A thought is often original, though you have uttered it a hundred times. It has come to you over a new route, by a new and express train of association.
A thought often makes us hotter than a fire.
A thousand fears still overawe when she appears.
A thousand glorious actions that might claim
Triumphant laurels, and immortal fame,
Confus'd in crowds of glorious actions lie,
And troops of heroes undistinguished die.
A thousand hearts are great within my bosom:
Advance our standards, set upon our foes;
Our ancient word of courage, fair St. George,
Inspire us with the spleen of fiery dragons!
Upon them! Victory sits upon our helms.
A thousand hearts beat happily; and when
Music arose with its voluptuous swell,
Soft eyes look'd love to eyes which spake again,
And all went merry as a marriage bell.
A thousand miles from land are we,
Tossing about on the roaring sea -
From billow to bounding billow cast,
Like fleecy snow on the stormy blast:
The sails are scattered abroad, like weeds;
The strong masts shake, like quivering reeds;
The mighty cables, and iron chains,
The hull, which all earthly strength disdains -
They strain and they crack, and hearts like stone
Their natural hard proud strength disown.
A thousand pounds and a bottle of hay
are just the same at doomsday.
A thousand probabilities do not make one truth.
A thousand wheels of labor are turned by dear affections, and kept in motion by self-sacrificing endurance; and the crowds that pour forth in the morning and return at night are daily processions of love and duty.
A thousand worries will not repay even one debt.
A thousand years a poor man watched
Before the gate of Paradise:
But while one little nap he snatched,
It oped and shut. Ah! was he wise?
W. R. Alger
A thousand years hence, the river will run as it did.
A thousand years scarce serve to form a state;
An hour may lay it in the dust.
A thread too fine spun will easily break.
A threadbare coat is armour-proof against highwaymen.
A threatened blow is seldom given.
A thrifty father has a prodigal son.
A throne is only a bench covered in purple velvet.
A thrush paid for is better than a turkey owing for.
A ti cabe guardar teus segredos, não aos outros.
A ti chova todo o anno, e a mim chova Abril, e Maio.
A ti digo, filha; entende-me tu, nora.
A ti lo digo, hijuela; entiéndelo, mi nuera.
A ti lo digo, hijuela; respóndeme tú, dueña.
A ti o digo eu filha, entende-me tu nora.
A ti o digo filha, entende-o tu nora.
A ti que te importa.
A tí te daré....
A tidy house, a tidy mind.
A tigress, robb'd of young, a lioness,
Or other interesting beast of prey,
Are similes at hand for the distress
Of ladies who cannot have their own way.
Lord Byron (George Gordon Noel Byron)
A time there is when like a thrice-told tale long-rifled life of sweets can yield no more.
A timid person is frightened before a danger, a coward during the time, and a courageous person afterwards.
A tinker and a piper
make bad music together.
A tinker's budget's full of necessary tools.
A Tippel, anna Krîgel anna Puckel vull Prîgel.
Scherzhafte Antwort auf die Frage: Was wirst du mir schenken; ein Töpflein und ein Krügel und den Buckel voll Prügel.
A tired traveller must be glad of an ass, if he have not a horse.
A tirer la queue d'un âne, il vous pète à la gueule.
A toater Hund beisst net und a hinerne Henn legt net.
Ein toter Hund beisst nicht und eine tote Henne legt nicht.
A Tochter naus gea.
Eine Tochter hinausgeben, verheiraten.
A todo direito corresponde um dever.
A todos nos arrastra el deseo de alabanza.
A todos sobeja nas coisas alheias o conselho que nas próprias falta.
A toi la galette très fine,
A moi le repas deux fois. (Proverbe algérien)
A toile ordie, Dieu mande le fil.
A toile ourdie, Dieu donne le fil.
A toile ourdie, Dieu envoie le fil.
A toiling dog comes halting home.
A tolerância só não é esgotável nos idiotas. (Rui Barbosa)
A Tom Prodger's job.