A blind man sat behind a pile of stones and thought that nobody could see him.
A blind man should not be judge of colours.
A blind man should not judge of colours.
A blind man swallows many a fly.
A blind man swallows many flies.
A blind man who sees is better than a sighted man who is blind.
A blind man will not thank you for a looking-glass.
A blind man would be glad to see it.
A blind man's stroke, which raises a dust from beneath water.
A blind man's wife needs nae painting. Scotland
A blind man's wife needs no paint.
A blind person does not forget his walking stick.
A blind person doesn't forget his cane.
A blind person knows his environment better than a sighted stranger
A blind person knows his environment more than a visitor with eyes.
A blind person who sees is better than a seeing person who is blind.
A blind pigeon may sometimes find a grain of wheat.
A blind pulling a cripple.
A blindman will not thank you for a looking-glass.
A blockhead cannot come in, nor go away, nor sit, nor rise, nor stand, like a man of sense. La Bruyère
A blockhead, a dolt, a donkey, a leaden-headed fellow.
A blossom full of promise is life's joy, That never comes to fruit. Hope, for a time, Suns the young floweret in its gladsome light, And it looks flourishing - a little while - 'T is pass'd, we know not whither, but 't is gone. L. E. Landon
A blot is not a blot, unless it be hit.
A blow from a frying-pan blacks, though it may not hurt.
A blow from a frying-pan, if it does not hurt, smuts.
A blow is forgotten; a spoken word lingers on. Yiddish] A klap fargait, a vort bashtait.
A blow is repaid by the like of it, and all that is achieved is a hitting.
A blow passes on, a spoken word lingers on.
A blow to another's purse is like a blow to a mountain of sand.
A blow will heal but words you feel. Yiddish] A patsh farheylt zikh, a vort gedenkt zikh.
A blow with a reed makes a noise but hurts not.
A blow with a word strikes deeper than a blow with a sword.
A blue coat without a badge.
A blue streak in a cloudy sky.
A bluestocking is the scourge of her husband, children, friends, servants, and every one. Rousseau
A blunt wedge will sometimes do what a sharp axe will not.
A blush is no language; only a dubious flag-signal which may mean either of two contradictories. George Eliot
A blush is the sign which Nature hangs out to show where chastity and honor dwell. Gotthold
A blushing lie is better than the pale truth.
A blustering night, a fair day follows.
A blustering night, a fair day. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum