Every man has business and desire, such as it is. Shakespeare
Every man has his ain draff porch.
Every man has his appointed day; life is brief and irrevocable; but it is the work of virtue to extend our fame by our deeds. Virgil
Every man has his burden. Yiddish] Yeder mentsh hot zein peckel.
Every man has his cross to bear.
Every man has his devilish minutes. Lavater
Every man has his faults. / Every grain has its bran.
Every man has his feeble.
Every man has his gift.
Every man has his hobby-horse.
Every man has his liking.
Every man has his lot, and a wide world before him.
Every man has his own idiosyncrasies. Yiddish] Yeder mentsh hot zein aigeneh meshugass.
Every man has his peculiar habit.
Every man has his price.
Every man has his taste.
Every man has his value.
Every man has his weak side. Scotland
Every man has just as much vanity as he wants understanding. Pope
Every man has obligations which belong to his station. Duties extend beyond obligation, and direct the affections, desires and intentions as well as the actions. Whewell
Every man has one black patch, and some have two.
Every man has something to do which he neglects, every man has faults to conquer which he delays to combat. Johnson
Every man has three characters - that which he exhibits, that which he has, and that which he thinks he has. Alphonse Karr
Every man has two educations - that which is given to him, and the other, that which he gives to himself. Of the two kinds, the latter is by far the most valuable. Indeed, all that is most worthy in a man, he must work out and conquer for himself. It is that that constitutes our real and best nourishment. What we are merely taught seldom nourishes the mind like that which we teach ourselves. Richter
Every man hath a fool in his sleeve.
Every man hath his faults.
Every man hath his hobby-horse.
Every man have a fool in his sleeve.
Every man have his hobby-horse.
Every man his own is not too much.
Every man honest till de day him ketch.
Every man I meet is in some way my superior; and in that I can learn from him.
Every man in his way.
Every man in the time of courtship and in the first entrance of marriage, puts on a behavior like my correspondent's holiday suit. Addison
Every man is a fool in some man's opinion.
Every man is a king (o. master) in his own house.
Every man is a king in his own house.
Every man is a missionary, now and forever, for good or for evil, whether he intends or designs it or not. Chalmers
Every man is a pilot in a calm sea.
Every man is a prince in his own bed.
Every man is a volume if you know how to read him. Channing
Every man is an original and solitary character. None can either understand or feel the book of his own life like himself. Cecil
Every man is best known to himself.
Every man is blind to his own faults. Yiddish] Yeder mentsh iz oif zikh alain blind.
Every man is bound to tolerate the act of which he himself has set the example. Phædrus
Every man is dearest to himself.
Every man is either a fool or a physician to himself.