Every tub must stand upon its bottom. Charles Macklin, Man of the World (1792), Act I, scene 2
Every tub must stand upon its own bottom. Bunyan
Every tub should stand on its own.
Every tub smells of the wine it holds.
Every unfulfilled aspiration of humanity in the past; all partial representation of perfect character; all sacrifices, nay, even those of idolatry, point to the fulfillment of what we want, the answer to every longing - the type of perfect humanity, the Lord Jesus Christ. F. W. Robertson
Every unpunished murder takes away something from the security of every man's life. Daniel Webster
Every vegetable has its time.
Every vessel has its own waves.
Every vice fights against nature.
Every village has certain drawbacks to it.
Every vine must have its stake.
Every virtue is but halfway between two vices.
Every want that stimulates the breast becomes a source of pleasure when redressed. Goldsmith
Every want, not of a low kind, physical as well as moral, which the human breast feels, and which brutes do not feel, and cannot feel, raises man by so much in the scale of existence, and is a clear proof, and a direct instance, of the favor of God toward his so much favored human offspring. Daniel Webster
Every war involves a greater or less relapse into barbarism. War, indeed, in its details, is the essence of inhumanity. It dehumanizes. It may save the state, but it destroys the citizen. Bovee
Every way up has its way down. Yiddish] Yeder barg-aroif hot zein barg-arop.
Every white hath its black, and every sweet its sour. Unknown, Sir Gauline
Every who streches a skin on a drum, pulls the skin own his own side.
Every why has its wherefore.
Every why hath a wherefore. William Shakespeare, The Comedy of Errors, Act II, scene 2
Every wind bloweth not down the corn.
Every wind does not shake down the nut.
Every wind is against a leaky ship.
Every wind is ill to a broken ship.
Every winter, When the great sun has turned his face away, The earth goes down into the vale of grief, And fasts, and weeps, and shrouds herself in sables, Leaving her wedding-garlands to decay - Then leaps in spring to his returning kisses. Charles Kingsley
Every wise man is afraid of a fool.
Every wise woman builds her house: but the fool plucks it down with her hands. Proverbs 14.-1.
Every wish is like a prayer with God. Elizabeth B. Browning
Every woman has something of a witch about her.
Every woman is at heart a rake. Pope
Every woman is beautiful until she speaks.
Every woman is in the wrong until she cries, and then she is in the right instantly. Haliburton
Every woman needs two men, one to be married to and the other to compare.
Every woman would rather be handsome than good.
Every wonder lasts three days.
Every wood has its own smoke.
Every word has a place and every dot a coordination.
Every word has three definitions and three interpretations.
Every word in its place. Yiddish] Yedes vort oyf zayn ort.
Every word of God is flawless; He is a shield to those who take refuge in him.
Every worm has its hole.
Every worm to his taste.
Every wretch, pining and pale before Beholding him, plucks comfort from his looks: A largess universal, like the sun, His liberal eye doth give to every one, Thawing cold fear. Shakespeare
Every year after fifty brings ten ailments.
Every year of my life I grow more convinced that it is wisest and best to fix our attention on the beautiful and good and dwell as little as possible on the dark and the base. Cecil