Close the door from which the wind blows and relax.
Close thine ear against him that shall open his mouth secretly against another. If thou receivest not his words, they fly back and wound the reporter. If thou dost receive them, they fly forward and wound the receiver. Lavater
Close to the Tsar, close to death.
Close your eyes in the company of the blind and limp in the company of the lame.
Close, but no cigar.
Closeness without conflict only exists in the cemetery.
Closer than the carotid artery.
Closer than the closeness of the teeth to the tongue.
Clothe thee in peace: arm thee in war.
Clothe thee warm, eat a little, drink enough, and thou shalt live.
Clothes conceal the blemish. Yiddish] Klaider bahalten dem mum.
Clothes cover up character.
Clothes do not make the man. fr] L'habit ne fait pas le moine.
Clothes don't make the man.
Clothes form the intellect of the dandy. H. W. Shaw
Clothes make people, priests make brides. German
Clothes make the man. Yiddish] Klaider machen dem mentshen.
Clothes put on while running come off while running.
Clothes should not be made for an unborn child.
Clothing makes a man.
Clothing the palpable and familiar With golden exhalations of the dawn. COLERIDGE: Death of Wallenstein, Act i., Sc. 1.
Clou chasse l'autre.
Cloud-walls of the morning's gray Faced with amber column, Crowned with crimson cupola From a sunset solemn. May-mists, for the casements, fetch, Pale and glimmering, With a sunbeam hid in each, And a smell of spring. Elizabeth B. Browning
Clouds are a sign of rain.
Clouds are the sign of rain.
Clouds are the veil behind which the face of day coquettishly hides itself, to enhance its beauty. Richter
Clouds dissolved the thirsty ground supply. Roscommon
Clouds do not always mean rain, but smoke is a sure sign of fire.
Clouds on clouds, in volumes driven, Curtain round the vault of heaven. Thomas Love Peacock
Clouds on the western side Grow gray and grayer, hiding the warm sun. CHRISTINA G. ROSSETTI: Twilight Calm.
Clouds over the moon, a storm over blossoms.
Clouds that the sun builds up darken him.
Clouds that thunder do not always rain.
Clouds that thunder seldom rain.
Clouds, that the sun builds up, darken him.
Cloudy mornings turn to clear afternoons.
Cloudy mornings turn to clear evenings.
Clouer le bec.
Clowns are best in their own company, but gentlemen are best everywhere.
Clowns kill each other, and gentry cleave together.
Clumsy birds have need of early flight.
Clun, Clunicky, Clun: the drunkenest place under the sun.
Clypeum post vulnera sumere. Ovid
Co Komin, to Dunin. info] Dem berühmten Peter Dunin soll die heilige Jungfrau versprochen haben, dass seine Nachkommenschaft sich in so viel Familien ausbreiten solle, als er Kirchen bauen werde; und deren soll er 77 erbaut haben.
Co ma ziy początek, zły koniec weźmie.
Co' gran signori bisogna usar poche parole.
Co' tristi non vi è cos' alcuna da guadagnare.
Coal that does not burn gives little heat.
Coals to Newcastle.
Coarse kindness is at least better than coarse anger; and in all private quarrels the duller nature is triumphant by reason of its dullness. George Eliot