A trop demander sa route, on finit par n'y voir goutte. (Proverbe allemand)
A trop parler, On en oublie de manger. (Proverbe américain)
A trop surveiller, On finit par ne rien voir. (Proverbe antillais)
A trouble (o. problem) shared is a trouble (o. problem) halved.
A trouble shared is a trouble halved
A trouble shared is a trouble halved.
A troubled heart is a worm to the bones.
A trout in the pot is better than a salmon in the sea.
A trout with four legs.
A true and genuine impudence is ever the effect of ignorance, without the least sense of it. Steele
A true and noble friendship shrinks not at the greatest of trials. Jeremy Taylor
A true artist should put a generous deceit on the spectators, and effect the noblest designs by easy methods. Burke
A true Christian man is distinguished from other men, not so much by his beneficent works as by his patience. Horace Bushnell
A true critic ought rather to dwell upon excellences than imperfections, to discern the concealed beauties of a writer, and communicate to the world such things as are worth their observation. Addison
A true critic, in the perusal of a book, is like a dog at a feast, whose thoughts and stomach are wholly set upon what the guests fling away, and consequently is apt to snarl most when there are the fewest bones. Swift
A true delineation of the smallest man is capable of interesting the greatest man. Carlyle
A true friend embraces our objects as his own. We feel another mind bent on the same end, enjoying it, ensuring it, reflecting it, and delighting in our devotion to it. Channing
A true friend is a special gift.
A true friend is discerned during an uncertain matter.
A true friend is forever a friend. George MacDonald
A true friend is forever our friend.
A true friend is one soul in two bodies. Aristotle
A true friend is someone who reaches for your hand, but touches your heart.
A true friend is tested in adversity. Quintus Ennius
A true friend is the one who reaches for your hand and touches your heart.
A true friend laughs at your stories even when they?re not so good, and sympathizes with your troubles even when they?re not so bad.
A true friend will appear such in leaving us to act according to our intimate conviction, - will cherish this nobleness of sentiment, will never wish to substitute his power for our own. Channing
A true friend, is one that will take a bullet for you in the war.
A true gentleman would rather have his clothes torn than mended.
A true knight is fuller of gay bravery in the midst than in the beginning of danger. Sir Philip Sidney
A true life is at once interpreter and proof of the gospel. Whittier
A true man never frets about his place in the world, but just slides into it by the gravitation of his nature, and swings there as easily as a star. Chapin
A true philosopher is beyond the reach of fortune. Landor
A true philosopher Makes death his common practice, while he lives, And every day by contemplation strives To separate the soul, far as he can, From off the body. May
A true reformation must begin at the upper end.
A true religious instinct never deprived man of one single joy; mournful faces and a sombre aspect are the conventional affectations of the weak-minded. Hosea Ballou
A true sarcasm is like a sword-stick; it appears, at first sight, to be much more innocent than it really is, till, all of a sudden, there leaps something out of it - sharp and deadly and incisive - which makes you tremble and recoil. Sydney Smith
A true teacher should penetrate, to whatever is vital in his pupil, and develop that by the light and heat of his own intelligence. Whipple
A true wife is her husband?s flower of beauty.
A true word needs no oath.
A truly educated person is a gem.
A truly elegant taste is generally accompanied with an excellency of heart. Fielding
A truly great man never puts away the simplicity of a child.
A truly great man never puts away the simplicity of a child. Chinese.