A dead man is mourned seven days; a fool, his lifetime.
A dead man pays no debts.
A dead man's will is the mirror of his life.
A dead mouse feels no cold.
A dead person is not asked for a shroud.
A dead songbird gives us no meat.
A dead woman will have four to carry her forth.
A deadly disease, neither physician nor physic can ease.
A deadly sin can't be concealed.
A deaf auditor makes a crazy answerer.
A deaf husband and a blind wife are always a happy couple.
A deaf husband and a blind wife will always make a happy couple.
A deaf man heard how a mute told that a blind man has seen how a cripple walked.
A deaf man may not have heard the thunder but he surely will see the rain.
A deal is a deal . . . until a better one comes along.
A dealer in onions is a good judge of scallions.
A dealer in rubbish sounds the praises of rubbish.
A dear bargain is always disagreeable, particularly as it is a reflection upon the buyer's judgment. Pliny
A dear child has many names.
A dear ship lies lang in the harbour. Scotland
A dearth of words a woman need not fear; But 't is a task indeed to learn - to hear: In that the skill of conversation lies; That shows or makes you both polite and wise. YOUNG: Love of Fame, Satire v., Line 57.
A death-bed's a detector of the heart: Here tired dissimulation drops her mask, Through life's grimace that mistress of the scene; Here real and apparent are the same. Night Thoughts, Night II, DR. E. YOUNG.
A death-like sleep, A gentle wafting to immortal life. Milton
A debacle demolishes the will.
A debauched son of a noble family is a foul stream from a clear spring.
A debt is always new.
A debt is still unpaid, even if forgotten.
A debt may get moldy, but it never decays.
A debt paid is a friend kept.
A deceased person much prayed for goes straight to hell.
A deceitful peace is more hurtful than an open war.
A decent boldness ever meets with friends. Homer
A decisão é uma forma de rezar. (Paulo Coelho)
A decision made at night may be changed in the morning.
A deed well done, heart it whemeth.
A deep meaning often lies in old customs. Schiller
A deer is an elder to its family.
A deer tethered with a golden chain can escape to the forest to eat grass.
A défaut de bon foin, on va chercher de la chounire.
A défaut de pain, on mange des croûtes.
A défaut de religion, les hommes garderaient encore des superstitions, aussi longtemps qu'il y aura devant eux de l'inconnu. Lucien Arréat, 1841-1922