A man is often a bad adviser to himself and a good adviser to another.
A man is old when he takes the whole night to do what he used to do all night long.
A man is poor not because he scorns possessions, but because he possesses nothing.
A man is relieved and gay when he has put his heart into his work and done his best; but what he has said or done otherwise shall give no peace. Emerson
A man is seldom more manly than when he is what you call unmanned, - the source of his emotion is championship, pity, and courage; the instinctive desire to cherish those who are innocent and unhappy, and defend those who are tender and weak. Thackeray
A man is shy in another man's corner.
A man is shy in another man?s corner.
A man is taller than every mountain he climbs.
A man is the head of the house, but a woman is the neck. She can move the head the way she wants.
A man is the master of his house, even under a bench.
A man is the same at seventy as he is at seven.
A man is thirty years old before he has any settled thoughts of his fortune; it is not completed before fifty, he falls a-building in his old age, and dies by the time his house is in a condition to be painted and glazed. La Bruyère
A man is valued according to his own estimate of himself.
A man is valued by his work, not his words.
A man is weal or woe, as he thinks himself so.
A man is what he is, not what men say he is. His character no man can touch. His character is what he is before his God and his Judge; and only himself can damage that. His reputation is what men say he is. That can be damaged; but reputation is for time, character is for eternity. John B. Gough
A man is what he thinks.
A man is who knows to marry a woman and buy a horse.
A man isn?t dead until is buried.
A man know's no more to any purpose than he practises.
A man knows himself best, where his sore lies.
A man knows his companion in a long journey and a little inn.
A man knows his companions in a long journey and a small inn.
A man knows no more to any purpose than he practices.
A man know?s no more to any purpose than he practises.
A man laughs at others and weeps for himself.
A man lives long in his native place.
A man looketh on his little one as a being of better hope; in himself ambition is dead, but it hath a resurrection in his son. Tupper
A man loves his sweetheart the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest.
A man loves the meat in his youth that he cannot endure in his age. Shakespeare
A man mag lose his goods for want of demanding them.
A man maie well bring a horse to water, but he can not make him drinke without he will.
A man may always study, but he must not always go to school. Michel De Montaigne
A man may be a heretic in the truth; and if he believe things only because his pastor says so, or the assembly so determines, without knowing other reason, though his belief be true, yet the very truth he holds becomes his heresy. Milton
A man may be an artist, though he have not his tools about him.
A man may be as much a fool from the want of sensibility as the want of sense. Mrs. Jameson
A man may be cheerful and contented in celibacy, but I do not think he can ever be happy; it is an unnatural state, and the best feelings of his nature are never called into action. Southey
A man may be good in the camp, yet bad in the church.
A man may be his own ruin.
A man may be kind and gie little o? his gear.
A man may be kind, and gie little o' his gear. Scotland
A man may be kind, yet gie little o' his gear. Scotland
A man may be strong, and yet not mow well.
A man may be young in years, yet old in hours.
A man may bear still his back breaks.
A man may bear till his back breaks.
A man may bring his horse to the water, but he will choose whether he will drink.
A man may bring home with him what makes him weep.