Everybody has a name, but not always the same luck with it.
Everybody has been young before, but not everybody has been old before.
Everybody has enemies. To have an enemy is quite another thing. One must be somebody in order to have an enemy. One must be a force before he can be resisted by another force. Madame Swetchine
Everybody has his fifteen minutes of fame.
Everybody has his own theatre, in which he is manager, actor, prompter, playwright, sceneshifter, boxkeeper, doorkeeper, all in one, and audience into the bargain. J. C. and A. W. Hare
Everybody in this world wants watching, but nobody more than ourselves. H. W. Shaw
Everybody is kin to the rich man.
Everybody is the architect of his own fortune.
Everybody is the smith of his own happiness.
Everybody is wise after the event.
Everybody is wise after the thing has happened.
Everybody joins to blame or condemn a child who overthrows the pot of soup.
Everybody knows best where his own shoe pinches.
Everybody knows good counsel except he who has need of it.
Everybody knows good counsel except him that has need of it.
Everybody knows good counsel except him who has need of it.
Everybody knows that fanaticism is religion caricatured; bears, indeed, about the same relation to it that a monkey bears to a man; yet, with many, contempt of fanaticism is received as a sure sign of hostility to religion. Whipple
Everybody knows worse of himself than he knows of other men. Johnson
Everybody likes his own opinion.
Everybody loves a fool, but nobody wants him for a son.
Everybody loves a lord.
Everybody must live.
Everybody must row with the oars he has.
Everybody must wear out one pair of fool's shoes, if he wear no more.
Everybody regrets not what he leaves but what he does not find.
Everybody says it, and what everybody says must be true. James Fenimore Cooper
Everybody says it, nobody knows it.
Everybody sees only his own dish.
Everybody takes pleasure in returning small obligations; many go so far as to acknowledge moderate ones; but there is hardly any one who does not repay great obligations with ingratitude. La Rochefoucauld
Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.
Everybody thinks his own cuckoo sings better than another's nightingale.
Everybody to whom much is given, of him will much be required.
Everybody's business is nobody's (business).
Everybody's busy is nobody's business.
Everybody's companion is nobody's friend.
Everybody's friend is nobody's (friend).
Everybody's friend is true to none.
Everybody's friend or nobody's friend, is all one.
Everybody's friend, everybody's fool.
Everybody's friend, nobody's friend.
Everybody's friends and nobody's friend is all one.
Everybody's queer but you and me, and even you are a little queer.
Everyday living is life lessons. by Allen Zimama.
Everyone according to their talent and every talent according to its work.
Everyone admires his own character.
Everyone agrees that a secret should be kept intact, but everyone does not agree as to the nature and importance of secrecy. Too often we consult ourselves as to what we should say, what we should leave unsaid. There are few permanent secrets, and the scruple against revealing them will not last forever. La Rochefoucauld
Everyone and everything has a meaning and position to fill in life.
Everyone blames his memory, but never his judgement.