Every generous illusion of youth leaves a wrinkle as it departs. Experience is the successive disenchanting of the things of life; it is reason enriched with the heart's spoils. J. Petit-Senn
Every gift which is given, even though it be small, is in reality great, if it be given with affection. Pindar
Every gift, though small, is in reality great, if it be given with affection. Philemon.
Every glowworm is not a fire.
Every good gift comes from God.
Every good picture is the best of sermons and lectures. The sense informs the soul. Whatever you have, have beauty. Sydney Smith
Every good scholar is not a good schoolmaster.
Every good thing comes from God.
Every good writer has much idiom; it is the life and spirit of language. Landor
Every government has a god at the head of it. Michel De Montaigne
Every grain has its bran.
Every grain hath his bran.
Every great and commanding movement in the annals of the world is the triumph of enthusiasm. Emerson
Every great book is an action, and every great action is a book. Luther
Every great example of punishment has in it some injustice; but the suffering individual is compensated by the public good. Tacitus
Every great man is a unique. The Scipionism of Scipio is precisely that part he could not borrow. Emerson
Every great mind seeks to labor for eternity. All men are captivated by immediate advantages; great minds alone are excited by the prospect of distant good. Schiller
Every great poem is in itself limited by necessity, but in its suggestions unlimited and infinite. Longfellow
Every great political party that has done this country any good has given to it some immortal ideas that have outlived the members of that party. James A. Garfield
Every great thing is nothing but a lot of little ones.
Every great thing only consists of many small particles united.
Every great writer is a writer of history, let him treat on almost any subject he may. Landor
Every green herb, from the lotus to the darnel, is rich with delicate aids to help incurious man. Tupper
Every green thing loves to die in bright colors. The vegetable cohorts march glowing out of the year in flaming dresses, as if to leave this earth were a triumph and not a sadness. It is never nature that is sad, but only we, that dare not look back on the past, and that have not its prophecy of the future in our bosoms. Beecher
Every groom is (a) king at home.
Every groom is kinhe others, and the host hates them all.
Every gypsy prises his own horse.
Every hair casts its shadow.
Every hare may pluck the dead lion's mane.
Every head has its own kind of headache.
Every head is a world.
Every head must do its own thinking.
Every heart has its own ache.
Every heart has secrets. Yiddish] Yedeh harts hot soides.
Every heart hath its own ache.
Every heart knows its own bitterness.
Every heroic act measures itself by its contempt of some external good. But it finds its own success at last, and then the prudent also extol. Emerson
Every herring must hang by its own gill; Everybody must take responsibility for his or her own actions.
Every hill has its leopard.
Every hill has its valley.
Every hog his own apple.
Every honest miller has a golden thumb.
Every honest miller has a thumb of gold.
Every hooked beak is maintained by prey.
Every horse thinks his/its own pack heaviest.
Every hour has its end. Scott
Every hour of lost time is a chance of future misfortune. Napoleon
Every house has its cross.
Every human being has a work to carry on within, duties to perform abroad, influences to exert, which are peculiarly his, and which no conscience but his own can teach. Channing