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Prone Quotes By Anthony Ryan: An overconfident enemy is prone to carelessness. An overconfident enemy is prone to carelessness. Anthony Ryan
Prone Quotes By David Ignatius: I'm as prone to 'declinism' as the next I'm as prone to 'declinism' as the next over-mortgaged middle-aged guy. David Ignatius
Prone Quotes By Anonymous: prone to fits of 'immoderate arrogance'. prone to fits of 'immoderate arrogance'. Anonymous
Prone Quotes By Colin Wilson: Man is the only animal who is prone Man is the only animal who is prone to insanity. Colin Wilson
Prone Quotes By Homer: How prone to doubt, how cautious are the How prone to doubt, how cautious are the wise! Homer
Prone Quotes By Honore De Balzac: Old men are prone to invest the futures Old men are prone to invest the futures of young men with their own past sorrows. — Honore De Balzac
Prone Quotes By Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington: We are more prone to murmur at the We are more prone to murmur at the punishment of our faults than to lament them. — Marguerite Gardiner, Countess Of Blessington
Prone Quotes By Eric Maisel: The artist's personality, built upon strong desires and The artist's personality, built upon strong desires and compassionate vision, is by its nature prone to depression. — Eric Maisel
Prone Quotes By Karina Halle: I'm prone to just sitting around at night, I'm prone to just sitting around at night, eating frozen meals and watching reruns of The Vampire Diaries. — Karina Halle
Prone Quotes By Moby: I like my coffee like I like my I like my coffee like I like my romantic partners: cold and bitter and prone to giving me anxiety attacks. — Moby
Prone Quotes By William Shatner: Things people say strike me as amusing, and Things people say strike me as amusing, and I am prone to saying out loud what everybody's thinking. — William Shatner
Prone Quotes By Carl Sagan: Our perceptions are fallible. We sometimes see what Our perceptions are fallible. We sometimes see what isn't there. We are prey to optical illusions. Occasionally we hallucinate. We are error-prone. — Carl Sagan
Prone Quotes By H.P. Lovecraft: I shall never be very merry or very I shall never be very merry or very sad, for I am more prone to analyse than to feel. — H.P. Lovecraft
Prone Quotes By Albert Einstein: Creativity is one of those hypnotic words which Creativity is one of those hypnotic words which are prone to cast a spell upon our understanding and dissolve our thinking into haze. — Albert Einstein
Prone Quotes By Sarah Churchwell: History is prone to mistakes in identity, and History is prone to mistakes in identity, and facts are not always solid things. — Sarah Churchwell
Prone Quotes By George Henry Lewes: To some men popularity is always suspicious. Enjoying To some men popularity is always suspicious. Enjoying none themselves, they are prone to suspect the validity of those attainments which command it. — George Henry Lewes
Prone Quotes By Rich Mullins: It never fails. God will put people in It never fails. God will put people in your path that irritate you, especially if you're prone to be irritated. — Rich Mullins
Prone Quotes By Eduard Suess: [W]e are prone to forget that the planet [W]e are prone to forget that the planet may be measured by man, but not according to man. — Eduard Suess
Prone Quotes By Andrzej Sapkowski: Men are psychologically unstable, too prone to emotions; Men are psychologically unstable, too prone to emotions; not to be relied upon in moments of crisis.' 'That's — Andrzej Sapkowski
Prone Quotes By Thomas Guthrie: The finest flowers of genius have grown in The finest flowers of genius have grown in an atmosphere where those of Nature are prone to droop, and difficult to bring to maturity. — Thomas Guthrie
Prone Quotes By Wislawa Szymborska: I'm fighting against the bad poet who is I'm fighting against the bad poet who is prone to using too many words. — Wislawa Szymborska
Prone Quotes By Francis Crick: Human beings ... are far too prone to Human beings ... are far too prone to generalize from one instance. The technical word for this, interestingly enough, is superstition. — Francis Crick
Prone Quotes By Reid Hoffman: A lot of smart people are prone to A lot of smart people are prone to over-analysis and tend to become paralyzed by indecision — Reid Hoffman
Prone Quotes By Wendy Lustbader: The older we get, the less prone we The older we get, the less prone we are to putting off what we really want to do, therefore you will be able to seek out new directions later. — Wendy Lustbader
Prone Quotes By Brene Brown: But the feeling of scarcity does thrive in But the feeling of scarcity does thrive in shame-prone cultures that are deeply steeped in comparison and fractured by disengagement. — Brene Brown
Prone Quotes By Charles Dickens: They had an ugly look to one as They had an ugly look to one as prone to disgust and fear as the changes of a few hours had made me. — Charles Dickens
Prone Quotes By Barack Obama: I was impatient in those days, busy with I was impatient in those days, busy with work and unrealized plans, and prone to see other people as unnecessary distractions. — Barack Obama
Prone Quotes By Ovid: All things can corrupt when minds are prone All things can corrupt when minds are prone to evil. — Ovid
Prone Quotes By Bertrand Russell: The human heart as modern civilization has made The human heart as modern civilization has made it is more prone to hatred than to friendship. And it is prone to hatred because it is dissatisfied. — Bertrand Russell
Prone Quotes By Peta Wilson: I'm the Magoo of actresses, very accident-prone. I'm the Magoo of actresses, very accident-prone. — Peta Wilson
