A lady could not boast of her chastity who was never tempted. Michel De Montaigne
A lady of fashion will sooner excuse a freedom flowing from admiration than a slight resulting from indifference. Colton
A lady of genius will give a genteel air to her whole dress by a well-fancied suit of knots, as a judicious writer gives a spirit to a whole sentence by a single expression. Gay
A Lady with a lamp shall stand In the great history of the land, A noble type of good, Heroic womanhood. Longfellow
A lady with her daughters or her nieces, Shines like a guinea and seven shilling pieces. Lord Byron (George Gordon Noel Byron), Don Juan (canto III, st. 60)
A lady's reason.
A lafedi Hon kriagt mêr, wi a hockedi. Eine laufende Henne kriegt (findet) mehr als eine hockende oder sitzende.
A lágrimas de mulher não há casa forte.
A lágy pásztor alatt gyapjut rág a farkas.
A laid mal, remède de cheval.
A laide chatte, beaux minous.
A laight (lügt), doass a schworz wird.
A laight, doass sich olle Bäme bîgha. Österreich-Schlesien
A lama dos moços dá pela barba e aos velhos pela braga.
A lamb is as dear to a poor man as an ox to the rich.
A lamb with a mother is a lamb with henna.
A lame foot may tread the right road.
A lame traveller should get out betimes.
A lamentiert, ols sell' a olle Viere strecka. zit] Wu mag doas orme Harz ock stecka, dass 's goar su ängstlich lamentiert, ols sell' es olle Viere strecka?
A lamp is lit in woman's eye, that souls, else lost on earth, remember angels by. N. P. Willis
A lampreia faz a bolsa feia.
A land of levity is a land of guilt. Young
A land of promise, a land of memory, A land of promise flowing with the milk And honey of delicious memories! Tennyson
A land of settled government, A land of just and old renown, Where freedom broadens slowly down, From precedent to precedent: Where faction seldom gathers head: But, by degrees to fulness wrought, The strength of some diffusive thought Hath time and space to work and spread. The Land of Lands, A. TENNYSON.
A langsamer Hund kommt auch eis Durf (o. ins Dorf).
A laranja de manhã é ouro, à tarde é prata e à noite mata.
A laranja de manhã é ouro, ao meio-dia é prata, à noite mata.
A laranja e ao fidalgo, o que quiser; ao limão e ao vilão, o que tiver.
A laranja pela manhã é ouro; ao meio dia, prata; à tarde, cobre, e à noite mata.
A Laranja, de manhã é Ouro, de tarde é Prata, e à noite mata.
A larga, o galgo a lebre mata.
A large bare forehead gives a woman a masculine and defying look. The word 'effrontery' comes from it. The hair should be brought over such a forehead as vines are trailed over a wall. Leigh Hunt
A large head has big sorrows.
A large library is apt to distract rather than to instruct the learner; it is much better to be confined to a few authors than to wander at random over many. Seneca
A large part of Christian virtue consists in right habits. Paley
A large portion of Christ's miracles of love were wrought at the urgent request of parents for their suffering children. Is that ear gone deaf to-day? Will He not do for our children's souls what He did for the bodies of the ruler's daughter, and the dead youth at Nain? T. L. Cuyler
A large portion of human beings live not so much in themselves as in what they desire to be. They create what is called an ideal character, in an ideal form, whose perfections compensate in some degree for the imperfections of their own. Whipple
A large retinue upon a small income, like a large cascade upon a small stream, tends to discover its tenuity. Shenstone
A large, branching, aged oak is perhaps the most venerable of all inanimate objects. Shenstone
A larmes de femme et boiterie de chien, il ne faut pas se fier.
A las alturas por caminos angostos
A las armas, moriscote, si las has de voluntad.
A las barbas con dinero, honra hacen los caballeros.
A las buenas.
A las burlas ansí ve a ellas, que no te salgan de veras.
A las cosas deseadas todo tiempo es prolijo, como a las odiosas breve.