Every acknowledgment of gratitude is a circumstance of humiliation; and some are found to submit to frequent mortifications of this kind, proclaiming what obligations they owe, merely because they think it in some measure cancels the debt. Goldsmith
Every act is best taught by example. Scotland
Every action has its consequences.
Every action has its repercussions.
Every addition to true knowledge is an addition to human power. Horace Mann
Every advantage has his disadvantage.
Every advantage has its disadvantage. Latin
Every age and every nation has certain characteristic vices, which prevail almost universally, which scarcely any person scruples to avow, and which even rigid moralists but faintly censure. Succeeding generations change the fashion of their morals with the fashion of their hats and their coaches; take some other kind of wickedness under their patronage, and wonder at the depravity of their ancestors. Macaulay
Every age confutes old errors and begets new.
Every age has its book.
Every age has its problem, by solving which humanity is helped forward. Heine
Every age might perhaps produce one or two geniuses, if they were not sunk under the censure and obloquy of plodding, servile, imitating pedants. Swift
Every age wants its playthings.
Every ambitious man is a captive and every covetous one a pauper.
Every ananya has his melania.
Every ane bows to the bush that beilds him. Scotland
Every ane for himsel, and God for us a'. Scotland
Every ane has his ain draff pock, though some hang sider than ithers. Scotland
Every ane loups the dike at the laighest. Scotland
Every ane loups the dyke where it's laighest.
Every ane to his ain trade, quo' the brewster to the bishop. Scotland
Every anguish passes except the anguish of hunger.
Every animal eats where it finds peace.
Every animal knows more than you do.
Every animal loves itself. Cicero
Every answer can result in a new question.
Every ant has its ire.
Every antique farm-house and moss-grown cottage is a picture. Washington Irving
Every arrogant victor works on his own destruction.
Every art requires the open person.
Every art requires the whole person.
Every artist was first an amateur. Emerson
Every ass likes to hear himself bray.
Every ass loves to hear himself bray.
Every ass thinks himself worthy to stand with the king's horses.
Every attempt to alienate any portion of our country from the rest should be indignantly frowned upon. George Washington
Every author, in some degree, portrays himself in his works even be it against his will. Goethe
Every author, indeed, who really influences the mind, who plants in it thoughts and sentiments which take root and grow, communicates his character. Error and immorality - two words for one thing, for error is the immorality of the intellect, and immorality the error of the heart - these escape from him if they are in him, and pass into the recipient mind through subtle avenues invisible to consciousness. Whipple
Every bad person deserves a bad problem.
Every base occupation makes one sharp in its practice, and dull in every other. Sir Philip Sidney
Every bean has its black. Toute fève a son point noir.
Every beast roars in its own den.
Every beauty has a temperarnent.
Every beauty has some fault and every plain jane some grace.
Every beauty is beauti ul but what the heart loves is more beautiful.
Every bed has lice.
Every bees hony is sweet. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every beetle is a gazelle in the eyes of its mother.
Every beginning is cheerful; the threshold is the place of expectation. Goethe
Every beginning is hard, said the thief, when he began by stealing an anvil.