As gaunt as a greyhound.
As gentle as a falcon.
As glad as fowl of a fair day.
As God carries on the work of converting the souls of fallen men through all ages, so He goes on to justify them, to blot out all their sins, and to accept them as righteous in His sight through the righteousness of Christ. He goes on to adopt and receive them from being the children of Satan to be His own children, to carry on the work of His grace which He has begun in them, to comfort them with the consolations of His Spirit, and to bestow upon them, when their bodies die, that eternal glory which is the fruit of Christ's purchase.
As gold is tried by the furnace, and the baser metal shown, so the hollow-hearted friend is known by adversity.
As good a deed as drink.
As good a deed as it is to help a dog over a stile.
As good a knave I know as a knave I know not.
As good a maid as Fletcher's mare, that bore three great foals.
As good a scholar as my horse Ball.
As good almost kill a man as kill a good book; who kills a man kills a reasonable creature, God's image; but he who destroys a good book kills reason itself.
As good as a play.
As good as any between Bagshot and Baw-waw.
As good as any in Kent or Christendom.
As good as ever flew in the air.
As good as ever the ground went upon.
As good as ever twanged.
As good as ever water wet.
As good as ever went end-ways.
As good as George-a-Green.
As good as goose-skins that never man had enough of.
As good as had the cow that stuck herself with her own horn.
As good be an addled egg as an idle bird.
As good be out of the world as out of the fashion.
As good be out of the World as out of the Fashion.
As good beg of a naked man as of a miser.
As good do nothing as to no purpose.
As good eat the devil as the broth he is boiled in.
As good he an addled egg as an idle bird.
As good is an inche as an ell
As good lost as found.
As good luck as the lousy calf that lived all winter and died in the summer.
As good luck would have it.
As good never a whit as never the better.
As good out of the world as out of the fashion.
As good sit still as rise up and fall.
As good to play for nought as work for nought.
As good twenty as nineteen.
As good undone as done too soon.
As good water goes by the mill as drives it.
As graças perde quem se atrasa no que promete.
As graças perde, quem se detém no que promete.
As grandes alegrias merecem partilha.
As grandes dores são mudas.
As gratitude is a necessary and a glorious, so also is it an obvious, a cheap, and an easy virtue - so obvious that wherever there is life there is place for it, so cheap that the covetous man may be grateful without expense, and so easy that the sluggard may be so likewise without labor.
As grave as an old gate-post.
As great a benefit to be without (children).
Michel De Montaigne
As great a store
Have we of books as bees of herbs or more.
As great enmities spring from great friendships, and mortal distempers from vigorous health, so do the most surprising and the wildest frenzies from the high and lively agitations of our souls.
As greedy as a dog.