Explore the dark recesses of the mind, In the soul's honest volume read mankind, And own, in wise and simple, great and small, The same grand leading principle in all; * * * * * Far parent and for child, for wife and friend, Our first great mover, and our last great end Is one; and by whatever name we call The ruling tyrant, Self, is all in all. Churchill
Expor roupa suja ao público, por meio da arte, nunca leva a uma obra-prima. (François Truffaut)
Expresis verbis. en] In express terms.
Express yourself earnestly, and you have no reason for shame even if you lack talent.
Expresses more contempt and condemnation than the other. Michel De Montaigne
Expresses strong suspicion.
Expressio unius est exclusio alterius. en] The expression of one thing excludes others.
Expression is the dress of thought, and still Appears more decent as more suitable; A vile conceit in pompous words express'd, Is like a clown in regal purple dress'd. Pope
Expression is the mystery of beauty. Bulwer-Lytton
Expressis verbis. de] Wörtlich/mit ausdrücklichen Worten. en] In express terms.
Exquisite beauty resides rather in the female form than face, where it is also more lasting. Lamartine
Exsultat levitate puer gravitate senectus.
Extemporaneous and oral harangues will always have this advantage over those that are read from a manuscript: every burst of eloquence or spark of genius they may contain, however studied they may have been beforehand, will appear to the audience to be the effect of the sudden inspiration of talent. Colton
Extend their anger and hatred beyond the dispute in question. Michel De Montaigne
Extended empire, like expanded gold Exchanges solid strength for feeble splendor. Johnson
Exteriorizar impressões é mais persuadirmo-nos de que as temos do que termo-las. Fernando Pessoa
Exterminatus extremis. en] Extreme extermiantion.
Extincta lucerna omnis mulier eadem.
Extinguish the spark before the the house is on fire, deflect the trouble before its strike.
Extinguish vanity in the mind, and you naturally retrench the little superfluities of garniture and equipage. The blossoms will fall of themselves when the root that nourishes them is destroyed. Steele
Extol not riches then, the toil of fools, The wise man's cumbrance, if not snare, more apt To slacken virtue, and abate her edge, Than prompt her to do aught may merit praise. Milton
Extol the virtue of water, but drink wine.
Extortor bonorum legumque contortor. en] One who extorts good citizens and twists the laws (Terence).
Extra carcerem causam agere tutissimum.
extra chorum saltare.Erasmus, Adagia
Extra commercium. en] Out of commerce.
Extra ecclesiam nulla salus. de] Außerhalb der Kirche kein Heil.
Extra Ecclesiam nulla salus. en] Outside the Church there is no salvation.
Extra gahn (gehen). Holstein Untreu in der Ehe sein
Extra hungariam non est vita, si est vita, non est ita.