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  • All is fair in love and war.
    fr] En amour comme à la guerre, tous les coups sont permis.
  • All is fish that comes to a person's net.
  • All is fish that comes to his net.
  • All is fish that comes to the net.
  • All is gas and gaiters literary.
  • All is grist (that comes) to a person's mill.
  • All is luck or ill luck in this world.
  • 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 gold that glitters.
  • All is not lost that is delayed.
    fr] Différé n'est pas perdu.
  • All is not lost that is in peril.
  • All is not lost, that is in danger.
    var] All is not lost, that is delayed.
  • All is not won that is put in the purse.
  • All is quiet on the battlefront.
  • All is vanity.
  • All is well that ends well.
    var] All is well that ends.
  • All is well with him who is beloved of his neighbours.
  • All is well, that ends well.
    fr] Rien n'est bien que ce qui finit bien.
  • All is well: for if the bride has not fair hair, she has a fair skin.
  • All Joar 'n Jöhr un to'n Harwst noch 'n Spoatling.
    de] Alle Jahre ein Kind und im Herbst noch einen Spätling.
    i] Von fruchtbaren Ehegatten. Auch als scherzhafter, mit Protest zurückgewiesener Wunsch den Neuvermählten am Hochzeitstage. Von einem Ehepaar, bei dem das ungefähr eintrifft, heißt es: Se sünd as de Kanikels. Dat geiht as bî de Kanikels.
  • All Käuh sünd ees Kälwer west.
  • All keyes hang not on one girdle.
  • All keys hang not at one woman's girdle.
  • All kinds of fame belong partly to others.
  • All kinds of things may be born before the dawn.
  • All kinds of thoughts are going round in (o. fashing through) my mind
  • All kinds/manner/sorts of.
  • All Kummer is Wenst.
    i] Gewohnheit macht alles leicht.
  • All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.
    Dr. Martin Luther King
  • All lay load on the willing horse.
  • All lay loads on a willing horse.
  • All lay the load on the willing horse.
  • All leaf and no fruit.
  • All legs and wings.
  • All life is figured by them as a Tree. Igdrasil, the Ash-tree of existence, has its roots deep-down in the kingdoms of Death: its trunk reaches up heaven-high, spreads its boughs over the whole Universe: it is the Tree of Existence. At the foot of it, in the Death-Kingdom, sit the three Fates - the Past, Present and Future; watering its roots from the Sacred Well. It's bough, with their buddings and disleafings, - events, things suffered, things done, catastrophes, - stretch through all lands and times. Is not every leaf of it a biography, every fiber there an act or word? Its boughs are the Histories of Nations. The rustle of it is the noise of Human Existence, onwards from of old. .... I find no similitude so true as this of a Tree. Beautiful; altogether beautiful and great.
    Thomas Carlyle
  • All Lombard street to a China orange.
  • All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable, those that are moveable, and those that move.
  • All mankind love a lover.
  • All Mann 'rann, seggt de Bûr, onn hefft man êne Junge, onn densölwge hefft he söck gelege (o. on desölwge öss lahm).
  • All manner of formal.
  • All manner of someone or something.
  • All married women are not wives.
  • All meal contains bran.
  • All meat is not the same in every man's mouth.
  • All mein Hoffen, all mein Sehnen.
    geflügeltes Wort
  • All mein Lebtage!
    i] Ausruf der Verwunderung und des Erstaunens.
  • All men are free of other men's goods.
  • All men can't be first.
  • All men can't be masters.
  • All men cannot be mastgers.
  • All men commit sins.
  • All men think their enemies ill men. All play and no work gives Tom a ragged shirt.
  • All Middel helpen, söä' de Düwel, aß hä de Botter met de Mestforke fratt.
  • All mit der Zeit kumt Jan in 't Wams un Grêt in 'n Rock.
    i] Der Bauer übereilt sich mit nichts, was er tut.
  • All mit Sinnen melkt de Buer den Bullen.
    i] Der Bauer übereilt sich nicht, er tut alles mit Gemächlichkeit.
