Grecian Quotes

Collection of top 12 famous quotes about Grecian

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Grecian Quotes By Sinclair Lewis: Curiously, neither God nor the devil may wear Curiously, neither God nor the devil may wear modern dress, but must retain Grecian vestments. — Sinclair Lewis
Grecian Quotes By Alexander Hamilton: Foreign influence is truly the Grecian horse to Foreign influence is truly the Grecian horse to a republic. We cannot be too careful to exclude its influence. — Alexander Hamilton
Grecian Quotes By Walter Scott: And ne er did Grecian chisel trace A And ne er did Grecian chisel trace A Nymph, a naiad or a grace Of finer form or lovelier face ... — Walter Scott
Grecian Quotes By Henry David Thoreau: The Grecian are youthful and erring and fallen The Grecian are youthful and erring and fallen gods, with the vices of men, but in many important respects essentially of the divine race. — Henry David Thoreau
Grecian Quotes By Walter Bagehot: The Ethiop gods have Ethiop lips, Bronze cheeks, The Ethiop gods have Ethiop lips, Bronze cheeks, and woolly hair; The Grecian gods are like the Greeks, As keen-eyed, cold and fair. — Walter Bagehot
Grecian Quotes By Ruben Dario: Sweet as sweetest Grecian honey will my song Sweet as sweetest Grecian honey will my song be when I sing, O Beloved, in the season of the Spring! — Ruben Dario
Grecian Quotes By Homer: The Grecian ladies counted their age from their The Grecian ladies counted their age from their marriage, not their birth. — Homer
Grecian Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: A Grecian history, perfectly written should be a A Grecian history, perfectly written should be a complete record of the rise and progress of poetry, philosophy, and the arts. — Thomas B. Macaulay