All the infections that the sun sucks up From bogs, fens, flats, on Prosper fall, and make him By inch-meal a disease! Shakespeare
All the joys in the world cannot take one grey hair out of our heads.
All the joys of earth will not assuage our thirst for happiness; while a single grief suffices to shroud life in a sombre veil, and smite it with nothingness at all points. Madame Swetchine
All the keys do not hang at one girdle.
All the keys don't hang at one man's girdle.
All the keys hang not at one man's girdle.
All the keys in the land do not hang from one girdle.
All the Keys of the Countrey hangs not at one Belt.
All the known world, excepting only savage nations, is governed by books. Voltaire
All the levers you can bring will not heave it up.
All the maids of Camberwell may dance in an egg-shell: for there are no maids in that well.
All the makers of dictionaries, all compilers who do nothing else than repeat backwards and forwards the opinions, the errors, the impostures, and the truths already printed, we may term plagiarists; but honest plagiarists, who arrogate not the merit of invention. Voltaire
All the means of action, the shapeless masses - the materials - lie everywhere about us. What we need is the celestial fire to change the flint into transparent crystal, bright and clear. That fire is genius! Longfellow
All the months in the year curse a fair Februeer.
All the operations of Nature are gradual. Bacon
All the other passions condescend at times to accept the inexorable logic of facts; but jealousy looks facts straight in the face, ignores them utterly, and says that she knows a great deal better than they can tell her. Helps
All the panes are hung with frost Wild wizard-work of silver lace. T. B. Aldrich
All the past died yesterday; the future is born today.
All the past of Time reveals A bridal dawn of thunder-peals, Whenever Thought hath wedded Fact. Tennyson
All the performances of human art, at which we look with praise or wonder, are instances of the resistless force of perseverance; it is by this that the quarry becomes a pyramid, and that distant countries are united by canals. If a man was to compare the effect of a single stroke of a pickaxe, or of one impression of the spade, with the general design and last result, he would be overwhelmed with the sense of their disproportion; yet those petty operations, incessantly continued, in time surmount the greatest difficulties, and mountains are leveled and oceans bounded, by the slender force of human beings. Johnson
All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand. Shakespeare
All the poets are indebted more or less to those who have gone before them; even Homer's originality has been questioned, and Virgil owes almost as much to Theocritus, in his Pastorals, as to Homer, in his Heroics; and if our own countryman, Milton, has soared above both Homer and Virgil, it is because he has stolen some feathers from their wings. Colton
All the praise of wertew consisteth in doing. Scotland
All the principles which religion teaches, and all the habits which it forms, are favorable to strength of mind. It will be found that whatever purifies fortifies also the heart. Blair
All the religions known in the world are founded, so far as they relate to man or the unity of man, as being all of one degree. Whether in heaven or in hell, or in whatever state man may be supposed to exist hereafter, the good and the bad are the only distinctions. Thomas Paine
All the roads lead to Rome.
All the scholastic scaffolding falls, as a ruined edifice, before one single word - faith. Napoleon
All the sheep are not for the wolf.
All the smiths . . . can't mend a broken egg.
All the smiths . . . can?t mend a broken egg.
All the sobriety which religion needs or requires is that which real earnestness produces. Beecher
All the soul Of man is resolution; which expires Never from valiant men, till their last breath; And then with it, like a flame extinguish'd For want of matter; it does not die, but Rather ceases to live. Chapman
All the speed is in the spurs.
All the strength and force of man comes from his faith in things unseen. He who believes is strong; he who doubts is weak. Strong conviction precede great actions. The man strongly possessed of an idea is the master of all who are uncertain or wavering. Clear, deep, living convictions rule the world. James Freeman Clarke
All the tears that St. Swithin can cry, St. Bartholomew's dusty mantle wipes dry.
All the treasures of earth cannot bring back one lost moment.
All the treasures of the earth can't bring back one lost moment.
All the tree-tops lay asleep, like green waves on the sea. Shelley
All the virtues which appeared in Christ shone brightest in the close of His life, under the trials He then met. Eminent virtue always shows brightest in the fire. Pure gold shows its purity chiefly in the furnace. It was chiefly under those trials which Christ endured in the close of His life that His love to God, His honor of God's majesty, His regard to the honor of His law, His spirit of obedience, His humility, contempt of the world, His patience, meekness, and spirit of forgiveness towards men, appeared. Indeed, everything that Christ did to work out redemption for us appears mainly in the close of His life. Here mainly is His satisfaction for sin, and here chiefly is His merit of eternal life for sinners, and here chiefly appears the brightness of His example which He has set us for imitation. Jonathan Edwards
All the walks of literature are infested with mendicants for fame, who attempt to excite our interest by exhibiting all the distortions of their intellects and stripping the covering from all the putrid sores of their feelings. Macaulay
All the water in the sea cannot wash out this stain.
All the water in the sea doesn't even reach the knees of the man who fears not death.
All the water in the sea doesn?t even reach the knees of the man who fears not death.
All the while thou livest ill, thou hast the trouble, distraction, inconveniences of life, but not the sweets and true use of it. Thomas Fuller
All the winning is in the first buying.
All the wit in the world is not in one head.
All the women in the world would not make me lose an hour. Napoleon