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|Pascal Time in its aging course teaches all things. Time brings all things to |
pass. Aeschylus Time is the rider that breaks youth. George Herbert
Time will rust the sharpest sword. Sir Walter Scott Time is the longest
|1596: Nashe, Works, iii 78 (Grosart), Yet time and tide (that staies for no man) |
forbids vs . . . 1630: Brathwait, Eng. Gent., 189 (1641) Whence we commonly say,
Time and tide stayeth for no man. ... Time is the rider that breaks youth. 1640: I ...
|The rest of us must rely on analogies, metaphors, and other devices to explain or |
understand time as the bottom line ... tooth," or it is (according to your pick of
adages) the best teacher, doctor, counselor, preacher, the rider who breaks youth
|See entries at the days of the week for other proverbs from this rhyme. time alone |
will tell See TIME WILL TELL. time and ... but the sentiment it expresses is of
earlier origin. time is the rider that breaks youth Young people become less wild
|(Danish) Time is the best of the healing arts. (Roman) Time is the best preacher. (|
German) Time is the field where I sow. (Spanish) Time is the greatest innovator. (
Roman) Time is the herald of truth. (German) Time is the rider that breaks youth.
|Half, Robert Time spent on hiring is time well spent. - Half, Robert Misspending a |
man's time is a kind of self-homicide. - Halifax, Edward F. Time is a great healer,
but a poor beautician. - Harper, Lucille S. Time is the rider that breaks youth.
|Lost time is never found. 8. Nothing treads so silently as the foot of time. In time |
the savage bull bears the yoke. Time flies but leaves its shadow. Time has a
taming hand. Time heals sorrow. Time is the rider that breaks youth. Time wasted
|Time works wonders. 7. An inch of gold will not buy an inch of time. 8. He that has |
time, has life. 9. Time devours all things. 10. Time is a file that wears and makes
no noise. 1 1 . Time is the rider that breaks youth. 12. Time has wings. 13.
|TIDE Time and tide wait for nobody. The tide keeps its course. There is a tide in |
the affairs of men, which taken at the flood leads on to fortune. TIME Time cures
all things. Time is the rider that breaks youth. Time covers and discovers ...
|And Byron can say, in Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Time! the Correcter where our |
judgments err. ... "Time heals all wounds," "Time has carved the face of the
canyon," "Time etched wrinkles in his brow," and "Time is the rider that breaks