Every bondman in his own hand bears the power to cancel his captivity. Shakespeare
Every bony's work ig nobody's work.
Every book is a quotation, and every house is a quotation out of all forests and mines and stone-quarries, and every man is a quotation from all his ancestors. Emerson
Every book must be chewed to get out its juice.
Every brave man is a man of his word; to such base vices he cannot stoop, and shuns more than death the shame of lying. Corneille
Every breeze wafts intelligence from country to country, every wave rolls it, all give it forth, and all in turn receive it. There is a vast commerce of ideas, there are marts and exchanges for intellectual discoveries, and a wonderful fellowship of those individual intelligences which make up the mind and opinion of the age. Daniel Webster
Every bullet has its billet Toute balle a sa destination.
Every bush is a man.
Every cackling hen was an egg at first.
Every cake hath its make; but a scrape cake hath two.
Every Calvary has an Olivet. To every place of crucifixion there is likewise a place of ascension. The sun that was shrouded is unveiled, and heaven opens with hopes eternal to the soul which was nigh unto despair. Henry Giles
Every camel was once upon time two years old.
Every cask smells of the wine it contains.
Every cat has a proper tail. Over there is a cat with no tail.
Every cat to her kind. / Every Jack has his Jill.
Every cave-hole have him own duppy.
Every century, water finds its riverbed.
Every charitable act is a stepping stone toward heaven. Beecher
Every child walks into existence through the golden gate of love. Beecher
Every Christian is born great because he is born for heaven. Massillon
Every Christian is endued with a power whereby he is enabled to resist temptations; Tillotson
Every Christian that goes before us from this world is a ransomed spirit waiting to welcome us in heaven. Jonathan Edwards
Every closed eye is not sleeping; and every open eye is not seeing.
Every cloud engenders not a storm. Shakespeare
Every cloud has a silver lining. Après la pluie, le beau temps.
Every cloude has a silver lining. afr] Après la plue li beaux tans.
Every clown can find fault, though it would puzzle him to do better.
Every cock crows (o. scratches) around in his own yard.
Every cock crows an his own dunghill (o. scratches) around in his own garden.
Every cock crows best on his own dunghill.
Every cock crows loudest on his own dunghill.
Every cock crows on his own dunghill.
Every cock is master upon his own dunghill.
Every cock is proud an his own dunghill. John Heywood, Proverbs, 1:121
Every cock may crow an his own dunghill. C.H.Spurgeon, John Ploughman's Talk, Ch.13
Every cock sings in his marker.
Every cock will crow upon his own dunghill.
Every cocke is proud on his owne dunghill. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. xi.
Every coin has two sides.
Every commoditie hath a discommoditie annexed wnto it. Scotland
Every common dauber writes rascal and villain under his pictures, because the pictures themselves have neither character nor resemblance. But the works of a master require no index. His features and coloring are taken from nature. The impression they make is immediate and uniform; nor is it possible to mistake his characters. Junius
Every community has its own customs and traditions.
Every convenience brings its own inconveniences along with it.