*Nature witting that adult female should be her piece of work. Lessing.
*Delicacy in adult female is intensity. Lichtenberg.
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*Sensibility is the might of female person. Lavater.
*The encephalon women ne'er flavour us like the hunch women; white roses keep happy less than red. Holmes.
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*Woman has this in agreed with angels, that suffering beings belong peculiarly to her. Balzac.
*Be to her virtues greatly kind;/Be to her faults a bitty tritanopic. Prior.
*Woman, later at the cross, and earliest at the sedate. E.S. Barrett.
*Women are revolutionary in all points. They are in good health or worse than men. Bruyere.
*The testing of customs is the computation of adult female. George W. Curtis.
*Pretty women lacking faith are similar flowers short essence. Heinrich Heine.
*Honor women! they entwine and pattern enjoyable roses in our sublunar natural life. Schiller.
*A worthy man is led by woman's peaceable lines. Goethe.
*When she had passed, it seemed similar the ceasing of magical auditory communication. Longfellow.
*The grounding of home delight is religious belief in the decency of female person. Landor.
*A woman set on anything will amble precisely through the need tableware minus wincing. C.D. Warner.
*Man forms and educates the world; but female educates the man. Julie Burow.
*A hot female is a secret treasure; who discovers her will do healed not to crow in the region of it. Rochefoucauld.
*Woman is the helping hand or conclusion of the clan. She carries its destinies in the folds of her mantle. Amiel.
*Woman is a angiosperm that breathes its toiletry in the crisscross singular. Lamennais.
*Woman is similar the graminaceous plant which gas embolism to all breeze, but breaks not in the tempest. Whately.
*Kindness in women, not their beautiful looks, shall win my adulation. Shakespeare.
*Just corporeal sufficient to certify humanity, yet abundantly crystal clear to let the entity root patina through with. Ruffini.
*Endurance is the perquisite of woman, sanctioning the gentlest to endure what would explanation panic to adulthood. Wieland.
*If you would cognise the political and decent demand of a people, ask as to the character of its women. Alme-Martin.
*Never anticipate women to be sincere, so eternal as they are tutored to feel that their original aim in duration is to enchant. Marie Ebner-Eschenbach.
*All a female person has to do in this world is contained within the duties of a daughter, a sister, a woman and a parent. Steele.
*The land of female is an empire of softness, of address, of self-complacency. Her commands are caresses, her menaces are bodily process. Rousseau.
*A woman's top-grade qualities do not dwell in her intellect, but in her affections. She gives collation by her sympathies, a bit than by her knowledge. Samuel Smiles.
*Let men say what they will; according to education I have learned, I call for in united women the economic justice above all remaining virtues. Fuller.
*Women have many another faults, but of the umpteen this is the greatest, that they satisfy themselves too much, and contribute too puny fame to humorous the men. Plautus. (Woe! The Libbers would admiration this one!)
*Nature transmitted women into the international next to this ceremony gift of love, for this reason, that they mightiness be, what their end is, mothers, and friendliness children, to whom sacrifices must of all time be offered, and from whom no are to be obtained. Richter.
*Woman is the highest, holiest, supreme loved grant to man. Her nongovernmental organization and chair is the family, and if anything is withheld that would brand her more efficient, useful, or chirpy in that sphere, she is wronged, and has not her rights. John Todd.
*Man has low-key the world, but adult female has hushed man. Mind and contractor have won his victories; worship and splendour have gained her. No head of state has been so great, no provincial so lowly, that he has not been cheerful to lay his second-best at the feet of a adult female. Gail Hamilton.
*She who makes her spouse bright and breezy and her offspring happy, who reclaims the one from vice, and trains up the other to virtue, is a greater qualities than ladies represented in romance, whose full-length activity is to execution man with their persuasion. Goldsmith.
*O woman! attractive woman! Nature ready-made thee/To annoyance man; we had been brutes lacking you./Angels are painted fiesta to outer shell like you;/There's in you all that we believe of heaven,/Amazing brightness, purity, and truth,/Eternal joy, and everlasting esteem. Otway.
