortune arrives on horseback but departs on foot.
- Misfortune makes strange bedfellows.
- Misfortunes never come singly.
- Misfortunes tell us what fortune is.
- Moderation in all things.
- Money begets money.
- Money burns a hole in the pocket.
- Money does not grow on trees.
- Money is a good servant, but a bad master.
- Money is round, and rolls away.
- Money is the root of all evil.
- Money kames money.
- Money makes a man.
- Money makes the mare to go.
- Money talks.
- More die by food than famine.
- More haste, less speed.
- More have repented speech than silence.
- More people know Tom Fool than Tom Fool knows.
- More than enough is too much.
- Much ado about nothing.
- Much meat, much disease.
- Much meat, much malady.
- Much would have more.
- Muck and money go together.
- Murder will out.
- My neighbor's goat gives more milk than mine.