A woman will not throw away a garland, though soiled, which her lover gave: not in the object lies a present's worth, but in the love which it was meant to mark. Bh?ravi.
A woman with children is like a plane tree with crows or a hen with chicks.
A woman without is she who has neither pipe nor child.
A woman's (or lady's) reason.
A woman's advice is no great thing, but he who won't take it is a fool.
A woman's best qualities are harmful if undiluted with prudence. Victor Hugo
A woman's best qualities do not reside in her intellect, but in her affections. She gives refreshment by her sympathies, rather than by her knowledge. Samuel Smiles
A woman's blow never gave man a black eye.
A woman's character is as delicate as her eye; it can bear no flaw. G. A. Sala
A woman's counsel brought us first to woe, And made her man his paradise forego, Where at heart's ease he liv'd; and might have been As free from sorrow as he was from sin. Dryden
A woman's counsel is not worth much, but he that despises it is no wiser than he should be.
A woman's counsel is sometimes good.
A woman's fame is the tomb of her happiness. L. E. Landon
A woman's faults, be they never so small, cast a shadow which all her virtues cannot dispel. Achilles Poincelot
A woman's fitness comes by fits. Shakespeare
A woman's friendship borders more closely on love than man's. Men affect each other in the reflection of noble or friendly acts; whilst women ask fewer proofs and more signs and expressions of attachment. Coleridge
A woman's head is always influenced by her heart; but a man's heart is always influenced by his head. Lady Blessington
A woman's heart is just like a lithographer's stone, - what is once written upon it cannot be rubbed out. Thackeray
A woman's hopes are woven of sunbeams; a shadow annihilates them. George Eliot
A woman's lot is made for her by the love she accepts. George Eliot
A woman's love Is mighty, but a mother's heart is weak, And by its weakness overcomes. Lowell
A woman's mind and winter('s) wind change oft.
A woman's natural protector is less an aged father or tall brother than a very young child. Madame de Girardin
A woman's noblest station is retreat. Lord Lyttleton
A woman's pity sometimes makes her mad. Elizabeth B. Browning
A woman's rank Lies in the fulness of her womanhood: Therein alone she is royal. George Eliot
A woman's strength is in her tongue.
A woman's strength is most potent when robed in gentleness. Lamartine
A woman's thought runs before her actions. Shakespeare
A woman's tongue wags like a lamb's tail.
A woman's whole life is a history of the affections. The heart is her world; it is there her ambition strives for empire; it is there her avarice seeks for hidden treasures. She sends forth her sympathies on adventure, she embarks her soul in the traffic of affection; and, if shipwrecked, her case is hopeless, for it is a bankruptcy of the heart. Washington Irving
A woman's work and washing of dishes is never at an end.
A woman's work is never done.
A woman, and by so much nearer heaven as that makes one. Beecher
A women and a glass are ever in danger.
A wonder lasteth but nine days.
A wonder lasts but nine days, and then the puppy's eyes are open. Fielding
A wonder lasts but nine days.
A wooden leg is better than no leg.
A wool-seller knows a wool-buyer.
A word and a blow.
A word and a stone let go cannot be called back.
A word and a stone let go cannot be recalled.
A word before is worth two after.
A word before is worth two behind.
A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver. Bible, Proverbs (ch. XXV, v. 11)
A word has no ears, but it hears far. Africa
A word helps a good person; but even a stick can't help the bad. Yiddish] A guten helft a vort; a shlechten helft afileh kain shteken oich nit.
A word hurts more than a wound.
A word ill taken obliterates ten years' merit. Michel De Montaigne