  • All mod cons.
  • All mout nu set fi tell di same lie.
  • All mouth and no trousers.
    var] All mouth and trousers.
  • All my eye! (and Betty Martin).
  • All my goods are of silver and gold, even my copper kettles, says the boaster.
  • All my treasury.
  • All myt Lust, wass es koist.
  • All na gerade kummt Jan in't Wamms un Gret in'n Rock.
    de] So nach und nach zieht Jan sein Hemd an und Grete ihren Rock.
    nl] Eindelijk komt Jan in 't wambuis en de vrouw in het warme bed.
  • All new, all beautiful.
  • All nich so einfach, wenn man't duwwelt ninmmt.
  • All night long.
  • All oak and iron bound.
  • All occhio non piace il fummo.
  • All of a dither/flutter/quiver/tremble/twitch.
  • All of a doodah/doodaa/doodad.
  • All of a piece.
  • All of a sudden.
  • All of a sweat.
  • All of the above.
  • All of.
  • All offences, my lord, come from the heart.
  • All offices are greasy.
  • All one's geese are swans old-fashioned.
  • All one's ways are pure in one's own eyes,
    but the measurer of motives is the LORD.
    Book of Proverbs 16:2
  • All or nothing.
  • All other things being equal.
  • All out.
  • All over again.
  • All over bar the shouting.
  • All over Hell's half acre.
  • All over like a mad woman's piss.
  • All over the map.
  • All over the place like a dogs breakfast.
  • All over the place.
  • All over the shop.
  • All over the show.
  • All overdaadighed faaer ond ende.
  • All paid jobs absorb and degrade the mind.
  • All paled in comparison.
  • All paths are the same, leading nowhere. Therefore, pick a path with heart!
  • All plain sailing.
  • All plants are our brothers and sisters. They talk to us and if we listen, we can hear them.
  • All play and no work makes Jack a poor boy.
  • All pleasures harms whomso it charms.
  • All poetic inspiration is but dream interpretation.
    Hans Sachs
  • All praise and no pudding starved the parson.
  • All present and correct.
  • All promises are either broken or kept.
  • All publicity is good publicity.
  • All religions are but stepping stones back to God.
  • All riches have their origin in mind. Wealth is in ideas - not money.
  • All right.
  • All rivers do their best for the sea.
  • All roads do not lead to Rome.
  • All roads lead to Rome.
    fr] Tous les chemins mènent à Rome.
  • All saints do not work miracles.
  • All Saints' day.
  • All Schatz gehört in das Reich.
    i] Nach der Annahme, dass ursprünglich alles Eigentum der Gesamtgemeinde oder dem Könige als dem Vertreter derselben gehöre, galt dies insbesondere in Ansehung des Schatzes, der Metalle in der Erde. Der Schatz gehört nach deutschrechtlicher Auffassung dem Könige oder dem Reiche, dem alles gehört, was keinen Herrn hat; das andere der beiden Sprichwörter erklärt aber den Begriff Schatz näher. Als Schatz gilt nach dem Sachsenspiegel ein Fund erst dann, wenn er so alt ist, dass ihn von Alters wegen niemand kennt, und so tief verborgen, dass ihn die Pflugschar nicht erreicht. Außerdem ist er kein Schatz und gehört dem Besitzer des Feldes.
  • All Schöndelech sind mies (hässlich); all Gütelech sind bös.
    i] Von schön und gut abgeleitete Namen. Das Sprichwort will sagen, dass der Name nicht stets mit der Sache übereinstimmt; es behauptet, dass wenn jemand schön heiße, er in der Regel hässlich, und wenn er gut heiße, böse sei.
  • All Schritt und Tritt zu deiner Ehr' geschiht von mir, mein Gott und Herr.
  • All schuh über einen Leisten machen (schlagen).
    la] Eundem calceum omni pedi inducunt.
