WISECRACKER - BAVARD - CHIACCHIERONE - CORREVEIDILE
Every oak has been an acorn.Every old man was once a young man but not every young man will become an old man.Every once in a while, declare peace. It confuses the hell out of your enemies.Every one acts according to his lights.Every one after his fashion.Every one after his own fashion.Every one as they like best, as the good man said, when he kissed his cow.Every one bastes (moistens during cooking) the fat hog, while the lean one burns.Every one basteth the fat hog, while the lean one burneth.Every one bears his cross.Every one can find fault; few can do better.Every one can keep house better than her mother till she trieth.Every one can master a grief but he that has it.
Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing, 2, 2, 29Every one can navigate in fine weather.Every one can remember that which has interested himself.
PlautusEvery one cannot dwell at Rotherhas.Every one carries his own skin to the market.Every one cleaves to the doctrine he has happened upon, as to a rock against which he has been thrown by tempest.
CiceroEvery one complains of the badness of his memory, but nobody of his judgment.
La RochefoucauldEvery one counts for as much as he has.Every one draws the water to his own mill.Every one fastens where there is gaine.
George Herbert, Jacula PrudentumEvery one fault seeming monstrous till his fellow-fault came to match it.
ShakespeareEvery one fears a goat from in front, a horse from the rear and a fool on every side.
Yiddish] Far a tsap hot men moireh fun forent, far a ferd fun hinten, far a nar fun alleh zeiten.Every one feels his own burden heavy.Every one feels the cold according as he is clad.Every one finds fault with his own trade.Every one finds sin sweet and repentance bitter.Every one follows the inclinations of his own nature.
PropertiusEvery one for himself, and God for us all.Every one gives himself credit for more brains than he has, and less money.Every one goes astray, but the least imprudent are they who repent the soonest.
VoltaireEvery one goes with his own sack to the mill.Every one has a fair turn to be as great as he pleases.
Jeremy CollierEvery one has a fool in his sleeve.Every one has a right to his own.
Chacun le sien n'est pas trop.Every one has enough to do, to govern himself well.Every one has his hobbyhorse.Every one has his master.Every one has his own custom.Every one has his particular habit.Every one has his place: the dead in the cemetery and the living at the table.Every one hates the red ant on a kola nut because he cannot eat or sell it.Every one hath a foole in his sleeve.
George Herbert, Jacula PrudentumEvery one hath a penny for the new alehouse.Every one his own, is but fair.Every one his own, is fair.Every one in his own house and God in all of them.
CervantesEvery one in his own house, and God in all men's.Every one is a king in his own house.