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Titus Maccius Plautus

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Let that which is wanting in income be supplied by economy.
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Better do nothing than do ill.
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
He carries a stone in one hand, and offers bread with the other. [Lat., Altera manu fert lapidem, ...
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Fire is next akin to smoke.
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
If you have overcome your inclination and not been overcome by it, you have reason to rejoice. [L...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Nothing is more wretched that the mind of a man conscious of guilt. [Lat., Nihil est miserius qua...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Because those, who twit others with their faults, should look at home. [Lat., Quia, qui alterum i...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
To love is human, it is also human to forgive. [Lat., Humanum amare est, humanum autem ignoscere e...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Flame is very near to smoke. [Lat., Flamma fumo est proxima.]
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
They call me mad, while they are all mad themselves. [Lat., Hei mihi, insanire me ajunt, ultro cum...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Modesty becomes a young man. [Lat., Adolescentem verecundum esse decet.]
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Woe to the vanquished! [Lat., Vae victis.]
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
He who would eat the kernel, must crack the shell. [Lat., Qui e nuce nucleum esse vult, frangat nu...
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Good things soon find a purchaser.
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Are you not accustomed to look at home, when you abuse others?
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
A mouse relies not solely on one hole.
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
You love a nothing when you love an ingrate. [Lat., Nihil amas, cum ingratum amas.]
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
I esteem death a trifle, if not caused by guilt. [Lat., Dum ne ob male facta peream, parvi aestimo...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
If you strike the goads with your fists, your hands suffer most. [Lat., Si stimulos pugnis caedis ...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Disgrace is immortal, and living even when one thinks it dead. [Lat., Hominum immortalis est infam...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
That man is worthless who knows how to receive a favor, but not how to return one. [Lat., Nam imp...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
For enemies carry about slander not in the form in which it took its rise. . . . The scandal of men...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Besides that, when elsewhere the harvest of wheat is most abundant, there it comes up less by one-f...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
How often the highest talent lurks in obscurity. [Lat., Ut saepe summa ingenia in occulto latent!]
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
He whom the gods love dies young, whilst he is full of health, perception, and judgment. [Lat., Q...
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
The stronger always succeeds. [Lat., Plus potest qui plus valet.]
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
You will stir up the hornets. [Lat., Irritabis crabones.]
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
The Bell never rings of itself; unless some one handles or moves it it is dumb. [Lat., Nunquam ae...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
I suspect that hunger was my mother. [Lat., Famem fuisse suspicor matrem mihi.]
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
He who seeks for gain, must be at some expense. [Lat., Necesse est facere sumptum, qui quaerit luc...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
No one can be so welcome a guest that he will not become an annoyance when he has stayed three cont...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
What you lend is lost; when you ask for it back, you may find a friend made an enemy by your kindne...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
How often the highest talent lurks in obscurity. [Lat., Ut saepe summa ingenia in occulto latent!]
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Give assistance, and receive thanks lighter than a feather: injure a man, and his wrath will be li...
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
He who would eat the kernel, must crack the shell. [Lat., Qui e nuce nucleum esse vult, frangat nu...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
It is wretched business to be digging a well just as thirst is mastering you. [Lat., Miserum est ...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
He is of the race of the mushroom; he covers himself altogether with his head. [Lat., Fungino gen...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Feast to-day makes fast to-morrow. [Lat., Festo die si quid prodegeris, Profesto egere liceat ...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
I count him lost, who is lost to shame. [Lat., Nam ego illum periisse duco, cui quidem periit pudo...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Enemies carry a report in form different from the original. [Lat., Nam inimici famam non ita ut na...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Your tittle-tattlers, and those who listen to slander, by my good will should all be hanged--the fo...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
I trust no rich man who is officiously kind to a poor man. [Lat., Nemini credo, qui large blandus ...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
If you speak insults you will hear them also. [Lat., Contumelian si dices, audies.]
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
If anything is spoken in jest, it is not fair to turn it to earnest. [Lat., Si quid dictum est pe...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
Man naturally yearns for novelty.
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
In time of sickness the soul collects itself anew.
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
A man of three letters, " F U R."
PLAUTUS TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn.
HAL BORLAND
They know that no group lasts forever.
BARRY GIBB
No winter lasts forever; no spring skips it's turn.
