Deep draughts, and long morning slumbers, soon make a man poor.
Deep in my shut and silent heart. Byron
Deep is the sea, and deep is hell, but pride mineth deeper; it is coiled as a poisonous worm about the foundations of the soul. Tupper
Deep joy is a serene and sober emotion, rarely evinced in open merriment. Mme. Roland
Deep rest, and sweet, most like indeed to death's own quietness. Virgil
Deep rivers move with silent majesty, shallow brooks are noisy.
Deep swimmers and high climbers seldom die in their beds.
Deep swimmers and high climbers usually don't die in their beds.
Deep vers'd in books, and shallow in himself. MILTON: Par. Regained, Bk. iv., Line 327.
Deep, sombre vengeance is the daughter of deep silence. Alfieri
Deepest waters stillest go.
Deer arst riucht byjareth, dij schel aerst sprecka.
Deer een man will wynne,... in da riucht mot er aeck wrlyesa.
Deer-hunter, waste not your arrow on the hare.
Dees ist so klar wie Schnitzbruch. Bietigheim
Dees verleid't 's Schnaufe net, wie beim Federhandel. Schwaben
Defaming or slandering others is the greatest of all sins.
Défaut d'argent, cause grand tourment.
Défaut de nature toujours dure.
Défaut reconnu est à moitié pardonné. (Proverbe québécois)
Defeat is a school in which truth always grows strong. Beecher
Defeat is never a bitter brew until one agrees to swallow it.
Defeat is not failure but trail is total failure.
Defeat isn't bitter if you don't swallow it.
Defeat may be victory in disguise. Longfellow
Defeat serves to enlighten us. Lavater
Defeat should never be a source of discouragement, but rather a fresh stimulus. South
Defeating oft the labors of the year, The sultry South collects a potent blast. At first the groves are scarcely seen to stir Their trembling tops, and a still murmur runs Along the soft-inclining fields of corn; But as the aërial tempest fuller swells, And in one mighty stream, invisible, Immense, the whole excited atmosphere Impetuous rushes o'er the sounding world. Thomson
Defect in manners is usually the defect of fine perceptions. Men are too coarsely made for the delicacy of beautiful carriage and customs. It is not quite sufficient to good breeding, a union of kindness and independence. Emerson
Defect of manners, want of government, Pride, haughtiness, opinion, and disdain; The least of which, haunting a nobleman, Loseth men's hearts, and leaves behind a stain Upon the beauty of all parts besides; Beguiling them of commendation. Shakespeare
defectus sanguinis info] Failure to issue.
Defeitos do meu amigo, lamento mas não maldigo De filhas a casar e filhos a estudar, é livrar.
Defeitos do meu amigo, lamento mas não maldigo.
Defeitos e virtudes são apenas dois lados da mesma moeda. (provérbio chinês)
Defeitos não fazem mal, quando há vontade e poder de os corrigir.' - Machado de Assis
Defence allures attempt, and defiance provokes an enemy. Michel De Montaigne
Defend me and spend me (saith the Irish churl)
Defend me from chickens, for dogs I'm not afraid of.
Defend me from my friends; I can defend myself from my enemies.
Defend me, Lord, from my friends, because from enemies I can defend myself.
Defend most the defects with which we are most tainted. Michel De Montaigne
Defendemo-nos tanto sem saber por que lutar? ' Música Soldados Legião Urbana
Defender com unhas e dentes.
Defenderé mis derechos.
Defendi rem publicam adulescens; non deseram senex. en] I defended the republic as a young man; I shall not desert her now that I am old..
Défendre quelque chose, c'est en faire envie.
Défendre son pré carré.
Défendre une sottise, C'est en faire une autre. (Proverbe italien)
Défendre une sottise: c'est en faire une autre. Difendere la propria colpa è un altra colpa.