The Old Quotes

Collection of top 100 famous quotes about The Old

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The Old Quotes By Gerald Raftery: A horse loves freedom, and the weariest old A horse loves freedom, and the weariest old work horse will roll on the ground or break into a lumbering gallop when he is turned loose into the open. — Gerald Raftery
The Old Quotes By Annie Dillard: For all the insularity of the old guard, For all the insularity of the old guard, Pittsburgh was always an open and democratic town. — Annie Dillard
The Old Quotes By Courtney Thorne-Smith: I thought, I hate the thought of a I thought, I hate the thought of a 12, 13 or 14 year-old girl seeing a picture of me and thinking she'll do what I did. — Courtney Thorne-Smith
The Old Quotes By James G. Frazer: Some of the old laws of Israel are Some of the old laws of Israel are clearly savage taboos of a familiar type thinly disguised as commands of the Deity. — James G. Frazer
The Old Quotes By William Butler Yeats: O heart, we are old;The living beauty is O heart, we are old;
The living beauty is for younger men:
We cannot pay its tribute of wild tears. — William Butler Yeats
The Old Quotes By Bill Burr: A lot of my fears and anxieties are A lot of my fears and anxieties are the fears and anxieties of a six-year-old boy. When I finally confront them, they're really small. — Bill Burr
The Old Quotes By Nicholas Braun: I'm pretty far from the character I play, I'm pretty far from the character I play, so it's fun to mess around and be a 15-year-old again. — Nicholas Braun
The Old Quotes By Ecaterina Szabo: I was seven years old when I learnt I was seven years old when I learnt the back somi on beam. — Ecaterina Szabo
The Old Quotes By J. Tonzelli: Well, how did you die, then?" the old Well, how did you die, then?" the old man finally asked.
"Die?" Matthew threw back. "Are you crazy? I'm not dead. I'm just very late. — J. Tonzelli
The Old Quotes By Maggie Young: Affairs began, drama spread, and traditional, good-old-boy camaraderie Affairs began, drama spread, and traditional, good-old-boy camaraderie was tainted by the temptresses who represented the inconvenience of feminism. — Maggie Young
The Old Quotes By Jason Hirschhorn: Email is a 40-year-old technology that is not Email is a 40-year-old technology that is not going away for very good reasons - it's the cockroach of the Internet. — Jason Hirschhorn
The Old Quotes By Walter Raleigh: But true love is a durable fire, In But true love is a durable fire, In the mind ever burning, Never sick, never old, never dead, From itself never turning. — Walter Raleigh
The Old Quotes By Michael Caine: To me, growing old is great. It's the To me, growing old is great. It's the very best thing - considering the alternative. — Michael Caine
The Old Quotes By Erik Larson: Look here, old fellow, do you realize this Look here, old fellow, do you realize this has been the greatest meeting of artists since the fifteenth century? — Erik Larson
The Old Quotes By Karl Marx: Force is the midwife of every old society Force is the midwife of every old society pregnant with a new one. — Karl Marx
The Old Quotes By Sean Patrick Flanery: Yep. There's a lie on the wall of Yep. There's a lie on the wall of my old elementary school that only my Granddaddy and me know about... And I'm okay with that. — Sean Patrick Flanery
The Old Quotes By Tan Twan Eng: The young have hopes and dreams, while the The young have hopes and dreams, while the old hold the remains of them in their hands and wonder what has happened to their lives. — Tan Twan Eng
The Old Quotes By Tom Robbins: The mission of the artist in an over-technologi The mission of the artist in an over-technologi zed society, is to call the old magic back to life. — Tom Robbins
The Old Quotes By Philip Reeve: The old curator of ceramics lay near the The old curator of ceramics lay near the door, looking indignant, as if death was a silly modern fad that he rather disapproved of. — Philip Reeve
The Old Quotes By Dixie Carter: Eventually I lost the idea that I could Eventually I lost the idea that I could have a career. I thought I was too old. — Dixie Carter
The Old Quotes By Jay Northcote: It's ironic, really, isn't it? Nineteen-year age gap, It's ironic, really, isn't it? Nineteen-year age gap, and it's the old bloke who comes in his pants, and the twenty-something with performance issues. — Jay Northcote
The Old Quotes By Julie White: Frankly, I wish they would do 'The Bachelorette' Frankly, I wish they would do 'The Bachelorette' for old people. And I could be the bachelorette. — Julie White
The Old Quotes By Shannon Hale: Hear the leaves applaudingHear the wind hurrahingHear the Hear the leaves applauding
Hear the wind hurrahing
Hear the surf guffawing
The ways of old are dead
The queen has lost her head — Shannon Hale