Prone Quotes By Amanda Hearst: A typical native New Yorker, I'm prone to A typical native New Yorker, I'm prone to wearing the city's unofficial sartorial color: black. — Amanda Hearst
Prone Quotes By Jim McMahon: Yes, risk-taking is inherently failure-prone. Otherwise, it would Yes, risk-taking is inherently failure-prone. Otherwise, it would be called sure-thing-taking. — Jim McMahon
Prone Quotes By Maude Meagher: Creative thought seems prone to flower in symbols Creative thought seems prone to flower in symbols before it ripens to fruit. — Maude Meagher
Prone Quotes By Heather Mills: I don't mean to be accident prone, but I don't mean to be accident prone, but my excuse is if you really want to get somewhere you have to go full gas. — Heather Mills
Prone Quotes By Ray William Johnson: As a general rule, if you are prone As a general rule, if you are prone to melodramatic meltdowns, please avoid purchasing a webcam for any reason. — Ray William Johnson
Prone Quotes By Andrew Rosenthal: My father was not prone to worship, but My father was not prone to worship, but he worshiped Arthur Sulzberger. — Andrew Rosenthal
Prone Quotes By Arthur Desmond: Women of vanquished races are usually very prone Women of vanquished races are usually very prone to wed with the men who have slaughtered their kindred in battle. — Arthur Desmond
Prone Quotes By Ovid: Love is too prone to trust. Would I Love is too prone to trust. Would I could think
My charges false and all too rashly made. — Ovid
Prone Quotes By Thomas Fuller: Men are more prone to revenge injuries than Men are more prone to revenge injuries than to requite kindness. — Thomas Fuller
Prone Quotes By Roger Housden: The heart, like the grape, is prone to The heart, like the grape, is prone to delivering its harvest in the same moment it appears to be crushed. — Roger Housden
Prone Quotes By Gordon Livingston: We are all prone to the myth of We are all prone to the myth of the perfect stranger — Gordon Livingston
Prone Quotes By Iain M. Banks: We are a race prone to monsters, she We are a race prone to monsters, she thought, and when we produce one we worship it. — Iain M. Banks
Prone Quotes By Patricia Briggs: Humans, in her experience, were weak and fragile Humans, in her experience, were weak and fragile things prone to dying and breeding with about the same frequency. — Patricia Briggs
Prone Quotes By Ralph Waldo Emerson: My tongue is prone to lose the way,Not My tongue is prone to lose the way,Not so my pen, for in a letterWe have not better things to say,But surely put them better. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Prone Quotes By John Ortberg: I am struck by how quickly I am I am struck by how quickly I am prone to judgmentalism. — John Ortberg
Prone Quotes By Hermann Broch: In the intoxication of falling, man was prone In the intoxication of falling, man was prone to believe himself propelled upward. — Hermann Broch
Prone Quotes By Jennifer L. Armentrout: Okay, you're prone to moments of great dickdom, Okay, you're prone to moments of great dickdom, but you're not that bad. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Prone Quotes By Sarah Bernhardt: The actor is too prone to exaggerate his The actor is too prone to exaggerate his powers; he wants to play Hamlet when his appearance is more suitable to King Lear. — Sarah Bernhardt
Prone Quotes By F.F. White: Because it can be deceived, the majority is Because it can be deceived, the majority is as error-prone as any other ruler, but unlike other rulers, it can never be destroyed. — F.F. White
Prone Quotes By Alexander McCall Smith: Political scandals, economic disaster, suffering in all its Political scandals, economic disaster, suffering in all its familiar forms - these were the daily staple of a disaster-prone, uneasy planet. — Alexander McCall Smith
Prone Quotes By Terry Gilliam: I'm more prone to anarchy than I am I'm more prone to anarchy than I am to control - even though I'm a film director. — Terry Gilliam
Prone Quotes By Daniel Radcliffe: I'm not clumsy; just accident prone. I'm not clumsy; just accident prone. — Daniel Radcliffe
Prone Quotes By Lord Byron: No more we meet in yonder bowers Absence No more we meet in yonder bowers Absence has made me prone to roving; But older, firmer hearts than ours, Have found monotony in loving. — Lord Byron
Prone Quotes By Rafael Sabatini: Peter Blood judged her- as we are all Peter Blood judged her- as we are all prone to do- upon insufficient knowledge. — Rafael Sabatini
Prone Quotes By George Washington: Occupants of public offices love power and are Occupants of public offices love power and are prone to abuse it. — George Washington
Prone Quotes By Mason Cooley: Idleness makes people feeble and peevish. Work makes Idleness makes people feeble and peevish. Work makes them stalwart and prone to anger. — Mason Cooley
Prone Quotes By Colette: And since, through lack of vocation or from And since, through lack of vocation or from habit, [Julie] was prone to confuse pity with boredom, she felt herself practically a prisoner ... — Colette
Prone Quotes By Charles Spurgeon: We are too prone to engrave our trials We are too prone to engrave our trials in marble and write our blessings in sand. — Charles Spurgeon
Prone Quotes By Lang Leav: People who are prone to sadness are more People who are prone to sadness are more likely to pick up a pen. — Lang Leav
Prone Quotes By Mark Twain: The window went up, a maid-servant's discordant voice The window went up, a maid-servant's discordant voice profaned the holy calm, and a deluge of water drenched the prone martyr's remains! — Mark Twain
Prone Quotes By Aristotle.: But also philosophy is not about perceptible substances But also philosophy is not about perceptible substances they, you see, are prone to destruction. — Aristotle.
