thomas middleton Quotes
Thomas Middleton QuotesBirth Date: 1580-04-18 (Friday, April 18th, 1580)
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- Hold their noses to the grindstone.
- I smell a rat.
- 'Tis slight, not strength, that gives the greatest lift.
- From thousands of our undone widows One may derive some wit.
- Wilt make haste to give up thy verdict because thou wilt not lose thy dinner.
- From the crown of our head to the sole of our foot.
- That disease Of which all old men sicken,-avarice.
- Beat all your feathers as flat down as pancakes.
- How many honest words have suffered corruption since Chaucer's days!
- By many a happy accident.
- As old Chaucer was wont to say, that broad famous English poet.
- 'T is a stinger.
- There is no hate lost between us.
- Let the air strike our tune, Whilst we show reverence to yond peeping moon. 15
- Black spirits and white, red spirits and gray, Mingle, mingle, mingle, you that mingle may. 16
- All is not gold that glisteneth.
- As the case stands.
- On his last legs.
- How a good meaning May be corrupted by a misconstruction.
- Justice may wink a while, but see at last.
- Turn over a new leaf.
- My nearest And dearest enemy.
- This was a good week's labour.
- The world's a stage on which all parts are played.
- Ground not upon dreams; you know they are ever contrary.
- Spick and span new.
- A flat case as plain as a pack-staff.
- Have you summoned your wits from wool-gathering?
- As true as I live.
- A little too wise, they say, do ne'er live long.
- The better day, the better deed.
- He who loves the law dies either mad or poor.
- The worst comes to the worst.
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