HAL BORLAND
No darkness lasts forever. And even there, there are stars.
URSULA K. LE GUIN
The bad news is nothing lasts forever,
The good news is nothing lasts forever.
J. COLE
Nothing lasts forever.
SIDNEY SHELDON
True love lasts forever.
JOSEPH B. WIRTHLIN
Nothing lasts forever
ITACH UCHIHA
Teaching right lasts forever.
QAMAR KHAN QURESHI
Pains lasts for a moment, but pride lasts forever.
ANONYMOUS
Nothing lasts forever, Mouse.
JENNIFER L. ARMENTROUT
Nothing is more wretched than the mind of a man conscious of guilt.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Patience is the best remedy for every trouble.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
There are occasions when it is undoubtedly better to incur loss than to make gain.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
A mouse never entrusts his life to only one hole
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Good merchandise, even hidden, soon finds buyers.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
In everything the middle course is the best; everything in excess brings trouble.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
I am always afraid of your "something shall be done."
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
A word to the wise is enough.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Things we do not expect, happen more frequently than we wish.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Things we do not expect, happen more frequently than we wish.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
The day, water, sun, moon, night - I do not have to purchase these things with money.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Conquered, we conquer.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Bad conduct soils the finest ornament more than filth.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Metal rusts, music lasts forever.
PATRICK ROTHFUSS
Persevere in virtue and diligence.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Nothing but heaven itself is better than a friend who is really a friend.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Nothing is there more friendly to a man than a friend in need.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
There are occasions when it is undoubtedly better to incur loss than to make gain.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Practice yourself what you preach.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Let us celebrate the occasion with wine and sweet words.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Good courage in a bad affair is half of the evil overcome.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Courage is what preserves our liberty, safety, life, and our homes and parents, our country and chil...
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Slander-mongers and those who listen to slander, if I had my way, would all be strung up, the talker...
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
One eye witness is better than ten hear sayers.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Speak no evil of an absent friend.
(Non male loquare absenti amico)
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
What is yours is mine, and all mine is yours.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Things we not hope for often come to pass than things we wish.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
The evil that we know is best.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
A mouse never entrusts his life to only one hole
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
The greatest talents often lie buried out of sight.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
The greatest talents often lie buried out of sight.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
It well becomes a young man to be modest.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Not every age is fit for childish sports.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Not by age but by capacity is wisdom acquired.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
No man is wise enough by himself.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
No guest is so welcome in a friend's house that he will not become a nuisance after three days.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
A contented mind is the best source for trouble.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Things which you do not hope happen more frequently than things which you do hope.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
Things which you do not hope happen more frequently than things which you do hope.
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
You must spend money to make money
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS
How great in number are the little minded men
TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS

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If you strike the goads with your fists, your hands suffer most. [Lat., Si stimulos pugnis caedis ...
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Disgrace is immortal, and living even when one thinks it dead. [Lat., Hominum immortalis est infam...
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You will stir up the hornets. [Lat., Irritabis crabones.]
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The Bell never rings of itself; unless some one handles or moves it it is dumb. [Lat., Nunquam ae...
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I suspect that hunger was my mother. [Lat., Famem fuisse suspicor matrem mihi.]
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He who seeks for gain, must be at some expense. [Lat., Necesse est facere sumptum, qui quaerit luc...
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Give assistance, and receive thanks lighter than a feather: injure a man, and his wrath will be li...
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He is of the race of the mushroom; he covers himself altogether with his head. [Lat., Fungino gen...
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Feast to-day makes fast to-morrow. [Lat., Festo die si quid prodegeris, Profesto egere liceat ...
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I count him lost, who is lost to shame. [Lat., Nam ego illum periisse duco, cui quidem periit pudo...
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Enemies carry a report in form different from the original. [Lat., Nam inimici famam non ita ut na...
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Man naturally yearns for novelty.
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A man of three letters, " F U R."
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Good merchandise, even hidden, soon finds buyers.
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In everything the middle course is the best; everything in excess brings trouble.
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I am always afraid of your "something shall be done."
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A word to the wise is enough.
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Things we do not expect, happen more frequently than we wish.
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Things we do not expect, happen more frequently than we wish.
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The day, water, sun, moon, night - I do not have to purchase these things with money.
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Conquered, we conquer.
