Every man, as he loveth, quoth the goodman, when he kissed his cow.
Every man, however good he may be, has a yet better man dwelling in him, which is properly himself, but to whom nevertheless he is often unfaithful. It is to this interior and less mutable being that we should attach ourselves, not to the changeable, every-day man. Wilhelm von Humboldt
Every man, however little, makes a figure in his own eyes. Henry Home
Every man, however wise, requires the advice of some sagacious friend in the affairs of life. Plautus
Every man, in judging of himself, is his own contemporary. He may feel the gale of popularity, but he cannot tell how long it will last. His opinion of himself wants distance, wants time, wants numbers, to set it off and confirm it. Hazlitt
Every man, like Narcissus, becomes enamored of the reflection of himself, only choosing a substance instead of a shadow. His love for any particular woman is self-love at second-hand, vanity reflected, compound egotism. Horace Smith
Every may be hath a may not be.
Every may-be hath a may-be-not.
Every medal has its reverse.
Every medal has its reverse.? Every thing has a good and a bad side.
Every meeting is the beginning of a good-bye.
Every mickle mek a mockle.
Every mile is two in winter. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every miller draws (the) water to his own mill.
Every miller draws watee the water to his ain mill. Scotland
Every miller draws water to his mill. Chacun prÍche pour son saint.
Every mind was made for growth, for knowledge; and its nature is sinned against when it is doomed to ignorance. Channing
Every misfortune is a blessing.
Every misfortune is to be subdued by patience. Virgil
Every mission constitutes a pledge of duty. Mazzini
Every modulated sound is not a song, and every voice that executes a beautiful air does not sing. Singing should enchant. But to produce this effect there must be a quality of soul and voice which is by no means common even with great singers. Joubert
Every moment instructs, and every object; for wisdom is infused into every form. It has been poured into us as blood; it convulsed us as pain; it slid into us as pleasure; it enveloped us in dull, melancholy days, or in days of cheerful labor; we did not guess its essence until after long time. Emerson
Every moment of life is a step towards death. Corneille
Every moment that a man may be in want of employment, than such I hold him to be far better who is forced to labour for nothing. Afghan.
Every monarch is subject to a mightier one. Seneca
Every Monday and Thursday.
Every monkey has his tricks.
Every monkey will have his gambols.
Every monster hath its multitudes.
Every morning has its evening and every evening has a morning.
Every morsel to a satisfied hunger is only a new labor to a tired digestion. South
Every mote doth not blind a man.
Every mother thinks her child is beautiful. Yiddish] Yedeh mutter denkt ir kind iz shain.
Every mother's child is handsome.
Every mother's child or son of them.
Every mother-in-law is a piece of the devil's pants.
Every movement of the theater by a skilful poet is communicated, as it were, by magic, to the spectators; who weep, tremble, resent, rejoice, and are inflamed with all the variety of passions which actuate the several personages of the drama. Hume
Every mule loves to hear himself bray.
Every natural action is graceful. Emerson
Every natural longing has its natural satisfaction. If we thirst, God has created liquid to gratify thirst. If we are susceptible of attachment, there are beings to gratify that love. If we thirst for life and love eternal, it is likely there are an eternal life and an eternal love to satisfy that craving. F. W. Robertson
Every natural movement is graceful. Did you ever watch a kitten at play? Anna Cora Mowatt
Every new broom makes noise.
Every new thing is fine.
Every newly discovered truth judges the world, separates the good from the evil, and calls on faithful souls to make sure of their election. Julia Ward Howe
Every night has a daylight.and every daylight has a night.
Every night he comes With musics of all sorts and songs compos'd To her unworthiness; it nothing steads us To chide him from our eaves; for he persists As if his life lay on't. Shakespeare
Every noble acquisition is attended with its risks; he who fears to encounter the one must not expect to obtain the other. Metastasio
Every noble crown is, and on earth will forever be, a crown of thorns. Carlyle