Even in a hero's heart Discretion is the better part. Churchill
Even in a righteous cause force is a fearful thing; God only helps when men can help no more. Schiller
Even in animals there exists the spirit of their sires. Horace
Even in evil, that dark cloud which hangs over the creation, we discern rays of light and hope, and gradually come to see in suffering and temptation proofs and instruments of the sublimest purposes of wisdom and love. Channing
Even in heaven, it is not good to be alone.
Even in hell it is good to have friends.
Even in hell you meet relations.
Even in laughter the heart is sorrowful. Bible, Proverbs (ch. XIV, v. 13)
Even in Mecca people make money.
Even in paradise it is no fun to be alone.
Even in paradise, living all alone would be hell.
Even in social life, it is persistency which attracts confidence, more than talents and accomplishments. Whipple
Even in the ashes there will be a few sparks.
Even in the fiercest uproar of our stormy passions, conscience, though in her softest whispers, gives to the supremacy of rectitude the voice of an undying testimony. Chalmers
Even in the freshest of milk, you will still find hairs.
Even in the midst of compassion we feel within I know not what tart-sweet titillation of malicious pleasure in seeing others suffer; children have the same feeling. Montaigne
Even in the tiniest little chapel there are some prayers said once a year.
Even in the worst of times someone turns a profit.
Even in war, moral power is to physical as three parts out of four. Napoleon
Even Jupiter himself cannot be in love and wise at the same time.
Even kings but play; and when their part is done, some other, worse or better, mounts the throne. Dryden
Even knaves may be made good for something. Rousseau
Even legal punishments lose all appearance of justice, when too strictly inflicted on men compelled by the last extremity of distress to incur them. Junius
Even light takes a decade to travel ten light-years.
Even lust and envy sleep. Dryden
Even monkeys fall from trees.
Even now, as, wandering upon Erie's shore, I hear Niagara's distant cataract roar, I sigh for England - oh! these weary feet Have many a mile to journey, ere we meet. Moore
Even of a good thing too much is harmful.
Even old foxes are caught in the snare.
Even on old goat likes to lick salt.
Even one hundred words lead to one end.
Even one person in the field is a warrior, if he is a Soviet warrior (from Russian 'One person in the field is not a warrior').
Even op, en de kleÍren voor de doodschuld.
Even our fingers are not equal.
Even our tongues and our teeth sometimes clash.
Even over cold pudding, the coward says: 'It will burn my mouth.'.
Even paradise is no fun without people.
Even peace may be purchased at too high a price. Franklin
Even perfume smells bad when poured on shit.
Even play has ended in fierce strife and anger. Horace
Even pleasure cloys without variety. Ovid
Even pulling a fish out of the pond requires some effort.
Even rabbits insult an dead lion.
Even reckoning makes (keeps) long friends.
Even reckoning makes long friends.
Even reproof, from authority ought to be grave, and not taunting. Bacon
Even silence is an answer.
Even silence speaks.
Even sleep is characteristic. How beautiful are children in their lovely innocence! how angel-like their blooming features! and how painful and anxious is the sleep of the guilty! Wilhelm von Humboldt