Every dog got dem diay, Every puss dem 4 O' clock.
Every dog got ?e day.
Every dog has his day, a bitch twa afternoons. Scotland
Every dog has its day. info] Everyone gets their chance eventually. Zitat] Hamlet: "..whatever Hercules says, the cat will mew and dog will have its day." fr] Chacun a son jour de gloire.
Every dog hath its day.
Every dog is a great barker at the door of his own house.
Every dog is a lion at home.
Every dog is a tiger in his own street.
Every dog is allowed one bite.
Every dog is entitled to one bite.
Every dog is valiant at his own door.
Every dog is valiant in his own kennel.
Every dog knows his dinnertime.
Every dog must have his day. Swift
Every dog thinks her puppies are the cutest.
Every dog thinks of his own fleas as gazelles.
Every donkey eats hay, the matter is knowing how to give it to him.
Every donkey has its own saddle.
Every door has its own hinges.
Every door may be shut but death's door.
Every door with its own key.
Every dream o' delight has a pound o' spite. Scotland
Every dud bids anither gude day. Scotland
Every duty we omit obscures some truth we should have known. Ruskin
Every ear is tickled with the sweet music of applause. Barrow
Every ebb has its flow.
Every editor of newspapers pays tribute to the devil. La Fontaine
Every effect doth, after a sort, contain, or at least resemble, the cause from which it proceedeth. Hooker
Every effort is made in forming matrimonial alliances to reconcile matters relating to fortune, but very little is paid to the congeniality of dispositions, or to the accordance of hearts. Massillon
Every elephant has to carry its own trunk around.
Every elm has its man.
Every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence.
Every end is a beginning. R.W.Emerson, Essays, Circles
Every English archer beareth under his girdle twenty-four Scots.
Every error has its excuse.
Every error of the mind is the more conspicuous and culpable in proportion to the rank of the person who commits it. Juvenal
Every evening brings us nearer God. Luther
Every event that a man would master must be mounted on the run, and no man ever caught the reins of a thought except as it galloped by him. Holmes
Every evil in the bud is easily crushed; as it grows older it becomes stronger. Cicero
Every evil to which we do not succumb is a benefactor. As the Sandwich islander believes that the strength and valor of the enemy he kills passes into himself, so we gain the strength of the temptations we resist. Emerson
Every excuse is good, if it works.
Every exit is an entry to somewhere.
Every extremity is a fault.
Every eye forms its own fancy.
Every eye has its look.
Every failure is a step to success; every detection of what is false directs us toward what is true; every trial exhausts some tempting form of error. Not only so, but scarcely any attempt is entirely a failure; scarcely any theory, the result of steady thought, is altogether false; no tempting form of error is without some latent charm derived from truth. Whewell
Every failure teaches a man something, if he will (but) learn.