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Proverb quotes (34)
It is truly said He who would please all and himself too Undertakes what he cannot do.
Ching Chow Category: Proverb
The lamps are lit the fires burn bright. The house is full of life and light.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Category: Proverb
Reprove your friend privately commend him publicly.
Solon Category: Proverb
To do so no more is the truest repentance.
Martin Luther Category: Proverb
Thought tends to collect in pools.
Wallace Stevens Category: Proverb
True friendship is a plant of slow growth.
George Washington Category: Proverb
War is death's feast.
George Herbert Category: Proverb
From mistakes of others a wise man correcteth his own.
Publilius Syrus Category: Proverb
The worst of slaves is he whom passion rules.
Rupert Brooke Category: Proverb
THE TWO GENTLEMEN of VERONA act 1 scene 2: They love the least that let men know their love.
William Shakespeare Category: Proverb
There are gems of thought that are ageless and eternal.
Marcus Tullius Cicero Category: Proverb
White lies are ushers to black ones.
Captain Frederick Marryat Category: Proverb
In seed time learn in harvest teach in winter enjoy.
William Blake Category: Proverb
Philosophy is an act of living.
Plutarch Category: Proverb
Law represents the effort of man to organize society; governments the efforts of selfishness to overthrow liberty.
Henry Ward Beecher Category: Proverb
SAW n. A trite popular saying or proverb. (Figurative and colloquial.) So called because it makes its way into a wooden head. Following are examples of old saws fitted with new teeth.
Ambrose Gwinett Bierce Category: Proverb
Falling drops will at last wear away stone.
Titus Lucretius Carus Category: Proverb
A proverb is one mans wit and all mens wisdom.
Bertrand Russell Category: Proverb
Proverbs like the sacred books of each nation are the sanctuary of the intuitions.
Douglas Jerrold Category: Proverb
Trouble springs from idleness.
Benjamin Franklin Category: Proverb
There are but few proverbial sayings that are not true for they are all drawn from experience itself which is the mother of all sciences.
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra Category: Proverb
Anecdotes and maxims are rich treasures to the man of the world for he knows how to introduce the former at fit place in conversation.
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Category: Proverb
Diplomat a person who can tell you to go to blazes so pleasantly that you are raring to go.
The Big Horn Category: Proverb
When you think everything is hopeless A little ray of light comes from somewhere!
Unknown Category: Proverb
If you would be good first believe you are bad.
Epictetus Category: Proverb
Man that irrational creature who is always looking for home atmosphere in a hotel and hotel service around home.
The Bug Category: Proverb
No sword bites so fiercely as an evil tongue.
Sir Philip Sidney Category: Proverb
Crime never sleeps.
Proverb Category: Proverb
We all have been for all time...and we shall be for all time As the spirit of our mortal body wanders on in childhood and youth and old age the Spirit wanders on to A new body: of this the sage has no doubts.
Bhagavad-Gita Category: Proverb
The wisdom of the wise and the experience of the ages are perpetuated by quotations.
Benjamin Disraeli Category: Proverb
After people have repeated a phrase a great number of times they begin to realize it has meaning and may even be true.
Herbert George Wells Category: Proverb
Time is a file that wears and makes no noise.
H. G. Bohn Category: Proverb
Good resolutions are a pleasant crop to sow.
Mary St. Leger Kingsley Category: Proverb
To go like a cat upon a hot bakestone.
John Ray Category: Proverb