Every little helps, said the sow, when she snapped at a gnat.
Every little helps.
Every little love captured as a playful spark becomes a great flame.
Every little pot has a fitting lid.
Every little yielding to anxiety is a step away from the natural heart of man.
Every living thing has a story to tell.
Every loony is different.
Every loss is a piece of advice. en] Trouble brings instruction in its hand. enz] Sweet are the uses of adversity. Shakespeare, As You Like It, 2, 1, 12 tü] Her ziyan bir ögüttür.
Every lover is a slave: he follows captive at his mistress's heels.
Every madman has its own enthusiasm.
Every madman thinks all other men mad. Publius Syrus
Every maid is undone.
Every man a little beyond himself is a fool.
Every man after his fashion; Every individual must follow his or her own inclination.
Every man as he loves, quoth the good man when he kissed his cow.
Every man as his business lies.
Every man assumes the colors of his surroundings.
Every man at time of Death, Would fain set forth some saying that may live After his death and better humankind; For death gives life's last word a power to live, And, like the stone-cut epitaph, remain After the vanished voice, and speak to men. Tennyson
Every man basteth the fat hog.
Every man bears something within him that, if it were publicly announced, would excite feelings of aversion. Goethe
Every man can rule a shrew save he that hath her.
Every man can rule an ill wife, but he that hes Her.
Every man can tame a shrew but he tat hath her.
Every man cannot be purveyor of cat's-meat to Her Majesty.
Every man cannot be vicar of Bowdon.
Every man cannot hit the nail on the head.
Every man cannot speak with the king.
Every man carries an enemy in his own bosom.
Every man deems that he has precisely the trials and temptations which are the hardest of all for him to bear; but they are so, because they are the very ones he needs. Richter
Every man desires to live long; but, no man would be old. Swift
Every man does his work after his own fashion.
Every man feels instinctively that all the beautiful sentiments in the world weigh less than a single lovely action. Lowell
Every man for himself and the devil take the hindmost.
Every man for himself, and God for (us) all.
Every man for himself, and the Devil take the hindmost.
Every man for himself, his own ends, the devil for all. Burton
Every man for Himself, quoth the mertine.
Every man for himself.
Every man for himselfe and God for us all. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. ix.
Every man for his ain hand, as Harry Wynd, the smith, said. Scotland
Every man for his ain hand, as henry wynd fought.
Every man forges his own destiny.
Every man goes down to his death bearing in his hands only that which he has given away.
Every man has a fool up his sleeve.
Every man has a good wife and a bad trade.
Every man has a madness of his own. Yiddish] Itlecher mentsh hot zikh zein shigoyen.
Every man has a paradise around him until he sins, and the angel of an accusing conscience drives him from his Eden. And even then there are holy hours, when this angel sleeps, and man comes back, and with the innocent eyes of a child looks into his lost paradise again. Longfellow
Every man has a price.
Every man has a right to utter what he thinks truth, and every other man has a right to knock him down for it. Martyrdom is the test. Johnson
Every man has at times in his mind the ideal of what he should be, but is not. This ideal may be high and complete, or it may be quite low and insufficient; yet, in all men that really seek to improve, it is better than the actual character. Perhaps no one is so satisfied with himself that he never wishes to be wiser, better, and more holy. Theodore Parker