As boas maneiras tudo vencem.
As boas novas, a todo tempo; as más, pela manhã.
As boas palavras custam pouco e valem muito.
As bold as Beauchamp.
As bold as blind Bayard.
As bold as brass.
As boys should be educated with temperance, so the first greatest lesson that should be taught them is to admire frugality. It is by the exercise of this virtue alone they can ever expect to be useful members of society.
As brag as a body-louse.
As brisk as a bee in a tar-pot.
As brisk as a body-louse.
As broad as it is long.
As broken a ship as this has come to land.
As brown as a berry.
As busie as a bee.
As busy as a good wife at an oven, and neither meal nor dough.
As busy as a hen that hath but one chicken.
As busy as Batty. Devon.
As busy as the devil in a high wind.
As by flattery a man opens his bosom to his mortal enemy; so by detraction and slander he shuts the same to his best friends.
As cabeças frias governam as cabeças ardentes.
As cadelas apressadas parem cães tortos.
As cap in cap-case.
As cãs afugentam o amor.
As catt in cap-case, if I light not on St. Hewsday.
As ceremony is the invention of wise men to keep fools at a distance, so good-breeding is an expedient to make fools and wise men equals.
As charity covers a multitude of sins before God, so does politeness before men.
As chaste as is the bud ere it be blown.
As chaste as unsunn'd snow.
As children gath'ring pebbles on the shore.
MILTON: Par. Regained, Bk. iv., Line 330.
As ciências têm raízes amargas, porém os frutos são doces.
As clean as a new penny.
As clean as a pink.
As clean as a whistle.
As clear and as manifest as the nose in a man's face.
As clear as a bell.
As clear as a pikestaff.
As clear as a whistle.
As clear as copperplate.
As clear as crystal.
As clear as the sun at noontide.
As coisas árduas e lustrosas se alcançam com trabalho e fadiga.
As coisas devem chamar-se pelos nomes.
As coisas levam-se por vontade, e não às pancadas.
As coisas não caem do céu.
As coisas não são como são, mas como a gente as vê.
As coisas não são como são, mas como nós vemos.
As coisas não valem senão o que se fazem valer.
As coisas nunca saem do jeito que a gente pensa.
As coisas querem-se com tempo, peso e medida.
As coisas são como são, e não como a gente queria que fossem.