Disgrace is like the grain of a tree trunk - time makes it bigger instead of erasing it.
Disgrace is the synonym of discovery. Alfred de Musset
Disgraced like a man whose own dog/pet bites him.
Disgraceful and ridiculous is an old man learning his alphabet. Seneca, De Tranquillitate Animi, Ch, 3, Sec.7
Disgraces are like cherries, one draws another. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Disgrazia e osteria fanno la stessa via.
Disgrazie e ombrelli sono più facili da portare quando sono degli altri.
Disgrazie e spie son sempre pronte.
Disguise thyself as thou wilt, still, Slavery! said I - still thou art a bitter draught. Sterne
Disguise, by their abridgments and at their own choice. Michel De Montaigne
Disguise, I see, thou art a wickedness, Wherein the pregnant enemy does much. How easy is it for the proper false In women's waxen hearts to set their forms! Alas, our frailty is the cause, not we: For, such as we are made of, such are we. Shakespeare
Disgusted with the idle trifling of a convent. Jean Jacques Rousseau, The Confessions
Dish and spoon cannot be without jingling.
Dishing up spurs.
Dishonest men conceal their faults from themselves as well as others; honest men know and confess them. La Rochefoucauld
Dishonesty is a forsaking of permanent for temporary advantages. Bovee
Dishonesty is so grasping it would deceive God Himself, were it possible. Bancroft
Dishonor is like the Aaron's Beard in the hedgerows; it can only poison if it be plucked. Ouida
Dishonor waits on perfidy. A man should blush to think a falsehood; it is the crime of cowards. Johnson
Disiecta membra poetae. en] Limbs of the dismembered poet (Horace).
Disiecta membra. de] Die zerstückelten Glieder. en] Scattered limbs; fragments of a work.
Disipa como el sol las nubes a su paso.
Disiungit reges linguax et suscitat iram.
Diskretion ist die Mutter der Esel. Italien
Diskussion: eine Methode, andere in ihren Irrtümern zu festigen. Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914)
Dismantle the bridge after crossing it.
Disner de chien pain et eau.
Disorder brings about order.
Disorder in a drawing-room is vulgar; in an antiquary's study, not; the black battle-stain on a soldier's face is not vulgar, but the dirty face of a housemaid is. Ruskin
Disordered nerves are the origin of much religious despair, when the individual does not suspect it; and then the body and mind have a reciprocal influence upon each other, and it is difficult to tell which influences the other most. The physician is often blamed, when the fault lies with the minister. Depression never benefits body or soul. We are saved by hope. Ichabod Spencer
Dispararse de una manera vertiginosa.
Dispatch is the soul of business; and nothing contributes more to dispatch than method. Lay down a method for everything, and stick to it inviolably, as far as unexpected incidents may allow. Chesterfield
Dispel not the happy delusions of children. Goethe
Dispel the cold, bounteously replenishing the hearth with logs. Horace
Dispendia morae. en] Loss of time (Virgil).
Dispensaste auxílio alheio, carregas o saco cheio.
Dispensei as armas que você usa pra me ferir desde quando percebi que esse jogo não tem vencedor. Karla Moreno
Disperato dolor, chi non sa prode.
Dispicca l'impiccato che impicchera poi te.
Dispicca l'impiccato, impiccherà poi te.
Display is as false as it is costly. Franklin
Display is like shallow water, where you can see the muddy bottom. Alphonse Karr
Display one's proficiency of axe in front of the master carpenter.
Disposição para brigar, a ocasião é que dá.
Disposición del que no es el dueño.
Dispositio a non domino. en] Disposition from the non-owner.
Disprezzo dal più profondo del cuore chi può con piacere marciare in rango e formazione dietro una musica; soltanto per errore può aver ricevuto il cervello; un midollo spinale gli basterebbe ampiamente. (Einstein)
disputandi pruritus ecclesiarum scabies info] An itch for disputation is the incurable disease of the church.
Disputar dell' ombra dell' asino.? Far la zuppa nel paniere.? Far un buco nell' acqua.? Pestar l'acqua nel mortajo.? Seminar nell' arena.