Envy ne'er does a gude turn, but when it means an ill ane. Scotland
Envy never dies.
Envy never enriched any man.
Envy never enriches any one.
Envy never has a holiday.
Envy no man.
Envy not greatness: for thou mak'st thereby Thyself the worse, and so the distance greater. Herbert
Envy ought in strict truth to have no place whatever allowed it in the heart of man; for the goods of this present world are so vile and low that they are beneath it, and those of the future world are so vast and exalted that they are above it. Colton
Envy pierces more in the restriction of praises than in the exaggeration of its criticisms. Achilles Poincelot
Envy sees the sea but not the rocks.
Envy shoots at others, and wounds herself.
Envy waits on boasting.
Envy was never a good spokesman.
Envy will merit as its shade pursue, But like a shadow proves the substance true. Pope
Envy, among other ingredients, has a mixture of the love of justice in it. We are more angry at undeserved than at deserved good fortune. Hazlitt
Envy, if surrounded on all sides by the brightness of another's prosperity, like the scorpion confined within a circle of fire, will sting itself to death. Colton
Envy, like a cold prison, benumbs and stupefies; and, conscious of its own impotence, folds its arms in despair. Jeremy Collier
Envy, like flame, blackens that which is above it, and which it cannot reach. J. Petit-Senn
Envy, like flame, soars upwards. Livy
Envy, like the worm, never runs but to the fairest fruit; like a cunning bloodhound, it singles out the fattest deer in the flock. Abraham's riches were the Philistines' envy; and Jacob's blessing bred Esau's hatred. J. Beaumont
Envy, my son, wears herself away, and droops like a lamb under the influence of the evil eye. Sannazaro
Envy, the attendant of the empty mind. Pindar
Envy, to which the ignoble mind's a slave, is emulation in the learned or brave. Pope
Enwy schoteth always at hych markes. Scotland
Enxame de Maio, a quem o pedir, dai-o.
Enxoval que não vai com a noiva, tarde ou nunca.
Enzian, den der hund hat fallen lan. info] Das Kraut Gentiana, sprichwörtliche Bezeichnung des Hundekots
Eo animo. en] With that intention.
Eo instante. en] At that moment.
Eo ipso. en] By that itself; by that fact / at that very place.
Eo maiora cupimus, maiora venerunt. de] Wir begehren um so mehr, je mehr uns zufiel.
Eo nomine. en] Under the name.
Eodem bibere poculo. Plautus
Eodem collyrio mederi omnibus.
Eodem cubito, eadem trutina, pari libra. pt] Como me medires, assim te medirei.
Eodem in ludo docti.
Ep ole igakord suurt tuld, kus suur suits tõuseb.
Ep ole kõik inimesed ühe veega ristitud.
Épargne de bouche vaut rente de pré. (Proverbe français)
Epargner ni âge ni sexe.
Epée de Damoclès.
Epée de poltron n'a pas de pointe.
Ephemera die all at sunset, and no insect of this class has ever sported in the beams of the morning sun. Happier are ye, little human ephemera! Ye played only in the ascending beams, and in the early dawn, and in the eastern light; ye drank only of the prelibations of life; hovered for a little space over the world of freshness and of blossoms; and fell asleep in innocence before yet the morning dew was exhaled. Richter
Ephron, si kein Kickel. Königsberg info] Küchlein, junges Hühnchen. - Ein Zuruf, der etwa soviel sagen will, wie: Sei kein Kind!
Epi par épi, se fait la glane
Epicuri de grege porcus. en] Pig of Epicurus's herd.
Epicuri de grege porcus info] a hog from the grove of Epicurus; an exquisite meal (Horace).
Epicurus says 'gratitude is a virtue that has commonly profit annexed to it.' And where is the virtue, say I, that has not? But still the virtue is to be valued for itself, and not for the profit that attends it. Seneca