A new pair o' breeks will cast down an auld doublet. Scotland
A new pot retains its first scent.
A new principle is an inexhaustible source of new views. Vauvenargues
A new servant can catch a running deer.
A new sieve is on a nail, then it gets under the bed.
A new thing does not come to she who sits, but to she who travels.
A new thing is a souce of joy even if is sore.
A new tout in all old horn.
A new tout on an auld horn. Scotland
A new walk in an old field.
A newborn baby has no fear of tigers.
A newcomer makes one long for his predecessor.
A newly arrived chicken is vulnerable to eagles. (If you are a stranger you should travel with care because there are unknown dangers.)
A newly committed crime awakens sleeping ones.
A newspaper, like a theatre, must mainly owe its continuance in life to the fact that it pleases many persons; and in order to please many persons it will, unconsciously perhaps, respond to their several tastes, reflect their various qualities, and reproduce their views. In a certain sense it is evolved out of the community that absorbs it, and, therefore, partaking of the character of the community, while it may retain many merits and virtues, it will display itself, as in some respects ignorant, trivial, narrow, and vulgar. William Winter
A niade hat an Broand ein Oa'sch, brinnt e' nit, so schmöcht e'. Innsbruck Ein jeder hat einen Brand in der Asche, brennt er nicht, so glimmt er.
A nibbling rabbit can also die of overfeeding.
A nice day, a gift for a street peddlar.
A nice face is the best letter of recommendation.
A nice place is never yours.
A nice wife and a backdoor do often make a rich man poor.
A nickel will get you on the subway, but garlic will get you a seat.
A nickname a man may chance to wear out; but a system of calumny, pursued by a faction, may descend even to posterity. This principle has taken full effect on this state favorite. Isaac Disraeli
A night of fretful passion may consume All that thou hast of beauty's gentle bloom; And one distemper'd hour of sordid fear Print on thy brow the wrinkles of a year. Sheridan
A night with Venus and a life with mercury.
A nightingale dies for shame if another bird sings better. Burton
A nightingale doesn't feed on songs.
A nightingale doesn?t feed on songs.
A nimmbt a Kup (Kopf) zwischen de Bene und gieht gor dorvon.
A nimmt aus'm letzten Säckel a letzten Dreier.
A nimt a Kupp zwischen die Uhren.
A nine days' wonder.
A ninguém contenta quem de nada está contente.
A ninguém é dado cometer o mesmo erro duas vezes.
A ninguém lhe parecem poucas as suas afrontas.
A nitidez é uma conveniente distribuição de luz e sombra. Todo mundo é capaz de dominar uma dor, exceto quem a sente. William Shakespeare
A Nobesch Kenger un Renger vergibt mer sich net. Bedburg Nachbarskinder kennt man und dessen Rinder auch.
A noble book! All men's book! It is our first, oldest statement of the never-ending problem, - man's destiny, and God's ways with him here on earth; and all in such free-flowing outlines, - grand in its sincerity, in its simplicity, in its epic melody, and repose of reconcilement. Carlyle
A noble cause doth ease much a grievous case. Sir Philip Sidney
A noble deed is a step towards heaven. J. G. Holland
A noble heart, like the sun, showeth its greatest countenance in its lowest estate. Sir Philip Sidney
A noble house-keeper needs no doors.
A noble life crowned with heroic death rises above and outlives the pride and pomp and glory of the mightiest empire of the earth. James A. Garfield
A noble man compares and estimates himself by an idea which is higher than himself, and a mean man by one which is lower than himself. The one produces aspiration; the other, ambition. Ambition is the way in which a vulgar man aspires. Beecher
A noble man is led by woman's gentle words. Goethe
A noble plant suites not with a stubborne ground. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A noble plant suits not a stubborn ground.
A noble prince or king never has a coin to bless himself.