A wound never heals so well that a scar cannot be seen.
A wound never heals so well that the scar cannot be seen.
A wound will heal. Talk won?t.
A wounded conscience is able to un-paradise paradise itself. Thomas Fuller
A wounded conscience is often inflicted as a punishment for lack of true repentance; great is the difference betwixt a man's being frightened at and humbled for his sins. Thomas Fuller
A wounded head can be treated and heals, but a wounded heart never heals.
A wounded heart can with difficulty be cured. Goethe
A wounded reputation is seldom cured.
A wounded soul is difficult to heal.
A wreath of dewy roses, fresh and sweet, just brought from out the garden's cool retreat. Julia C. R. Dorr
A wreck on shore is a beacon at sea.
A wren in the hand is better than a crane to be caught.
A wrestler who is beaten can never get his fill of wrestling.
A wretched soul, bruis'd with adversity, We bid be quiet, when we hear it cry; But were we burthen'd with like weight of pain, As much, or more, we should ourselves complain. Shakespeare: Com. of Errors, Act ii., Sc. 1.
A wretched woman is more unfortunate than a wretched man. Victor Hugo
A wretched year has twenty-four months.
A writer who attempts to live on the manufacture of his imagination is continually coquetting with starvation. Whipple
A writer who builds his arguments upon facts is not easily to be confuted. He is not to be answered by general assertions or general reproaches. He may want eloquence to amuse and persuade; but, speaking truth, he must always convince. Junius
A wrong step by the leader is a warning for those following.
A Wugen is a Seiger (Uhr), a Schlitten is a Peiger (toter Körper). Jüdisch-deutsch Eine Fuhrmannsregel, welche dem Wagen einen Vorzug vor dem Schlitten gibt. Jener besitzt ein Räderwerk wie eine Uhr, während dieser gleich einem Cadaver geschleift werden muss.
A wurde wie a Blut unterm Gesichte.
A Yarmouth capon.
A year of snow, a year of plenty.
A year of snow, bodes a good year for olives.
A year's care, a minute's ruin.
A year?s care, a minute?s ruin.
A year?s harvest counts on spring; a man?s success counts on his diligence.
A yeeld sow was never good to gryses.
A yeld sow was ne'er gude to gryces. Scotland
A yeoman upon his legs is higher than a prince upon his knees.
A Yorkshire fritter.
A Yorkshire way-bit.
A young angel, an old devil.
A young barber and an old physician.
A young bird's mouth is big.
A young branch can be straightened, a mature one breaks.
A young branch takes on all the bends that one gives it.
A young child should be named after him. Yiddish] A kleyn kind zol nokh im heysn.
A young courtier, an old beggar.
A young crocodile does not cry when he falls in the water.
A young devil, an old saint.
A young doctor makes a full graveyard.
A young doctor makes a humpy churchyard.
A young doctor makes a humpy graveyard.
A young doctor means a new graveyard.
A young ewe and an old ram, every year bring forth a lamb.
A young foal and an old horse draw not well together.
A young French lady, an old French gentleman.
A young man a ruler, reckless: an old man a lecher, loveless: a poor man a waster, good-less: a rich man a thief, needless: a woman a ribald, shameless: these five shall never thrive blameless.