As palavras mostram o que cada um é.
As palavras mostram quem cada um é.
As palavras são como as cerejas: atrás duma vêm as outras.
As palavras voam, a escrita fica.
As palavras voam, os escritos ficam.
As palavras voam, os escritos permanecem.
Às pancadinhas se malha o trigo.
As paredes brancas são os papéis dos tolos.
As paredes têm olhos e ouvidos.
As paredes têm ouvidos.
As pequenas economias fazem as grandes fortunas.
As pequenas loucuras são as melhores.
As pert as a frog upon a washing-block.
As pert as a pearmonger.
As pink as a prawn.
As plain as a juggem ear.
As plain as a pack-staff.
As plain as Dunstable by-way.
As plain as the nose on a man's face.
As Plato entertained some friends in a room where there was a couch richly ornamented, Diogenes came in very dirty, as usual, and getting upon the couch, and trampling on it, said, 'I trample upon the pride of Plato.' Plato mildly answered, 'But with greater pride, Diogenes!
As pleasant songs, at morning sung,
The words that dropped from his sweet tongue
Strengthened our hearts; or, heard at night,
Made all our slumbers soft and light.
As pleased as Punch.
As plenty as blackberries.
As plump as a partridge.
As poor as Job.
As porcelanas mais resistentes são as que vão ao forno mais vezes.
As pragas dão duas voltas ao redor e metem-se no rogador.
As preciosas essências guardam-se em pequenos vasos.
As preciosas essências guardam-se nos pequenos vasos.
As pretty as the moon.
As pretty as the moon.
Yiddish] Shein vi der lavone.
As primeiras experiências são inesquecíveis.
As privações chamam os desejos.
As prodigal of all dear grace as Nature was in making graces dear.
As promessas cativam as mulheres.
As proud as a peacock.
As proud as an apothecary.
As proud as old Cole's dog, which took the wall of a dung-cart, and got crushed by the wheel.
As proud come behind as go before.
As proud go behind as before.
As pure and sweet, her fair brow seemed
Eternal as the sky:
And like the brook's low song, her voice, -
A sound which could not die.
As pure as a pearl,
And as perfect; a noble and innocent girl.
As pure in thought as angels are, to know her was to love her.
As queer as Dick's hatband, made of a pea-straw, that went nine times round, and would not meet at last.
As quiet as a mouse.
As rain breaks through an ill-thatched house, passion breaks through an unreflecting mind.
As ready as the king has an egg in his pouch.
As reason is a rebel unto faith, so passion unto reason; as the propositions of faith seem absurd unto reason, so the theories of reason unto passion.
Sir Thomas Browne
As red as a cherry.
As red as Roger's nose, who was christened with pump water.