Every man should know something of law; if he knows enough to keep out of it, he is a pretty good lawyer. H. W. Shaw
Every man should practise only his trade.
Every man should study conciseness in speaking: it is a sign of ignorance not to know that long speeches, though they may please the speaker, are the torture of the hearer. Feltham
Every man should support himself, and not hang upon another.
Every man should take his own.
Every man slams the fat sows arse.
Every man stamps his value on himself. The price we challenge for ourselves is given us. There does not live on earth the man, be his station what it may, that I despise myself compared with him. Man is made great or little by his own will. Schiller
Every man that has felt pain knows how little all other comforts can gladden him to whom health is denied. Yet who is there does not sometimes hazard it for the enjoyment of an hour? Johnson
Every man thinks himself sufficiently intelligent. Michel De Montaigne
Every man thinks his copper is gold.
Every man thinks his own geese swans.
Every man thinks his own owl a falcon.
Every man thinks his own thoughts are best.
Every man thinks with himself, I am well, I am wise, and laughs at others; and 'tis a general fault amongst them all, that which our forefathers approved - diet, apparel, humours, customs, manners - we deride and reject in our time as absurd. Burton.
Every man to his craft/to his trade.
Every man to his own taste. / Tates differ.
Every man to his taste, as the man said when he kissed his cow.
Every man to his taste.
Every man to his trade, quoth the boy to the bishop.
Every man to his trade.
Every man wats best where his own shoe binds him.
Every man wears his belt his ain gate. Scotland
Every man who becomes heartily and understandingly a channel of the Divine beneficence is enriched through every league of his life. Perennial satisfaction springs around and within him with perennial verdure. Flowers of gratitude and gladness bloom all along his pathway, and the melodious gurgle of the blessings he bears is echoed back by the melodious waves of the recipient streams. J. G. Holland
Every man who can blow a horn is not a huntsman.
Every man who observes vigilantly and resolves steadfastly, grows unconsciously into genius. Bulwer-Lytton
Every man who strikes blows for power, for influence, for institutions, for the right, must be just as good an anvil as he is a hammer. J. G. Holland
Every man will have his own criterion in forming his judgment of offers. I depend very much on the effect of affliction. I consider how a man comes out of the furnace; gold will lie for a month in the furnace without losing a grain. Cecil
Every man will have his own turn served.
Every man will shoot at the enemy, but few will fetch the shafts.
Every man will shoot the enemy, but few will go to fetch the shaft.
Every man wishes water to his own mill.
Every man wisheth the water to his own milne.
Every man's censure is first moulded in his own nature. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every man's credit and consequence are proportioned to the sums which he holds in his chest. Juvenal
Every man's follies are the caricature resemblances of his wisdom. John Sterling
Every man's friend is every man's fool.
Every man's friend is no man's friend. Cicero
Every man's friend, is every man's fool.
Every man's house is his castle.
Every man's man had a man, and that gar'd the trave fa'. Scotland
Every man's neighbour is his looking-glass.
Every man's nose will not make a shoeing-horn.
Every man's nose winna be a shoeing horn. Scotland
Every man's powers have relation to some kind of work; and whenever he finds that kind of work which he can do best - that to which his powers are best adapted - he finds that which will give him the best development, and that by which he can best build up, or make, his manhood. J. G. Holland
Every man's sin falls on his own head.
Every man's tale is good til another's be told.
Every man's tale is gude till anither 's tauld. Scotland
Every man's vanity ought to be his greatest shame; and every man's folly ought to be his greatest secret. Quarles
Every man's work is a portrait of himself.
Every man's your enemy till he proves your friend.