E 共 114 條
1. Each bird loves to hear himself sing.
2. Each day brings its own bread.
3. Each man is the architect of his own fate.
4. Each to his own.
5. Eagles catch no flies.
6. Eagles fly alone, but sheep flock together.
7. Early bird gets the worm.
8. Early mistakes are the seeds of future trouble.
9. Early sow, early mow.
10. Early start makes easy stages.
11. Early to bed and early to rise make a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
12. Early wed, early dead.
13. Easier said than done.
14. East or west, home is best.
15. Easy come easy go.
16. Eat at pleasure, drink with measure.
17. Eat, drink, and be merry.
18. Eat one's cake and have it.
19. Eat to live, but not live to eat.
20. Eat to please thyself, but dress to please others.
21. Education begins a gentleman, conversation completes him.
22. Education has for its object the formation of character.
23. Elbow grease gives the best polish.
24. Empty vessels make most sound of noise.
25. Empty vessels make the greatest sound.
26. Enough is as good as feast.
27. Envy assails the noblest, the winds howl around the highest peak.
28. Equivocation is first cousin to a lie.
29. Errors, like straws, upon the surface flow; he who would search for pearls must dive below.
30. Even a worm will turn.
31. Even Homer sometimes nods.
32. Even the walls have ears.
33. Every advantage has its disadvantage.
34. Every bean has its black.
35. Every bird likes its own nest.
36. Everybody's business is nobody's business.
37. Every brave man is a man of his word.
38. Every bullet has its billet.
39. Every cloud has a silver lining.
40. Every cock crows on its own dunghill.
41. Every cook praises his own broth.
42. Every country has its customs.
43. Every couple is not a pair.
44. Every day is not Sunday.
45. Every day of thy life is a leaf in thy history.
46. Every dog has his day.
47. Every dog has his day, and every man his hour.
48. Every dog is a lion at home.
49. Every dog is valiant at his won door.
50. Every door may be shut but death's door.
51. Every extremity is a fault.
52. Every family has a skeleton in the cupboard.
53. Every fool can find faults that wise man cannot remedy.
54. Every heart has its own sorrow.
55. Every horse thinks his sack heaviest.
56. Every Jack has his Jill.
57. Every little makes a mickle.
58. Every lover sees a thousand graces in the beloved object.
59. Every man has a fool in his sleeve.
60. Every man has a price.
61. Every man has his faults.
62. Every man has his hobby-horse.
63. Every man has his taste.
64. Every man has his weak side.
65. Every man is best known to himself.
66. Every man has the defects of his qualities.
67. Every man is the architect of his own fortune.
68. Every man is the master of his own fortune.
69. Every man is the son of his own works.
70. Every man thinks his own geese swans.
71. Every medal has its reverse.
72. Every moment of resistance to temptation is a victory.
73. Every mother's child is handsome.
74. Everyone fastens where there is gain.
75. Everyone is dissatisfied with his own fortune.
76. Every one's faults are not written in their foreheads.
77. Every pleasure has a pain.
78. Every potter praises his own pot.
79. Every rule has its exception.
80. Every salesman boasts of his own wares.
81. Every shoe fits not every foot.
82. Everything comes if a man will only wait.
83. Everything comes to him who waits.
84. Everything has its seed.
85. Everything has its time and that time must be watched.
86. Everything hath an end.
87. Everything is good in its season.
88. Everything is good when new, but friend when old.
89. Everything is nice in your garden.
90. Everything must have a beginning.
91. Everything new is fine.
92. Every tide hath its ebb.
93. Every tree is known by its own fruit.
94. Every why has a wherefore.
95. Evil comes to us by ells and goes away by inches.
96. Evil communications corrupt good manners.
97. Evil gotten, evil spent.
98. Example is better than precept.
99. Exchange is no robbery.
100. Exercise, temperance, fresh air, and needful rest are the best of all physicians.
101. Experience is a school from which one can never graduate.
102. Experience is the best teacher.
103. Experience is the extract of suffering.
104. Experience is the father of wisdom and memory the mother.
105. Experience is the mother of wisdom.
106. Experience keeps a dear school, but fools learn in no other.
107. Experience keeps no school, she teaches her pupils singly.
108. Experience must be bought.
109. Experience teaches.
110. Experience without learning is better than learning without experience.
111. Extreme pleasure is followed by sorrow.
112. Extremes are dangerous.
113. Extremes meet.
114. Eye for eye and tooth for tooth.