Every one is as God made him, and often a great deal worse. Cervantes
Every one is emperor on his own ground.
Every one is forward to complain of the prejudices that mislead other men and parties, as if he were free, and had none of his own. This being objected on all sides, it is agreed that it is a fault and a hindrance to knowledge. What now is the cure? No other but this, that every man should let alone others' prejudices and examine his own. Locke
Every one is glad to see a knave caught in his own trap.
Every one is innocent until he is proved guilty.
Every one is kin to the rich man.
Every one is least known to himself, and it is very difficult for a man to know himself. Cicero
Every one is the poorer in proportion as he has more wants, and counts not what he has, but wishes only what he has not. Manilius
Every one is weary, the poore in seeking, the rich in keeping, the good in learning. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every one is well or ill at ease, according as he finds himself! not he whom the world believes, but he who believes himself to be so, is content; and in him alone belief gives itself being and reality. Montaigne
Every one is wise after the event.
Every one is wise for his own profit.
Every one is wise when the mischief is done.
Every one is witty for his owne purpose. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every one knows best where the shoe pinches him.
Every one knows the veneration which was paid by the Jews to a name so great, wonderful, and holy. They would not let it enter even into their religious discourses. What can we then think of those who make use of so tremendous a name, in the ordinary expression of their anger, mirth, and most impertinent passions? Addison
Every one likes justice in another's house, none in his own.
Every one likes to wipe his shoes on poverty.
Every one may know that to will and not to do, when there is opportunity, is in reality not to will; and that to love what is good and not to do it, when it is possible, is in reality not to love it. Will, which stops short of action, and love, which does not do the good that is loved, is a mere thought separate from will and love, which vanishes and comes to nothing. Swedenborg
Every one measures other people's corn by his own bushel.
Every one minds his own interest.
Every one must live by his calling. Il faut que chacun vive de son métier. Tout métier doit rapporter.
Every one must pay his debt to nature.
Every one must row with the oars he has.
Every one of his opinions appears to himself to be written with sunbeams. Watts
Every one of us shall give account of himself to God. Bible
Every one praises his own saint.
Every one preaches for his own saint.
Every one puts his fault on the times.
Every one rakes the fire under his own pot.
Every one reaps as he sows.
Every one says: My right is good.
Every one sees his smart coat, no one sees his shrunken belly.
Every one should sweep before his own door.
Every one sings as he has the gift, and marries as he has the luck.
Every one sneezes as God pleases.
Every one speaks as he is.
Every one speaks of it, - who has known it? Madame Necker
Every one speaks of it, few know it. Mme. Roland
Every one speaks of the fair as he himself finds it.
Every one speaks of the feast as he finds it.
Every one stretches his legs according to his coverlet. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every one stretches his legs according to the length of his coverlet.
Every one takes his flogging in his own way.
Every one takes his pleasure where he finds it.
Every one thinkes his sacke heaviest. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every one thinks he has more than his share of brains.