All are not taken! there are left behind Living Beloveds, tender looks to bring, And make the daylight still a happy thing, And tender voices, to make soft the wind. Elizabeth B. Browning
All are not thieves that dogs bark at.
All are not thieves that the dogs bark at.
All are not turners that are dish-throwers.
All are not virgins that carry wreaths.
All are not your friends who smile at you.
All are of the dust, and all turn to dust again.
All are of the race of God, and have in themselves good. Bailey
All are presumed good, till they are found in a fault. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All are to be men of genius in their degree, - rivulets or rivers, it does not matter, so that the souls be clear and pure; not dead walls encompassing dead heaps of things, known and numbered, but running waters in the sweet wilderness of things unnumbered and unknown, conscious only of the living banks, on which they partly refresh and partly reflect the flowers, and so pass on. Ruskin
All aren't hunters that blow the horn.
All art, all education, can be merely a supplement to nature. Aristotle
All arts are brothers, each is a light to the other.
All as 't fallt, säd de Jung, as de oll Frû mit'n Näsdrüppel an de Nös em frog, op he 'n Pankôken hebben wull. (Holstein) info] Alles wie es fällt, sagte der Junge, als die alte Frau mit dem Nasentropfen an der Nase ihn fragte, ober er einen Pfannkuchen haben will.
All as dat föllt, secht de Jung', don fröcht em 'ne oll Fru mit'n Näsdrüppel, ob hei Grütt mitäten wull
All as't fallen deit, säd de Jung', as dei oll Fru mit 'n Näsdrüppel ein frågen würd, wat hei Pannkauken hebben wull.
All asiding, as hogs fighting.
All ask if a man be rich, no one if he be good.
All ask if a man be rich, none if he be good.
All asses do not go on four feet.
All at cinque and Sice.
All attempts to urge men forward, even in the right path, beyond the measure of their light, are impracticable; and unlawful, if they were practicable; augment their light, conciliate their affections, and they will follow of their own accord. Robert Hall
All authority must be out of a man's self, turned ... either upon an art, or upon a man. Bacon
All authors should prepare to encounter criticism.
All authors to their own defects are blind. Dryden
All bad things come in threes
All be not true that speak fair.
All be the same in a hundred years.
All beasts of prey are strong or treacherous. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All beauty does not inspire love. Some please the sight without captivating the affections. Cervantes
All beginnings are difficult.
All beginnings are hard, said the thief, and began by stealing an anvil.
All begynnelse är swår.
All beings have their laws; the Deity has His laws, the material world has its laws, superior intelligences have their laws, the beasts have their laws, and man his laws. Montesquieu
All belief which does not render more happy, more free, more loving, more active, more calm, is, I fear, an erroneous and superstitious belief. Lavater
All below is strength, and all above is grace. Dryden
All beschaidne dinge prechen gemeine dinge.
All between the cradle and the coffin is uncertain.
All bi lütjen kummt dat Gras ut'n Grund. Oldenburg Sie nach und nach kommt das Gras aus dem Boden.
All birds during the pairing season become more or less sentimental, and murmur soft nothings in a tone very unlike the grinding-organ repetition and loudness of their habitual song. The crow is very comical as a lover; and to hear him trying to soften his croak to the proper Saint-Preux standard has something the effect of a Mississippi boatman quoting Tennyson. Lowell
All birds will flock to a fruitful tree.
All bite the bitten dog.
All blood is alike ancient.
All books grow homilies by time; they are Temples, at once, and Landmarks. Bulwer-Lytton
All Bott helpt, sä de Muck, dar pisst se in de Nordsee.