Every poet, be his outward lot what it may, finds himself born in the midst of prose; he has to struggle from the littleness and obstruction of an actual world into the freedom and infinitude of an ideal. Carlyle
Every political sect has its esoteric and its exoteric school - its abstract doctrines for the initiated; its visible symbols, its imposing forms, its mythological fables, for the vulgar. Macaulay
Every poor man has a dry throat and wet boots.
Every poor man is counted a fool.
Every pot has its cover.
Every pot will find its lid.
Every potter praises his own pot, and (the) more if it be broken.
Every potter praises his pot, and most of all the one that is cracked.
Every potter praises his pot, especially if cracked.
Every potter vaunts his own pot.
Every present occasion will catch the senses of the vain man; and with that bridle and saddle you may ride him. Sir Philip Sidney
Every priestling conceals a popeling.
Every production of genius must be the production of enthusiasm. Beaconsfield
Every profit has a loss.
Every promise is a debt and is owed, blessed is he who keeps his word.
Every promise is a debt.
Every pure thought is a glimpse of God. Bartol
Every question has an answer.
Every question requires not an answer.
Every quotation contributes something to the stability or enlargement of the language. Johnson
Every raisin contains a pip.
Every reader reads himself out of the book that he reads; nay, has he a strong mind, reads himself into the book, and amalgamates his thoughts with the author's. Goethe
Every real master of speaking or writing uses his personality as he would any other serviceable material; the very moment a speaker or writer begins to use it, not for his main purpose, but for vanity's sake, as all weak people are sure to do, hearers and readers feel the difference in a moment. Holmes
Every reed will not make a pipe.
Every relation to mankind, of hate or scorn or neglect, is full of vexation and torment. Dewey
Every religion is good that teaches man to be good. Thomas Paine
Every reproach against an accused man is contemptible.
Every rhinoceros is proud of its horn.
Every river knows where its water would not be soaked up into the earth, and that is where it flows past.
Every road does not lead to Rome.
Every road has two directions.
Every road leads to Rome.
Every rock has its place.
Every rock strikes the feet of disabled goat.
Every rock strikes the feet of the poor.
Every rooster crows best on his own dunghill.
Every rooster crows in its own pen.
Every rooster crows on his own dunghill.
Every rooster is proud on his own dung hill.
Every rooster is valiant on his own dunghill.
Every rooster will crow upon his own dunghill.
Every rose has a thorn as its friend.
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Every rose is an autograph from the hand of the Almighty God on this world about us. He has inscribed His thoughts in these marvelous hieroglyphics which sense and science have been these many thousand years seeking to understand. Theodore Parker
Every rule has its exception.
Every saint has his festival.
Every saint wishes a candle.
Every sandpiper praises his own swamp.
Every scale hath its counterpoise.
Every school boy and school girl who has arrived at the age of reflection ought to know something about the history of the art of printing. Horace Mann