Can man be so age-stricken that no faintest sunshine of his youth may revisit him once a year? It is impossible. The moss on our time-worn mansion brightens into beauty; the good old pastor, who once dwelt here, renewed his prime and regained his boyhood in the genial breeze of his ninetieth spring. Alas for the worn and heavy soul, if, whether in youth or age, it has outlived its privilege of springtime sprightliness! Hawthorne
Can man or woman choose duties? No more than they can choose their birthplace, or their father and mother. George Eliot
Can Mayor. - Can Menor.
Can mucc riva prest la cua.
Can neither keep nor enjoy anything with a good grace. Michel De Montaigne
Can one desire too much of a good thing? Shakespeare
Can pocket states, or fetch or carry kings. Pope
Can ringhioso e non forzoso, guai alla sua pelle. Chien hargneux doit être fort, ou s'attendre à des coups de dents.
Can scottato d' acqua calda ha paura poi della fredda.
Can such things be, And overcome us like a summer's cloud, Without our special wonder? Shakespeare
Can that man be dead Whose spiritual influence is upon his kind? He lives in glory; and his speaking dust Has more of life than half its breathing moulds. L. E. Landon
Can that which is the greatest virtue in philosophy, doubt (called by Galileo the father of invention), be in religion what the priests term it, the greatest of sins? Bovee
Can the Ethiopian change his skin, or the leopard his spots? Bible, Jeremiah (ch. XIII, v. 23)
Can the monkey know the taste of ginger?
Can there be any greater dotage in the world than for one to guide and direct his courses by the sound of a bell, and not by his own judgment. Rabelais
Can this be true? an arch observer cries, - 'Yes,' rather moved, 'I saw it with these eyes.' 'Sir! I believe it on that ground alone; I could not had I seen it with my own.' Cowper
Can virtue hide itself? Go to, mum, you are he; graces will appear, and there's an end. Shakespeare
Can we be unsafe where God has placed us, and where He watches over us as a parent a child that he loves? Fénelon
Can we outrun the heavens? Shakespeare
Can we wonder that men perish and are forgotten, when their noblest and most enduring works decay? Death comes even to monumental structures, and oblivion rests on the most illustrious names. Marcus Antoninus
Can wealth give happiness? look round, and see What gay distress! what splendid misery! Whatever fortune lavishly can pour, The mind annihilates, and calls for more. Young
Can you make a pipe of a pig's tail?
Can you restrain your laughter, my friends? Horace
Can your hands do what your tongue does?
Can't have a family fuss without the whole town knowing about it.
Can't I be your friend, but I must be your fool too?
Can't see the forest for the trees.
Can't tell his ass from a hole in the ground.
Can't tell his mule from a hole in the ground.
Can't turn dogs tail into a silk scarf!.
Cana na fazenda dá pinga, pinga na cidade dá cana.
Canalizo todas as minhas energias para ser o melhor do mundo. (Ayrton Senna)
Canário na muda não canta.
Cancer--schmancer!--as long as you're healthy.
Cancros lepori comparas.
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Candeia que vai à frente, alumia duas vezes.
Candeia que vai adiante alumia duas vezes.
Candelária (02/02) chovida, à candeia dá vida.
Candida de nigris et de candentibus atra (facere).
Candida pax. en] White-robed eace. (Ovid)
Candidates for circumcision.
Candide et constanter. en] Honest and consistent.
Candido come un giglio. frase idiomatica/fatta
Candidum linum lucri causa ducere.
Candidus et talos a pertice pulcher ad imos. Horaz (65-8 v. Chr.)
Candlemas day, put beans in the clay; put candles and candlesticks away.
Candlemas day, the good husewife's goose lay: Valentine day, yours and mine may.
Candlemas, Candlemas, whether windy or rainy, winter has ended. And if the weather is good, winter will last another thirty days.