Even virtue itself, all perfect as it is, requires to be inspirited by passion; for duties are but coldly performed, which are but philosophically fulfilled. Mrs. Jameson
Even waking up early doesn't hurry the dawn.
Even walls have ears.
Even walls may have ears.
Even when a girl is as shy as a mouse, you still have to beware of the tiger within.
Even when a goat knows that it is being dragged to graze, it still resists.
Even when a samurai has not eaten, he holds his toothpick high.
Even when a sharp sword rests on your neck, don't give up on mercy.
Even when a snake doesn't bit, do not put your finger in it's mouth.
Even when fire has done its very worst, one still has to resort to it.
Even when he has not eaten, a samurai wields his toothpick.
Even when months and days are long, life is short.
Even when our sleeves brush together it is our karma.
Even when the ass wears the lion's skin, its ears betray it. German
Even when the bush is on fire, a Chameleon maintains its majestic movement.
Even when the cotton tree falls down, it's higher than the grass. Africa
Even when there is a real stock of wit, yet the wittiest sayings and sentences will be found in a great measure the issue of chance, and nothing else but so many lucky hits of a roving fancy. South
Even when there is no rooster, the morning will still start.
Even when we fancy we have grown wiser, it is only, it may be, that new prejudices have displaced old ones. Bovee
Even when you dig a soft place, you still leave the garden.
Even wise men die.
Even wit is a burden when it talks too long. Dryden
Even without drumbeats, banana leaves dance.
Even women are perfect at the outset. La Rochefoucauld
Even woods have ears.
Even you are not better than the linen of Deak's wife.
Even you Brutus, my son?' attributed to on the 15th of March after being fatally wounded.
Even your dog knows the homes of your friends.
Evening came. The setting sun stretched his celestial rods of light Across the level landscape, and, like the Hebrews In Egypt, smote the rivers, brooks, and ponds, And they became as blood. Longfellow
Evening grey and moring red make the shepherd hang his head.
Evening is the delight of virtuous age; it seems an emblem of the tranquil close of busy life - serene, placid, and mild, with the impress of its great Creator stamped upon it; it spreads its quiet wings over the grave, and seems to promise that all shall be peace beyond it. Bulwer-Lytton
Evening oats are good morning father.
Evening orts are good morning fodder. de] Was man des Abends aufgehoben, wird man des Morgens zum Frühstück loben.
Evening promises are like butter: morning comes, and it's all melted.
Evening red and morning gray, is the sign of a fair day. de] Der Abend rot, der Morgen grau, bringt das schönste Tagesblau.
Evening red and morning grey help the traveler on his way; evening grey and morning red bring down rain upon his head.
Evening red and morning grey will set the traveller on his way.
Evening red, and morning grey, are sure signs of a fair day: evening grey and morning red, sends the poor shepherd home wet to his bed.
Evening song with drinks: morning song with coughs.
Evening words are not like to morning. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Events are a very poor testimony of our worth and parts. Michel De Montaigne
Events are only the shells of ideas; and often it is the fluent thought of ages that is crystallized in a moment by the stroke of a pen or the point of a bayonet. Chapin
Events are the teacher of stupid persons.' Stupid people learn by experience, bright people calculate what to do.
Events follow one another like the days of the week.
Events of all sorts creep or fly exactly as God pleases. Cowper
Events of great consequence often spring from trifling circumstances. Livy
eventus stultorum magister info] the result is the instructor of fools (Livy).
Ever appearing to feel as little for others as herself. Jean Jacques Rousseau, The Confessions
Ever as before does madness remain, terrific, altogether infernal, boiling up of the nether chaotic deep, through this fair tainted vision of creation, which swims thereon, and which we name the real. Carlyle
Ever building, building to the clouds, still building higher, and never reflecting that the poor narrow basis cannot sustain the giddy tottering column. Schiller