Every human being whose mind is not debauched, will be willing to give all that he has to get knowledge. Johnson
Every human can make a mistake.
Every human feeling is greater and larger than the exciting cause - a proof, I think, that man is designed for a higher state of existence, and this is deeply implied in music, in which there is always something more and beyond the immediate expression. Coleridge
Every human heart is human. Longfellow
Every human soul has a germ of some flowers within; and they would open if they could only find sunshine and free air to expand in. I always told you that not having enough of sunshine was what ailed the world. Make people happy, and there will not be half the quarrelling or a tenth part of the wickedness there is. Mrs. L. M. Child
Every idea must have a visible enfolding. Victor Hugo
Every ill man hath his ill day. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every impediment is a benefit.
Every inch o' joy has an ell o' annoy added to it. Scotland
Every inch of joy has an ell of annoy. Scotland
Every individual has a place to fill in the world, and is important in some respect, whether he chooses to be so or not. Hawthorne
Every individual nature has its own beauty. One is struck in every company, at every fireside, with the riches of nature, when he hears so many new tones, all musical, sees in each person original manners, which have a proper and peculiar charm, and reads new expressions of face. He perceives that nature has laid for each the foundations of a divine building, if the soul will build thereon. Emerson
Every innovation startles us more by its novelty than it benefits us by its utility.
Every inordinate cup is unblessed and the ingredient is a devil. Shakespeare
Every instance of a man's suffering the penalty of the law is an instance of the failure of that penalty in effecting its purpose, which is to deter. Whately
Every invalid is a doctor.
Every invalid is a physician.
Every Jack finds his Jill.
Every Jack has his Jill. A chacun sa chacune. À chaque pot son couvercle.
Every Jack must have his Jill.
Every jester likes his hat.
Every joy will follow in grief's footsteps.
Every kind of animal can be tamed, but not the tongue of man.
Every kind of love is love, but self-love is supreme among them.
Every kind of wood is grey when they are reduced to ashes.
Every knave is a thorough knave, and a thorough knave is a knave throughout. Bishop Berkeley
Every labourer is worthy of his hire.
Every lamb knows its own dam.
Every land has its laugh, And every corn has its chaff.
Every land has its own law.
Every land to its own custom, every wheel its own spindle.
Every law has a loophole.
Every law has its loophole.
Every law is broken to become a king.
Every leaf and twig was * * * covered with a sparkling ice armor. Even the grasses in exposed fields were hung with innumerable diamond pendants, which jingled merrily when brushed by the foot of the traveler. * * * It was as if some superincumbent stratum of the earth had been removed in the night, exposing to light a bed of untarnished crystals. Thoreau
Every legitimate authority should respect its extent and its limits. Joubert
Every letter must be chewed before you can refresh yourself with its juice.
Every library should try to be complete on something, if it were only the history of pin-heads. Holmes
Every life has its actual blanks, which the ideal must fill up, or which else remain bare and profitless forever. Julia Ward Howe
Every life has its joy, every joy its law.
Every light has its shadow.
Every light hath its shadow.
Every light is not the sun.
Every limb wants to speak but the tongue alone does the talking. Yiddish] Ale glider viln redn un di tsung aleyn shtelt men aroys.
Every lion has to defend himself against flies.
Every little blade of grass declares the presence of God.
Every little fish expects to become a whale.
Every little frog is great in his own bog.
Every little helps to lighten the freight, said the captain, as he threw his wife overboard.
Every little helps, as the old woman said, when she p - in the sea.