As suposições são os cupins do relacionamento. (Henry Winkler)
As sure as a coat on one's back.
As sure as a gun. Dryden
As sure as a house in Pomfret.
As sure as a juggler's box.
As sure as a louse in bosom.
As sure as a mouse tied with a thread.
As sure as Burton's Bank.
As sure as check.
As sure as cleck.
As sure as ever God puts His children in the furnace. He will be in the furnace with them. Spurgeon
As sure as God is good, so surely there is no such thing as necessary evil. Southey
As sure as God's in Gloucester or Gloucestershire.
As sure as if it had been sealed with butter.
As surfeit is the fasther of much fast,
As surfeit is the father of much fast, so every scope by the immoderate use turns to restraint. Shakespeare
As surly as a butcher's dog.
As sweet and musical As bright Apollo's lute, strung with his hair; And when Love speaks, the voice of all the gods Makes heaven drowsy with the harmony. Shakespeare
As sweet as honey.
As Sylvester said, fair and softly.
As tall as a Maypole.
As tarefas diárias jamais impediram alguém de seguir seus sonhos. (Paulo Coelho)
As tartarugas conhecem as estradas melhor do que os coelhos. (Gibran Khalil Gibran)
As telhas dum telhado encobrem muita miséria.
As tempestades fazem os carvalhos aprofundarem suas raízes. George Herbert
As tender as a chicken.
As tender as a parson's leman.
As tender as Parnell, that broke her finger in a posset-curd.
As that gallant can best affect a pretended passion for one woman who has no true love for another, so he that has no real esteem for any of the virtues can best assume the appearance of them all. Colton
As the (old) proverb goes,.
As the abbot sings the sacristan responds.
As the ancients wisely say Have a care o' th' main chance, And look before you ere you leap; For as you sow y'are like to reap. Butler
As the auld cock craws the young one learns.
As the auld cock craws, the young cock learns. Scotland
As the bag fills, the drones rise. Scotland
As the baker, so the buns; as the father, so the sons.
As the beggar knows his dish.
As the best wine makes the sharpest vinegar, so the deepest love turns to the deadliest hatred.
As the best wine makes the sharpest vinegar, the truest lover may turn into the worst enemy.
As the big hound is, so will the pup be.
As the bird goes from leaf to leaf, the yawn goes from man to man.
As the blessings of health, and fortune have a beginning, so they must also find an end. Everything rises but to fall, and increases but to decay. Sallust
As the blind man catcheth the hare.
As the blind man knows the cuckoo.
As the blind man shot the crow.
As the blush is the signal of innocence, so is serenity of manner the token of a quiet conscience. Madame Necker
As the call, so the echo.
As the camel falls to its knees, more knives are drawn.
As the carl riches, he retches. Scotland
As the Carle riches he wretches.
As the corn is, such will the walk be.
As the crow flies.
As the crow is made for stewing the dog is made for kicking.
As the crow tried to imitate the partridge, it forgot its own walking style.
As the day lengthens, so the cold strengthens.
As the day lengthens, the cold strengthens.
As the days lengthen, so the cold strengthens.
As the dimensions of the tree are not always regulated by the size of the seed, so the consequences of things are not always proportionate to the apparent magnitude of those events that have produced them. Colton
As the dog said, 'If I fall down for you and you fall down for me, it is playing.
As the dog said, 'If I fall down for you and you fall down for me, it is playing.'
As the drunkard goes, is known by his nose.
As the evening twilight fades away, the sky is filled with stars, invisible by day. Longfellow
As the excitement of the game increases, prudence is sure to diminish. Bulwer-Lytton
As the eye becomes blinded by fashion to positive deformity, so, through social conventionalism, the conscience becomes blinded to positive immorality. Mrs. Jameson
As the falcon launched trustingly heavenward is lost to view, the course of the higher poetry often soars beyond the ken of the multitude; and, as the humble birds carol blithely round our dwellings, so the meeker lays of the muse linger tunefully about the heart. Tuckerman
As the fat man gets thinner, the thin one is already dead.
As the fertilest ground must be manured, so must the highest flying wit have a Dædalus to guide him. Sir Philip Sidney
As the field, so the crops; as the father, so the sons.
As the films of clay are removed from our eyes, Death loses the false aspect of the spectre, and we fall at last into its arms as a wearied child upon the bosom of its mother. Bulwer-Lytton
As the flint contains the spark, unknown to itself, which the steel alone can awaken to life, so adversity often reveals to us hidden gems, which prosperity or negligence would forever have hidden. H. W. Shaw
As the flower is before the fruit, so is faith before good works. Whately
As the flowers follow the sun, and silently hold up their petals to be tinted and enlarged by its shining, so must we, if we would know the joy of God, hold our souls, wills, hearts, and minds, still before Him, whose voice commands, whose love warns, whose truth makes fair our whole being. God speaks for the most part in such silence only. If the soul be full of tumult and jangling voices, His voice is little likely to be heard. Alexander Maclaren
As the fool sings, So he thinks the bell rings.
As the fool thinks ay the bell clinks.
As the fool thinks the bell clinks.
As the fool thinks, so the bell tinks or clinks.
As the fool thinks, the bell clinks.
As the fool thinks, the bell clinks. Scotland
As the fool thinks, so the bell clinks.
As the Friday, so the Sunday: as the Sunday, so the week.
As the good man saith, so say we, but as the good woman saith, so it must be.
As the good man saith, so say we: / As the good woman saith, so it must be.
As the goodman saith, so say we; but as the good wife saith, so it must be.
As the gout seems privileged to attack the bodies of the wealthy, so ennui seems to exert a similar prerogative over their minds. Colton
As the government is, such will be the man. Plato
As the grace of man is in the mind, so the beauty of the mind is eloquence.
As the grace of man is in the mind, so the beauty of the mind is eloquence. Cicero
As the grand discordant harmony of the celestial bodies may be explained by the simple principles of gravity and impulse, so also in that more wonderful and complicated microcosm, the heart of man, all the phenomena of morals are perhaps resolvable into one single principle, the pursuit of apparent good; for although customs universally vary, yet man in all climates and countries is essentially the same. Colton
As the greatest liar tells more truths than falsehoods, so may it be said of the worst man, that he does more good than evil. Johnson
As the Greek said, 'Many men know how to flatter, few men know how to praise. Wendell Phillips
As the heart is, so is love to the heart. It partakes of its strength or weakness, its health or disease. Longfellow
As the husband is, the wife is: Thou art mated with a clown, And the grossness of his nature Will have weight to drag thee down. Tennyson
As the husband is, the wife is; thou art mated with a clown. Tennyson
As the index tells us the contents of stories and directs to the particular chapter, even so does the outward habit and superficial order of garments (in man or woman) give us a taste of the spirit, and demonstratively point (as it were a manual note from the margin) all the internal quality of the soul; and there cannot be a more evident, palpable, gross manifestation of poor, degenerate, dunghilly blood and breeding than a rude, unpolished, disordered, and slovenly outside. Massinger
As the interest of man, so his God; as his God, so he. Lavater
As the king lives, so live his vassals.
As the labour, so the pay.
As the language of the face is universal, so is it very comprehensive. No laconism can reach it. It is the short-hand of the mind, and crowds a great deal in a little room. A man may look a sentence as soon as speak a word. The strokes are small, but so masterly drawn that you may easily collect the image and proportions of what they resemble. Jeremy Collier
As the life so teh death.
As the lion said, 4 will kill your lambs and you will remember my presence.?