All is not gospel that comes out of his mouth.
All is not Gospell that thou doest speake.
John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. ii.
All is not lost that is delayed.
All is not lost that's in peril.
All is not lost, that is delayed.
All is not well;
I doubt some foul play.
All is not won that is put in the purse.
All is of God. If He but wave His hand,
The mists collect, the rains fall thick and loud;
Till, with a smile of light on sea and land,
Lo! He looks back from the departing cloud.
Angels of life and death alike are His;
Without His leave their pass no threshold o'er;
Who, then, would wish or dare, believing this,
Against His messengers to shut the door?
All is to be feared where all is to be lost.
All is vanity, look you; and so the preacher is vanity too.
All is well as long as the sun shines and the fair breath of heaven gently wafts us to our own purpose; but if you will try the excellency and feel the work of faith, place the man in a persecution.
All is well that endes well.
John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. x.
All is well that ends well.
All is well that ends.
All is well with him, who is beloved of his neighbours.
George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All is well, and the man has his mare again.
All is wholesome in the absence of excess.
All is, if I have grace to use it so,
As ever in my Great Task-Master's eye.
On being arrived at his Three-and-Twentieth Year, MILTON.
All Joar 'n Jöhr un to'n Harwst noch 'n Spoatling. (Pommern)
info] Alle Jahre ein Kind und im Herbst noch einen Spätling.
info] Von fruchtbaren Ehegatten. Auch als scherzhafter, mit Protest zurückgewiesener Wunsch den Neuvermählten am Hochzeitstage. Von einem Ehepaar, bei dem das ungefähr eintrifft, heißt es: Se sünd as de Kanikels. Dat geiht as bî de Kanikels.
All judgments in gross are weak and imperfect.
Michel De Montaigne
All June I bound the rose in sheaves,
Now, rose by rose, I strip the leaves.
All just laws condemn cruelty.
All Käuh sünd ees Kälwer west.
All keyes hang not on one girdle.
George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All kin' o' smily round the lips
An' teary roun' the lashes.
All kinds of beauty do not inspire love: there is a kind of it which pleases only the sight, but does not captivate the affections.
All kinds of things may be born before the dawn.
all kinds of thoughts are going round in (o.fashing through) my mind
All Kummer is Wenst.
info] Gewohnheit macht alles leicht.
All lay load on the/a willing horse.
All lay the load on the willing horse.
All learned, and all drunk!
All life is surrounded by a great circumference of death; but to the believer in Jesus, beyond this surrounding death is a boundless sphere of life. He has only to die once to be done with death forever.
All life needs for life is possible to will.
All liquors are not for every one's liking.
All live by seeming.
The beggar begs with it, and the gay courtier
Gains land and title, rank and rule, by seeming;
The clergy scorn it not, and the bold soldier
Will eke with it his service. - All admit it,
All practise it; and he who is content
With showing what he is, shall have small credit
In church, or camp, or state. - So wags the world.
All Lombard Street to a china orange.
All looks yellow to the jaundiced eye.
All love, at first, like generous wine,
Ferments and frets until 'tis fine;
But when 'tis settled on the lee,
And from th' impurer matter free,
Becomes the richer still the older,
And proves the pleasanter the colder.
All loving emotions, like plants, shoot up most rapidly in the tempestuous atmosphere of life.
All' Lüüd (Leute) Müler to stoppen hör'n vöäl Wiegens to.
All luxury corrupts either the morals or the taste.
All mankind are happier for having been happy; so that, if you make them happy now, you make them happy twenty years hence by the memory of it.
All mankind love a lover.
All' Mann 'rann, seggt de Bûr, onn hefft man êne Junge, onn densölwge hefft he söck gelege (o. on desölwge öss lahm).
All matters are not in my lord judge's hand.
All may do what has by man been done.
All may have, if they dare try, a glorious life or grave.
All meal contains bran.
All meat is not the same in every man's mouth.