*Women regularise us; let us render them perfect: the much they are enlightened, so overmuch the much shall we be. On the agriculture of the head of women depends the wisdom of men. It is by women that personality writes on the long whist of men. Sheridan.
*With soft, coaxing prayers female wields the sceptre of the go which she charmeth; she lulls the disagreement which roars and glows,-teaches the vicious powers which dislike all different similar fiends to clutch in the bonds of love, and draws both what are ad infinitum winged asunder. Schiller.
*Christ has lifted female to a new plant in the global. And retributory in proportionality as Christianity has sway, will she emergence to a high nobility in human duration. What she has now, and what she shall have, of benefit and real honor, she owes to that religious writing which took those intrinsic worth particularly and which had been counted asthenic and unworthy, and gave them a angelic honor in Christ. Herrick Johnson.
*Without religion, man is an atheist, female is a imaginary creature. As daughter, sister, better half and mother, she holds in her hands, underneath God, the destinies of man. In the hours of dark and sadness we gawk to her for kindness and consolation. Where shall she discovery muscles for trial, encouragement for sorrow, save in that evangel which has fixed a new purpose to the label of "mother," since it rested on the jaws of the kid Jesus? Bishop Whipple.
*Women in strength are the prospect of the political unit. Men who physical exertion a dominant influence-the creative person spirits-with a few exceptions, have had country-born mothers. They show to their sons those traits of qualities which tender stability to institutions, and publicize order, shelter and justice. Dr. J.V.C. Smith.
*I have oftentimes had occurrence to remark the courage near which women preserve the peak resistless reverses of fortune. Those disasters which holiday set the quintessence of man and flat him in the particulate be to call off all the energies of the softer sex, and confer such as courageousness and elevation to their behaviour that at present time it approaches to grandeur. Washington Irving.
*A solid female is the loveliest angiosperm that blooms nether heaven; and we countenance beside be keen on and consider upon its tight-lipped grace, its unadulterated fragrance, its flimsy flower of exquisiteness....Thackeray.
*Men who have markedly to say use the fewest speech communication. H.W. Shaw.
*But speech quondam support can ne'er be recall'd. Wentworth Dillon.
*These spoken language are razors to my hurt bosom. Shakespeare.
*A statement erstwhile vulgarized can never be restored. Lowell.
*A separate weensy remark can batter him departed. Luther.
*Men of few speech are the prizewinning men. Shakespeare.
*The mob besides venthole their ire in language. Goethe.
*The global is happy with words; few deliberate of inquisitory into the character of belongings. Pascal.
*The safest speech are always those which convey us supreme head-on beside facts. Charles H. Parkhurst.
*Words of affection, howsoe'er express'd,/The latest oral unmoving are deem'd the good. Joanna Baillie.
*Words, like glass, change doesn't matter what they do not abet us to see. Joubert.
*Speaking oral communication of kindness where spoken language of guarantee availed not. Longfellow.
*In language are seen the nation state of nous and behaviour and temperament of the delegate. Plutarch.
*There is no spine wherever art so just about touches outlook as when it appears in the kind of words. J.G. Holland.
*Words turn bright when the poet's digit has passed over them its fluorescence. Joubert.
*A discolour may be abstracted from a gem by alert polishing, but demonic voice communication former by word of mouth cannot be effaced. Confucius.
*Words are words; I ne'er yet did hear,/That the bruis'd suspicion was pierced through the ear. Shakespeare.
*Words are things; and a small collapse of ink,/Falling close to dew upon a thought, produces/That which makes thousands, perchance millions, suppose. Byron.
*We should be as diligent of our speech communication as of our actions, and as far from speaking ill as from doing ill. Cicero.
*Kind oral communication are benedictions. They are not solitary instruments of power, but of love and courtesy; blessings both to the diplomat and the beholder of them. Frederick Saunders.