O 共 121 條
1. Oaks may fall when reeds stand the storm.
2. Obedience is the first duty of a soldier.
3. Observation is the best teacher.
4. Of all the possessions of this life fame is the noblest; when the body has sunk into the dust
the great name still lives.
5. Of earthly goods the best is a good wife. A bad the bitterest curse of human life.
6. Offence is the best defense.
7. Of nothing comes nothing.
8. Often and little eating makes a man fat.
9. Of two evils choose the least.
10. Of young men die many, of old men escape not any.
11. Old bees yield no honey.
12. Old birds are not caught with new nests.
13. Old birds are not to be caught with shaft.
14. Older and wiser.
15. Old foxes want no tutors.
16. Old friends and old wine are best.
17. Old love will not be forgotten.
18. Old vessels must leak.
19. Old wood best to burn, old wine to drink, old friends to trust, and old authors to read.
20. Old wood is best to burn, old book to read.
21. Old wood is best to burn, old horse to ride.
22. O liberty, how many crimes have been committed in thy name!
23. Omelets are not made without breaking eggs.
24. Once a devil, always a devil.
25. Once a knave, ever a knave.
26. Once a man and twice a child.
27. Once a use, forever a custom.
28. Once bitten, twice shy.
29. Once is no custom.
30. Once on shore, we pray no more.
31. On earth there is nothing great but man, in man there is nothing great but mind.
32. One barking dog sets all street a-barking.
33. One beats the bush, and another catches the birds.
34. One boy is more trouble than a dozen girls.
35. One cannot always be a hero, but one can always be a man.
36. One cannot be in two places at once.
37. One cannot do a foolish thing once in one's life, but one must hear of it a hundred times.
38. One cannot eat one's cake and have it.
39. One cannot get blood from a stone.
40. One cannot make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
41. One cannot make bricks without straw.
42. One cannot put back the clock.
43. One can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
44. One chick keeps a hen busy.
45. One cloud is enough to eclipse all the sun.
46. One crowded hour of glorious life is worth an age without a name.
47. One doctor only makes work for another."
48. One drop of poison infects the whole tun of wine.
49. One enemy can do more hurt than ten friends can do good.
50. One enemy is too much.
51. One false move may lose the game.
52. One false step will make a great difference.
53. One father can support ten children, ten children cannot support one father.
54. One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.
55. One flower makes no garland.
56. One foe is too many; and a hundred friends too few.
57. One fool makes many.
58. One foot is better than two crutches.
59. One gives nothing so liberally as advice.
60. One good head is better than a hundred strong hands.
61. One good mother is worth a hundred schoolmasters.
62. One good turn deserves another.
63. One half of the world does not know how the other half lives.
64. One has lived too near a wood to be frightened by owls.
65. One honest word is better than two oaths.
66. One hour's sleep before is worth three after.
67. One hour today is worth two tomorrow.
68. One love drives out another.
69. One man makes a chair and another man sits in it.
70. One man may steal a horse while another may not look over a hedge.
71. One man's meat is another man's poison.
72. One man's wine is another man's poison.
73. One may as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb.
74. One may sooner fall than rise.
75. One may think that dares not speak.
76. One misfortune comes on the neck of another.
77. One must draw the line somewhere.
78. One must drink as one brews.
79. One must howl with the wolves.
80. One never loses anything by politeness.
81. One never loses by doing a good turn.
82. One penny with right is better than a thousand without right.
83. One ploughs, another sow; who will reap no one knows.
84. One rotten apple spoils the whole barrel.
85. One should eat to live, not live to eat.
86. One sin opens the door for another.
87. One's mantle falls on somebody.
88. One sows another reaps.
89. One swallow does not make a summer.
90. One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning.
91. One today is worth two tomorrows.
92. One turnip, one pit.
93. One who can do everything can do nothing.
94. One woe doth tread upon another's heels.
95. One wrong (or false) move can lose the whole game.
96. One wrong thought may cause a lifelong regret.
97. Only that which is honestly got is gain.
98. Only the wearer knows where the shoe inches.
99. Only they who fulfill their duty in everyday matters will fulfill them on great occasions.
100. On the choice of friends. Our good or evil name depends.
101. On the great clock of time there is but one word, "Now."
102. Open confession is good for the soul.
103. Open not your door when the devil knocks.
108. Opposites attract.
109. Other men live to eat, while I eat to live.
110. Our affections are our life. -- We live by them; they supply our warmth.
111. Our best friends are they who tell us our faults and help us to mend them.
112. Our bravest and best lessons are not learnt through success, but through misadventure.
113. Our greatest glory consists not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
114. Our happiness consists not in killing others, but in sacrificing ourselves for others.
115. Our neighbor's ground yields better corn than our own.
116. Our own actions are our security, not others' judgments.
117. Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest thought.
118. Out of debt, out of danger.
119. Out of sight, out of mind.
120. Out of the mouth comes evil.
121. Overdone is worse than undone.