A man guilty of poverty easily believes himself suspected. Johnson
A man had better have a dule than a dawkin.
A man had better have a good character rather than a handsome face.
A man had better ne'er been born, as have his nails on a Sunday shorn.
A man has (a) choice to begin love, but not to end it.
A man has a choice to begin love, but not to end it.
A man has generally the good or ill qualities which he attributes to mankind. Shenstone
A man has learned much who has learned how to die.
A man has learned much, who has learned to die.
A man has many enemies when his back is to the wall.
A man has nae mair gudes than he gets gude o'. Scotland
A man has no more goods than he gets good by.
A man has no more religion than he acts out in his life. Beecher
A man has no more right to say an uncivil thing than to act one; no more right to say a rude thing to another than to knock him down. Johnson
A man has often cut a rod to beat himself.
A man has often more trouble to digest meat than to get it.
A man has the same last name as his brother.
A man has to hold his mouth open a long time before a roasted partridge flies into it.
A man has two ears and one mouth that he hear much and speak little.
A man has two ears and one mouth; he therefore should listen more than he talks.
A man hath joy by the answer of his mouth: and a word spoken in due season, how good is it! Bible, Proverbs (ch. XV, v. 23)
A man hath many enemies when his back is to the wall.
A man hath no more good then he hath good of.
A Man he seems of cheerful yesterdays And confident to-morrows. Wordsworth
A man I knew who lived upon a smile; And well if fed him: he look'd plumb and fair, While rankest venom foam'd through every vein. Young
A man if he lives alone is either a god or a demon.
A man improves more by reading the story of a person eminent for prudence and virtue, than by the finest rules and precepts of morality. Addison
A man in a passion rides a horse that runs away with him.
A man in a passion rides a horse that runs away with him. 126
A man in all the world's new fashion planted, That hath a mint of phrases in his brain. Love's Labor's Lost, Act i. Sc. 1, Shakespeare.
A man in authority is but as a candle in the wind, sooner wasted or blown out than under a bushel. Beaumont and Fletcher
A man in debt is caught in a net.
A man in earnest finds means, or, if he cannot find, creates them. Channing
A man in love mistakes a harelip for a dimple.
A man in love mistakes a pimple for a dimple.
A man in love schemes more than a hundred lawyers.
A man in not known till he cometh to honour.
A man in old age is like a sword in a shop window. Men that look upon the perfect blade do not imagine the process by which it was completed. Man is a sword, daily life is the workshop, and God is the artificer; and those cares which beat upon the anvil, and file the edge, and eat in, acid-like, the inscription upon his hilt, - these are the very things that fashion the man. Beecher
A man in passion rides a mad horse.
A man in pursuit of greatness feels no little wants. Emerson
A man in the right, with God on his side, is in the majority, though he be alone, for God is multitudinous above all populations of the earth. Beecher
A man in this world without learning is as a beast of the field.
A man in whom religion is an inspiration, who has surrendered his being to its power, who drinks it, breathes it, bathes in it, cannot speak otherwise than religiously. J. G. Holland
A man is a divine companion to another, as well as a devilish one.
A man is a fool or a physician at fifty.
A man is a fool or his own physician at forty.
A man is a fool who sits looking backward from himself in the past. Ah, what shallow, vain conceit there is in man! Forget the things that are behind. That is not where you live. Your roots are not there. They are in the present; and you should reach up into the other life. Beecher
A man is a great thing upon the earth and through eternity; but every jot of the greatness of man is unfolded out of woman. Walt Whitman