Every tear is answered by a blossom, Every sigh with songs and laughter blent, Apple-blooms upon the breezes toss them, April knows her own, and is content. Susan Coolidge
Every tear of sorrow sown by the righteous springs up a pearl. Matthew Henry
Every temptation is an opportunity of our getting nearer to God. John Quincy Adams
Every ten years one man has need of another.
Every thing breaks because it is slender, man breaks because of his stoutness.
Every thing has a beginning. Scotland
Every thing has an end, and a puddin has twa. Scotland
Every thing has its good and its bad side.
Every thing has its time, and sae has the rippling-kame. Scotland
Every thing has its time. Chaque chose a son temps.
Every thing hath an end and a pudding has twa.
Every thing hath an end, and a pudding hath two.
Every thing hath its time, and that time must be watched.
Every thing here, but the soul of man, is a passing shadow. The only enduring substance is within. When shall we awake to the sublime greatness, the perils, the accountableness, and the glorious destinies of the immortal soul? Channing
Every thing is best when new, a friend and wine are best when old.
Every thing is good in its season.
Every thing is of use to a houskeeper. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every thing is the waur o' the wear. Scotland
Every thing is the worse for wearing.
Every thing new is fine. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every thing which comes from heaven, the earth receives it.
Every thing would fain live. Scotland
Every thing would live.
Every thought was once a poem. Charles H. Parkhurst
Every thought which genius and piety throw into the world alters the world. Emerson
Every tide has its ebb.
Every time an old man dies it is as if a library has burnt down.
Every time history repeats itself the price goes up.
Every time one laughs a nail is removed from one's coffin.
Every time that a people which has long crouched in slavery and ignorance is moved to its lowest depths there appear monsters and heroes, prodigies of crime and prodigies of virtue. Lamartine
Every time the sheep bleats, it loses a mouthful.
Every time you forgive a man you weaken him and strengthen yourself.
Every time you have something good there is someone who wants you to throw it so as they can pick it.
Every to-morrow brings its bread.
Every tomorrow brings its bread.
Every tongue that speaks But Romeo's name speaks heavenly eloquence. Shakespeare
Every top stands on its own bottom.
Every town has its fool. Yiddish] Itlecheh shtot hot ir meshugenem.
Every trade has its value.
Every trade has to be learnt.
Every traveler has a home of his own, and he learns to appreciate it the more from his wandering. Dickens
Every tree casts shadow on its own bottom.
Every tree dies from its roots.
Every tree feels the force of the wind.
Every tree has its worm to eat it.
Every true man's apparel fits your thief. Shakespeare
Every truth is not good to be told.
Every truth ought not to be told. Toutes vérités ne sont pas bonnes à dire.