Prone Quotes By Morris West: All institutions are prone to corruption and to All institutions are prone to corruption and to the vices of their members. — Morris West
Prone Quotes By Francis Bacon: The human understanding is of its own nature The human understanding is of its own nature prone to suppose the existence of more order and regularity in the world than it finds. — Francis Bacon
Prone Quotes By Orlando Figes: Lenin was always prone to overestimate the physical Lenin was always prone to overestimate the physical danger to himself: in this respect he was something of a coward. — Orlando Figes
Prone Quotes By Patrick Cockburn: Journalists are notoriously prone to exaggerate the beneficial Journalists are notoriously prone to exaggerate the beneficial impact of elections and to ignore more complex developments. — Patrick Cockburn
Prone Quotes By Gregory Cochran: Anyhow, many people in the soft sciences are Anyhow, many people in the soft sciences are prone to be wrong because they're crazy*
* some are dumb, too, but that's another story. — Gregory Cochran
Prone Quotes By Jane McGonigal: Growing up, I was prone to anxiety. Growing up, I was prone to anxiety. — Jane McGonigal
Prone Quotes By Herman Kahn: Nuclear weapons are intrinsically neither moral nor immoral, Nuclear weapons are intrinsically neither moral nor immoral, though they are more prone to immoral use than most weapons. — Herman Kahn
Prone Quotes By David Chiles: Google chrome is not safe. The browser is Google chrome is not safe. The browser is prone to hacks at Starbucks. — David Chiles
Prone Quotes By Shia Labeouf: I think I'm prone to not being a I think I'm prone to not being a good guy in relationships. — Shia Labeouf
Prone Quotes By Gail Carriger: [She] lost her patience, a thing she was [She] lost her patience, a thing she was all too prone to misplacing. — Gail Carriger
Prone Quotes By Maureen Corrigan: Prolonged travel in the alternate world of books Prolonged travel in the alternate world of books can also make a reader more prone to fantasy thinking and estranged from his or her "real" life. — Maureen Corrigan
Prone Quotes By Martin Luther: We must beat the Gospel into peoples' heads We must beat the Gospel into peoples' heads incessantly because it's the one thing we're prone to forget. — Martin Luther
Prone Quotes By Nalini Singh: You're prone to mood swings."Mood swings? he stopped You're prone to mood swings."
Mood swings? he stopped halfway down the steps. "Women have mood swings. Not men. — Nalini Singh
Prone Quotes By Michele Renae: All women were prone to some bad habits. All women were prone to some bad habits. As were we men. But as a man, I have to say that women were more of a struggle to understand than we men. — Michele Renae
Prone Quotes By Frank Luntz: Writing a book is the most difficult, anxiety-prone Writing a book is the most difficult, anxiety-prone aspect of my life because the words that I put on paper are very serious to me. — Frank Luntz
Prone Quotes By Rob Brydon: I'm prone to a more depressed outlook on I'm prone to a more depressed outlook on life. — Rob Brydon
Prone Quotes By John Calvin: Since we are all naturally prone to hypocrisy, Since we are all naturally prone to hypocrisy, any empty semblance of righteousness is quite enough to satisfy us instead of righteousness itself. — John Calvin
Prone Quotes By Plutarch: The first evil those who are prone to The first evil those who are prone to talk suffer, is that they hear nothing. — Plutarch
Prone Quotes By Jakob Nielsen: Progressive disclosure defers advanced or rarely used features Progressive disclosure defers advanced or rarely used features to a secondary screen, making applications easier to learn and less error-prone. — Jakob Nielsen
Prone Quotes By Agatha Christie: I often wonder why the whole world is I often wonder why the whole world is so prone to generalise. Generalisations are seldom if ever true and are usually utterly inaccurate. — Agatha Christie