A darf nich denken, dass armer Loite Kinder Katzen sein, wenn se gleich rauche Keppe hoan.
A darf och nich dazu lachen.
A dark horse.
Illimitable ocean, without bound,
Without dimension; where length, breadth, and highth,
And time, and place, are lost; where eldest Night
And Chaos - ancestors of Nature, hold
Eternal anarchy, amidst the noise
Of endless wars, and by confusion stand.
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A daughter becomes a saddled horse if she finds her self with a worthy husband, if not, she will become like a mangy dog.
A daughter eats her bread where she is married, a son where it can be earned.
A daughter is a troublesome possession to her father.Menander, The Cousins
A daughter is an embarrassing and ticklish possession.
A daughter is to a father a deceptive treasure and the care of her putteth away sleep.Ben Sira, Book of Wisdom (Ecclesiasticus) 52:9
A daughter of the gods, divinely tall.
And most divinely fair.
A Dream of Fair Women, A. TENNYSON.
à d'autres!- mon oeil!
A d'autres, dénicheur de merles. (Dans le recueil facétieux de Boursault (tome II, page 153), publié en 1758 et ayant pour titre : Lettres nouvelles, on trouve comme explication de cette locution proverbiale tant soit peu (...).)
A day after the fair, like Tom Long the carrier.
A day after the faire.
John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. viii.
A day for God to stoop, and man to soar.
A day for toil, an hour for sport,
But for a friend is life too short.
A day in harvest.
A day of fortune is like a harvest-day, we must be busy when the corn is ripe.
A day of sorrow is longer than a month of joy.
A day of such serene enjoyment spent,
Were worth an age of splendid discontent.
A day to come shows longer than a year that's gone.
A day without bread is a long day indeed.
A day, an hour of virtuous liberty,
Is worth a whole eternity of bondage.
A dead Bee maketh no Hony.
George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A dead dog cannot bite.
A dead man does not make war.
A dead man does not speak.
A dead man has neither friends or relations.
A dead mouse feels no cold.
A dead woman will have four to carry her forth.
A deadly disease,
neither physician nor physic can ease.
A deaf husband and a blind wife are always a happy couple.
A dear bargain is always disagreeable, particularly as it is a reflection upon the buyer's judgment.
A dearth of words a woman need not fear;
But 't is a task indeed to learn - to hear:
In that the skill of conversation lies;
That shows or makes you both polite and wise.
YOUNG: Love of Fame, Satire v., Line 57.
A death-bed's a detector of the heart:
Here tired dissimulation drops her mask,
Through life's grimace that mistress of the scene;
Here real and apparent are the same.
Night Thoughts, Night II, DR. E. YOUNG.
A death-like sleep,
A gentle wafting to immortal life.
A debauched son of a noble family is a foul stream from a clear spring.
A debt paid is a friend kept.
A deceitful peace is more hurtful than an open war.
A decent boldness ever meets with friends.
A deed well done, heart it whemeth.
A deep meaning often lies in old customs.
A défaut de bon foin, on va chercher de la chounire.
A défaut de pain, on mange des croûtes.
A défaut de religion, les hommes garderaient encore des superstitions, aussi longtemps qu'il y aura devant eux de l'inconnu.
Lucien Arréat, 1841-1922
A dégringoler, tout vous pousse.
A deigeh hob ich. (Yiddish)
A Deity believed, is joy begun;
A Deity adored, is joy advanced;
A Deity beloved, is joy matured.
Each branch of piety delight inspires.
A deja prende.