All brave men love; for he only is brave who has affections to fight for, whether in the daily battle of life or in physical contests. Hawthorne
All brides are beautiful; all the dead are pious. Yiddish] Alleh kalles zeinen shain; alleh maissim zeinen frum.
All bring grist to your mill.
All buildings are but monuments of death, All clothes but winding-sheets for our last knell, All dainty fattings for the worms beneath, All curious music but our passing bell: Thus death is nobly waited on, for why? All that we have is but death's livery. Shirley
All but God is changing day by day. CHARLES KINGSLEY: Prometheus.
All but saves many a man.
All but' saves many a man. Danish
All by love and nothing by force.
All came from, and will goe to others. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All cannot have the Bishop for uncle.
All cares appear twice as large as they really are, owing to their emptiness and darkness; and so is it with the grave. Richter
All cassavahs have the same skins but not all taste the same.
All cats are alike grey at night.
All cats are alike grey in the night.
All cats are bad in May.
All cats are gray in the dark.
All cats are grey at night.
All cats are grey in the dark.
All cats are grey in the dark. La nuit, tous les chats sont gris.
All cats are not to be set down for witches.
All cats do not make music under the same window.
All cats love fish but fear to wet their paws.
All cats love fish but hate to get their paws wet.
All celebrated people lose on a close view. Napoleon
All chili is hot; all women are jealous.
All Christian power springs from communion with God, and from the indwelling of divine grace. Aughey
All claim kindred with the prosperous.
All clever men are birds of prey.
All clouds are not rain clouds.
All clouds bring not rain.
All clouds do not rain.
All cocks must have a comb.
All comes from, and will go to others. Herbert
All commend patience, but none can endure to suffer.
All complain for want of memory, but none for want of judgement.
All complain of want of memory, but none of want of judgement.
All complaine. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All confidence is dangerous unless it is complete; there are few circumstances in which it is not better either to hide all or to tell all. La Bruyère.
All confidence which is not absolute and entire is dangerous; there are few occasions but where a man ought either to say all or conceal all; for how little soever you have revealed of your secret to a friend, you have already said too much if you think it not safe to make him privy to all particulars. J. Beaumont
All corners else o'th' earth
All courageous animals are carnivorous, and greater courage is to be expected in a people, such as the English, whose food is strong and hearty, than in the half starved commonalty of other countries. Sir W. Temple
All covet, all lose.
All covet, all lose. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All cows are black in the dark.
All cracks, all beares.
All creatures else a time of love possess, Man only clogs with care his happiness, And while he should enjoy his part of bliss, With thoughts of what may be, destroys what is. Dryden