Excess in apparel is another costly folly. The very trimming of the vain world would clothe all the naked one. William Penn
Excess is not the only thing which breaks men in their health, and in the comfortable enjoyment of themselves; but many are brought into a very ill and languishing habit of body by mere sloth; and sloth is in itself both a great sin, and the cause of many more. South
Excess is unhealthy. Yiddish] Vos tsu iz umgezunt
Excess of delight palls the appetite.
Excess of grief for the deceased is madness; for it is an injury to the living, and the dead know it not. Xenophon
Excess of obligations may lose a friend.
Excess of wealth is cause of covetousness. Marlowe
Excess weakens the spirits. Confucius
Excessive distrust is not less hurtful than its opposite. Most men become useless to him who is unwilling to risk being deceived. Vauvenargues
Excessive liberty and excessive servitude are equally dangerous, and produce nearly the same effect. Zoroaster
Excessive love in loathing ever ends. Ovid
Excessive sensibility is only another name for morbid self-consciousness. Bovee
Excessive talk is sure to include errors.
Excesso de conforto é desconforto. Célio Devenat
Excesso de justiça faz injustiça.
Excesso de justiça, excesso de injustiça.
excesso de liberdade.
Excessos são demasias.
Excetuando uma batalha perdida, nada tão melancólico quanto uma batalha ganha. (Wellington)
Exchange is no robbery.
Exchange of gifts makes good friends.
Excipias gelidos penula trita notos. pt] Sapato, roto ou são, é melhor no pé que na mão.
Excitabat fluctus in simpulo. en] He was stirring up billows in a ladle.
Excitari, non hebescere. en] To be excited, not dull.
Excitement is not enjoyment; in calmness lies true pleasure. The most precious wines are sipped, not bolted at a swallow. Victor Hugo
Excitement is the drunkenness of the spirits. Only calm waters reflect heaven in their bosom. Marguerite de Valois
Exclusively of the abstract sciences, the largest and worthiest portion of our knowledge consists of aphorisms; and the greatest and best of men is but an aphorism. Coleridge
Excommunié mengue bien fouace
Excudit. en] He or she cast it.
Excusas no pedidas, acusación manifiesta
Excusatio non petita, accusatio manifesta. en] An excuse not asked for is an obvious accusation. pt] Quem se escusa, se acusa.
Excuse myself from knowing anything which enslaves me to others. Michel De Montaigne
Excuser (s') v. Poser les fondations d'une future offense. Ambrose Bierce, 1842-1914
Excuses always proceed from a guilty conscience.
Excuses are always mixed with lies.
Excuses are like assholes, everyone has one, and they all stink.
Excusez du peu !
Excusez, as the duck said to the frogs.
Excusing of a fault Doth make the fault worse by the excuse. Shakespeare
Excusons les malheureux : le malheur est une excuse. Anne Barratin, 1845-1911
Exeat aula qui volet esse pius.
Exeat. en] He or she may go out; allowing student to be absent.
Executa cada ação como se fosse a última da tua vida. (Marco Aurélio)
Executions rather whet than dull the edge of vices. Michel De Montaigne
Exegi monumentum aere perennius. de] Ein Denkmal habe ich mir gesetzt, dauernder als Erz. en] I have raised a monument more durable than bronze (from Horace's Odes).
Exegi monumentum aere perennius. en] I have erected a monument more lasting than bronze.
Exempel lehren und schliessen wol.
Exempel sind die besten Lehren, sagte die alte Ente, da watschelte sie den jungen voran.