Every season hath its pleasures; Spring may boast her flowery prime, Yet the vineyard's ruby treasures Brighten Autumn's sob'rer time. Moore
Every sect clamors for toleration when it is down. Macaulay
Every sect, as far as reason will help them, gladly use it; when it fails them, they cry out it is a matter of faith, and above reason. Locke
Every seed knows its time.
Every seller praises his wares.
Every sentence is the result of a long probation. The author's character is read from title-page to end. Thoreau
Every sermon must have a solid rest in Scripture, and the pointedness which comes of a dear subject, and the conviction which belongs to well-thought argument, and the warmth that proceeds from earnest appeal. Phillips Brooks
Every sheep is hanged from its own leg.
Every sheep is hung by his own leg.
Every sheep is hung by its own leg.
Every sheep is hung up by its foot.
Every sheep to her mate.
Every sheep will be hanged from its own legs.
Every sheet has parted.
Every sheet has parted. Every hope has vanished.].
Every shoe fits not every foot.
Every shop has its trick.
Every shot does not bring down a bird.
Every sickness begins in the stomach.
Every sin brings its punishment along with it.
Every sin brings its punishment with it. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every sin provokes its punishment. Alcott
Every single gross act of sin is much the same thing to the conscience that a great blow or fall is to the head; it stuns and bereaves it of all use of its senses for a time. South
Every skin teeth aint a laugh.
Every smart man is an ignoramus who abuses his ignorance.
Every soil does not bear the same fruit.
Every soldier has the baton of a field marshal in his knapsack.
Every son of Adam keeps hoping until he is carried away to his grave.
Every soul has a landscape that changes with the wind that sweeps the sky, with the clouds that return after its rain. George MacDonald
Every source flows to the sea.
Every sow deserves not a sack posset.
Every sow to her ain trough. Scotland
Every sow to her own trough.
Every sparrow to its ear of wheat.
Every sprat now-a-days calls itself a herring.
Every state is worm's meat. Scotland
Every step of progress which the world has made has been from scaffold to scaffold, and from stake to stake. Wendell Phillips
Every stick has two ends.
Every stone conceals a lurking scorpion.
Every story has two sides and every song has twelve versions.
Every straw is a thorn at night.
Every stream has its source.
Every street has two sides, the shady side and the sunny. When two men shake hands and part, mark which of the two takes the sunny sides; he will be the younger man of the two. Bulwer-Lytton
Every style formed elaborately on any model must be affected and straight-laced. Whipple
Every subject's duty is the king's; but every subject's soul is his own. Shakespeare
Every suitor is not a heart breaker.
Every sun has to set.
Every superiority has it's weakness and every weakness has its superiority.