birds in their little nests agree

birds in their little nests agree

proverb Housemates should try to treat each other amicably. Even though I know that birds in their little nests agree, I can't seem to stop myself from arguing with my sister all the time.
See also: agree, bird, little, nest
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Birds in their little nests agree.

Prov. People who live together should try hard to get along peacefully. (Usually used to admonish children not to fight with each other.) Brother: She called me a name! Sister: I did not! He's a liar! Father: Now, now, kids—birds in their little nests agree. Let's not argue about this, guys. Birds in their little nests agree.
See also: agree, Bird, little, nest
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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