A soul exasperated in ills, falls out With everything, its friend, itself. Addison
A soul in a fat body lieth soft, and is loth to rise.
A soul only needs to see a smile in a white-crape bonnet in order to enter the palace of dreams. Victor Hugo
A soul which is conversant with virtue is like an ever flowing source, for it is pure and tranquil and potable and sweet and communicative (social) and rich and harmless and free from mischief. Epictetus
A soul without reflection, like a pile Without inhabitant, to ruin runs. Young
A soul, - a spark of the never-dying flame that separates man from all the other beings of earth. James Fenimore Cooper
A sound discretion is not so much indicated by never making a mistake as by never repeating it. Bovee
A sound mind in a sound body is a short but full description of a happy state in this world. Locke
A source of cheerfulness to a good mind is the consideration of that Being on whom we have our dependence, and in whom, though we behold Him as yet but in the first faint discoveries of His perfections, we see everything that we can imagine as great, glorious, or amiable. We find ourselves everywhere upheld by His goodness and surrounded by an immensity of love and mercy. Addison
A southerly wind and a cloudy sky proclaim a hunting morning.
A sow to a fiddle.
A spaniel, a woman, and a walnut tree, the more they're beaten the better they be.
A spark can start a great fire.
A spark is a molecule of matter, yet may it kindle the world; vast is the mighty ocean, but drops have made it vast. Despise not thou small things, either for evil or for good; for a look may work thy ruin, or a word create thy wealth. Tupper
A spark neglected makes a mighty fire. Herrick
A sparrow in hand is worth a pheasant that flieth by.
A sparrow in hand is worth more than a vulture flying.
A Spartan, being asked why his people drank so little, replied: 'That we may consult concerning others, and not others concerning us. Plutarch
A speckled goat doesn't always give birth to a tasselled kid.
A speculative despair is unpardonable where it is our duty to act. Burke
A spender gets the property of the hoarder.
A speranza grande il misero non crede.
A sperare e disperare non bisogna esagerare.
A spirit pure as hers, Is always pure, even while it errs: As sunshine, broken in the rill, Though turned astray, is sunshine still. Moore
A spirit superior to every weapon. Ovid
A Spirit, zealous, as he seemed, to know More of the Almighty's works, and chiefly Man, God's latest image. Milton
A spitzt mächtig die Ohren. Schlesien
A spizzichi (o a smozzichi) e bocconi.
A spoilt child never loves its mother. Sir Henry Taylor, Notes Frorn Life, p.123
A spontaneous production is against matter of fact; a thing without example, not only in man, but the vilest of weeds. Bentley