  • All sein Datum dahin richten.
    zit] Wer sein datum dahin richt, dass er sich nur dem Gelt verpflicht.
    zit] Haben jr datum so gericht.
    zit] Sie schemen sich des mausens nicht, haben jr datum so gericht.
    zit] Von eim Tyrannen hab ich gelesen, der setzt sein datum, all sein wesen, das er nur gelt und gut möcht haben.
  • All sein Silber und all sein Gold ist ihm durch die Kehl' gerollt.
  • All sein sinn und Datum auf schlemmen und tremmen setzen.
  • All set.
  • All ships leak: some amidships, some in the bows, some in the hold.
  • All ships leak: some midships, some in the bows, some in the hold.
  • All shipshape and Bristol-fashion.
  • All shot to pieces colloqial.
  • All singing, all dancing.
  • All sins cast long shadows.
  • All sixes.
  • All sizzle and no steak.
  • All skill is in vain when an angel pees in the touchhole of your musket.
  • All skin and bones.
  • All solch Glück ist mehr mühseliges Hinstreben zum Genießen als wirklicher Genuss.
    Matthias Claudius (1740-1815), Ernst und Kurzweil: Von meinem Vetter an mich
  • All sorts and conditions of Men.
  • All sorts/kinds/manner of.
  • All Souls' day.
  • All square (with).
  • All state, and nothing on the plate.
  • All Stunden sind nicht gleich, sagt Behrwald.
  • All Stunnen sünd nich glick, nachts Klock twölf gifft't keen Middach.
  • All sugar and honey.
  • All sunchine makes the desert.
  • All Sünd' und Laster fleuch und meid, was recht ist, thu' zu aller zeit.
    la] A uitiis abstine. Age quae justa sunt.
  • All sunshine makes a desert.
  • All sunshine makes the desert.
  • All sweeping assertions are erroneous.
    Letitia Elizabeth Landon
  • All sweetness and light.
  • All systems are go!
  • All systems go.
  • All tag voll und übersatt, alle wochen zweymal im badt, macht endlich ein bös hoffstatt.
  • All take and never give.
  • All talk and no action.
  • All talk and no cider.
  • All talk and no trousers.
  • All tastes are in nature.
  • All tastes are tastes.
  • All temptations are found either in hope or fear.
  • All that and a bag of chips.
  • All that are black dig not for coals.
  • All that glisters is not gold.
  • All that glitters (o. glistens) is not gold. - Beauty is but skin-deep.
  • All that glitters is not gold.
    fr] Tout ce qui brille n'est pas de l'or.
  • All that is new is fair.
  • All that is old is not gold.
  • All that lives must die.
  • All that mankind has done, thought, gained or been: it is lying as in magig preservation in the pages of books.
  • All that truly matters in the end is that you loved.
  • All that we do must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration.
  • All that's fair must fade.
  • All the arts we practice are apprenticeship. The big art is our life.
    M. C. Richards
  • All the brains are not in one head.
  • All the bread, I have eaten, was not bak'd in one oven.
  • All the day you'll have good luck.
  • All the fashion/go/rage.
  • All the fingers are not alike.
  • All the fun is in how you say a thing.
  • All the honesty, is in the sparting.
  • All the hours wound you, the last one kills.
  • All the keys don't hang at one girdle.
    var] All the keys hang not at one man's girdle.
  • All the keys hang not at one man's girdle.
  • All the livelong day.
  • All the more reason.
  • All the perplexities, confusions, and distress in America arise, not from defects in their constitution or confederation, not from want of honor or virtue, so much as from the downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation.
    John Adams
  • All the rage.
  • All the sheep are not for the wolf.
  • All the smiths ... can't mend a broken egg.
  • All the sounds of the earth are like music.
  • All the tea in China.
  • All the time in the world.
  • All the time.
  • All the treasure in the world is worthless, unless you have someone to share it with..
  • All the while.
  • All the wool is hair, more or less.
  • All the world and his wife.
  • All the world is full of suffering. It is also full of overcoming.
  • All the world is not oatmeat.
  • All the world is your country, to do good is your religion.
  • All the world loves a lover.
  • All the world over.
  • All the world will beat the man whom fortune buffets.
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