All gaming, since it implies a desire to profit at the expense of another, involves a breach of the tenth commandment. Whately
All gardeners know better than other gardeners.
All gesetz und recht sein drum geben, dass man möge in frieden leben. la] Vt pax servetur, legis moderamen habetur.
All Gesöff werees, säd de Gaus (od. Allens een Gedränk, säd de Gos), don har sei in soeben Pütten rümschnuckert.
All gifts but one the jealous God may keep From our soul's longing, one he cannot - sleep. This, though he grudge all other grace to prayer, This grace his closed hand cannot choose but spare. Swinburne
All glory comes from daring to begin. Eugene F.Ware, John Brown
All go into one place; all are of the dust, and all turn to dust again. Bible
All goats jump onto leaning trees.
All gōd (gut) mit, see de Maid, dō kreg se 'n Snīder (Schneider). (Ostfriesland)
All goes down gutter lane.
All goeth down Gutter Lane.
All good come from above.
All good conversation, manners, and action come from a spontaneity which forgets usages and makes the moment great. Emerson
All good government must begin at home. It is useless to make good laws for bad people; what is wanted is this, to subdue the tyranny of the human heart. Hugh R. Haweis
All good men and women should be on their guard to avoid guilt, and even the suspicion of it. Plautus
All good things are three.
All good things come to an end.
All good things come to an end. Toutes bonnes choses ont une fin.
All good things come to he who waits
All good things go by (o. come, run in) threes.
All good things must come to an end.
All good women are in the graveyard.
All government is an evil, but, of the two forms of that evil, democracy or monarchy, the sounder is monarchy; the more able to do its will, democracy. B. R. Haydon
All government, all exercise of power, no matter in what form, which is not based in love and directed by knowledge, is a tyranny. Mrs. Jameson
All government, indeed every human benefit and enjoyment, every virtue, every prudent act, is founded on compromise and barter. Burke
All governments are, to a certain extent, a treaty with the Devil. Jacobi
All great discoveries are made by men whose feelings run ahead of their thinkings. Charles H. Parkhurst
All great men are in some degree inspired. Cicero
All great men come out of the middle classes. Emerson
All great men find eternity affirmed in the very promise of their faculties. Emerson
All great pleasures in life are silent.
All great poets have been men of great knowledge. Bryant
All great song, from the first day when human lips contrived syllables, has been sincere song. Ruskin
All great truths begins as blasphemies.
All great virtues become great men. Corneille
All green and fair the Summer lies, Just budded from the bud of Spring, With tender blue of wistful skies, And winds which softly sing. Susan Coolidge
All griefes with bread are lesse. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All griefs with bread are less.
All griefs, with bread are less.
All growth that is not towards God is growing to decay. George MacDonald
All gut' Ding hat ein Ende, und die Mettwurst hat zwei.
All habits gather by unseen degrees. Dryden
All had rather it were well for themselves than for another.
All hairy skins must not be singed.
All Hallows moon, witches soon.
All happiness is in the mind.
All happy endings are beginnings as well.
All has its date below; the fatal hour Was register'd in Heav'n ere time began. We turn to dust, and all our mightiest works Die too. Cowper