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Bad conduct soils the finest ornament more than filth.
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Persevere in virtue and diligence.
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Nothing but heaven itself is better than a friend who is really a friend.
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A mouse never entrusts his life to only one hole
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The greatest talents often lie buried out of sight.
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It well becomes a young man to be modest.
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A contented mind is the best source for trouble.
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It is easy to rule over the good.
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There are occasions when it is undoubtedly better to incur loss than to make gain.
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Conquered, we conquer.
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Let deeds match words.
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No man is wise enough by himself.
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You must spend money to make money.
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Homo homini lupis est.
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Flight without feathers is not easy.
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Man is not man, but a wolf to those he does not know.
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Ones oldest friend is the best.
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Where there are friends there is wealth.
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Good merchandise, even hidden, soon finds buyers.
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For nobody is curious, who isn't malevolent.
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Patience is the best remedy for every trouble.
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Nothing but heaven itself is better than a friend who is really a friend.
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We survive on adversity and perish in ease and comfort.
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A woman's mind is affected by the meanest gifts. [Lat., Parvis mobilis rebus animus muliebris.]
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No man likes to be surpassed by those of this own level. [Lat., A proximis quisque minime anteire ...
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Men are only clever at shifting blame from their own shoulders to those of others.
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Men are seldom blessed with good fortune and good sense at the same time.
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We might have to deal with food poisoning on top of everything else.
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In difficult and hopeless situations the boldest plans are the safest.
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Necessity is the last and strongest weapon. [Lat., Necessitas ultimum et maximum telum est.]
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Jim Gibbons has maintained the status quo by supporting tax breaks for utilities to continue produci...
DINA TITUS
Experience is the teacher of fools. [Lat., Stultorum eventus magister est.]
TITUS LIVY
Better late than never.
TITUS LIVIUS
I approach these questions unwillingly, as they are sore subjects, but no cure can be effected witho...
TITUS LIVIUS
Superstition brings the gods into even the smallest matters
TITUS LIVY
It takes a long time to bring excellence to maturity.
TITUS LIVY
Men are slower to recognize blessings than evils.
TITUS LIVY
Superstition brings the gods into even the smallest matters
TITUS LIVY
Events of great consequence often spring from trifling circumstances.
TITUS LIVY
It takes a long time to bring excellence to maturity.
TITUS LIVY
We might be taking a slightly different approach -- we're looking for areas where we can excel.
GREG TITUS
In great straits and when hope is small, the boldest counsels are the safest.
TITUS LIVY
Present sufferings seem far greater to men than those they merely dread. [Lat., Graviora quae pat...
TITUS LIVY
The populace is like the sea motionless in itself, but stirred by every wind, even the lightest bree...
TITUS LIVIUS
Men are slower to recognize blessings than misfortunes.
TITUS LIVIUS
Greater is our terror of the unknown.
TITUS LIVIUS
War is just to those to whom war is necessary.
TITUS LIVIUS
It takes a long time to bring excellence to maturity.
TITUS LIVY
Envy, like fire, soars upward. [Lat., Invidiam, tamquam ignem, summa petere.]
TITUS LIVY
Envy is blind, and she has no other quality than that of detracting from virtue
TITUS LIVY
Truth is often eclipsed but never extinguished
TITUS LIVY
It's recommended that health inspectors classify this food before it's made available for human cons...
ANDREW TITUS
Adversity makes men remember God
TITUS LIVY
Men are slower to recognize blessings than evils.
TITUS LIVY
Why don't you climb down off the cross, take the wood to build a bridge, and get over it!
CHRISTOPHER TITUS
It takes a real mental toughness and self-awareness to succeed.
JOHN TITUS
The lines are blurring online -- a lot of the things you find on our site you'd find on a consumer m...
GREG TITUS
It was a huge honor. We competed against the 10 fittest couples I've ever seen. There's a lot to liv...
LANA TITUS
Men's plans should be regulated by the circumstances, not circumstances by the plans. [Lat., Cons...
TITUS LIVY
Adversity reminds men of religion. [Lat., Adverse res admonent religionum.]
TITUS LIVY
There is always more spirit in attack than in defence.
TITUS LIVIUS
Many difficulties which nature throws in our way, may be smoothed away by the exercise of intelligen...
TITUS LIVIUS