All is fish that comth to net. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. xi.
All is gay that is green.
All is gentle; nought Stirs rudely; but congenial with the night, Whatever walks is gliding like a spirit. Byron
All is good in a famine.
All is good that God sends us.
All is grist that comes to the mill
All is grist that comes to the mill.
All is holy where devotion kneels. Holmes
All is in vain unless Providence is with us.
All is lost that is poured into a riven dish.
All is lost: both labour and cost.
All is luck or ill luck in this world.
All is mystery; but he is a slave who will not struggle to penetrate the dark veil. Beaconsfield
All is never said.
All is not at hand that helps.
All is not butter that comes from the cow.
All is not butter the cow shits.
All is not false that seems at first a lie. Southey
All is not false which is publicly reported.
All is not for all.
All is not gold that glistereth.
All is not gold that glistereth. Scotland
All is not gold that glisters. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All is not gold that glitters.
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All is not gospel that comes out of his mouth.
All is not Gospell that thou doest speake. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. ii.
All is not in hand that helps.
All is not lost that is delayed.
All is not lost that is in danger.
All is not lost that's in peril.
All is not lost, that is delayed.
All is not tint that is in peril.
All is not well; I doubt some foul play. Shakespeare
All is not won that is put in the purse.
All is of God. If He but wave His hand, The mists collect, the rains fall thick and loud; Till, with a smile of light on sea and land, Lo! He looks back from the departing cloud. Angels of life and death alike are His; Without His leave their pass no threshold o'er; Who, then, would wish or dare, believing this, Against His messengers to shut the door? Longfellow
All is to be feared where all is to be lost. Byron
All is vanity, look you; and so the preacher is vanity too. Thackeray
All is well as long as the sun shines and the fair breath of heaven gently wafts us to our own purpose; but if you will try the excellency and feel the work of faith, place the man in a persecution. Jeremy Taylor
All is well if the end is well.
All is well that endes well. John Heywood, (1497??1580?), Proverbes. Part i. Chap. x.
All is well that ends well.
All is well that ends. USA
All is well with him, who is beloved of his neighbours. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
All is well, and the man has his mare again.
All is well, for if the bride has not fair hair, she has a fair skin.