The Old Quotes By Ambrose Bierce: Experience - the wisdom that enables us to Experience - the wisdom that enables us to recognise in an undesirable old acquaintance the folly that we have already embraced. — Ambrose Bierce
The Old Quotes By John Calvin: It is also to be noticed, that the It is also to be noticed, that the old man is distinguished by his works, as a tree is by its fruits. — John Calvin
The Old 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
The Old Quotes By Donald Hall: Both my New Hampshire great-grandfathers wore facial hair: Both my New Hampshire great-grandfathers wore facial hair: the Copperhead who fought in the war and the sheep farmer too old for combat. — Donald Hall
The Old Quotes By George Saunders: As I moved about the room I would As I moved about the room I would encounter that silver wedge of a moon at this window or that, like some old beggar who wished to be invited in. — George Saunders
The Old Quotes By Johnny Cash: I learn from my mistakes. It's a very I learn from my mistakes. It's a very painful way to learn, but without pain, the old saying is, there's no gain. — Johnny Cash
The Old Quotes By Norman Cousins: The old emphasis upon superficial differences that separate The old emphasis upon superficial differences that separate peoples must give way to education for citizenship in the human community. — Norman Cousins
The Old Quotes By Tom Cardamone: Next door I could hear the old man's Next door I could hear the old man's soul flap its heavy vermillion butterfly wings as the hustler shot a load down his throat. — Tom Cardamone
The Old Quotes By Teresa Toten: Tell the truth and . . .run!"Old Croatian Tell the truth and . . .run!"
Old Croatian proverb — Teresa Toten
The Old Quotes By Garry Fitchett: Wish to seek if my quote are original? Wish to seek if my quote are original? Save your time - Everything is old under the sun. — Garry Fitchett
The Old Quotes By Kami Garcia: Nobody messes with my boy. Not Abraham Ravenwood, Nobody messes with my boy. Not Abraham Ravenwood, nor the Serpent or Old Scratch himself, you hear? — Kami Garcia
The Old Quotes By Anne Rice: Goddamn it, do it yourself. You're five hundred Goddamn it, do it yourself. You're five hundred years old and you can't use a telephone? Read the directions. What are you, an immortal idiot? — Anne Rice
The Old Quotes By Winston Graham: Lazy in everything," said Ross, "but the search Lazy in everything," said Ross, "but the search for excuses. Like two old pigs in their sty and as slow to move from their own patch of filth." Prudie — Winston Graham
The Old Quotes By Shelley Berman: The old problems - love, money, security, status, The old problems - love, money, security, status, health, etc. - are still here to plague us or please us. — Shelley Berman
The Old Quotes By William Wordsworth: Those old credulities, to Nature dear, Shall they Those old credulities, to Nature dear, Shall they no longer bloom upon the stock Of history? — William Wordsworth
The Old Quotes By Charles Spurgeon: Conversion is a change of masters. Will we Conversion is a change of masters. Will we not do as much for our new master, the Lord Jesus, as we did once for our old tyrant lusts? — Charles Spurgeon
The Old Quotes By Katie McGarry: Two years older than me, but he's [Dust] Two years older than me, but he's [Dust] one of those guys who you known is an old soul the moment you meet him. — Katie McGarry
The Old Quotes By Henry Fox: Touch but a cobweb in Westminster Hall, and Touch but a cobweb in Westminster Hall, and the old spider of the law is out upon you with all his vermin at his heels. — Henry Fox
The Old Quotes By Joan Collins: I think it is shocking that 15- and I think it is shocking that 15- and 16-year-olds leave school unable to add up and with the reading ability of a four-year-old. — Joan Collins
The Old Quotes By Madame De Stael: However old a conjugal union, it still garners However old a conjugal union, it still garners some sweetness. Winter has some cloudless days, and under the snow a few flowers still bloom. — Madame De Stael
The Old Quotes By Victoria Aveyard: In the stories, the old fairy tales, a In the stories, the old fairy tales, a hero comes. But all my heroes are gone or dead. No one is coming for me. — Victoria Aveyard
The Old Quotes By Drew Magary: She crossed her legs and kicked out her She crossed her legs and kicked out her feet, clad in thick wool socks and boots big enough to house a little old lady. — Drew Magary
The Old Quotes By Jean Rostand: When I was young I pitied the old. When I was young I pitied the old. Now old, it is the young I pity. — Jean Rostand
The Old Quotes By Red Buttons: Ninety isn't old. You're old when your doctor Ninety isn't old. You're old when your doctor doesn't X-ray you any more - he just holds you up to the light! — Red Buttons
The Old Quotes By Edward Norton Lorenz: Mathematicians seem to have no difficulty in creating Mathematicians seem to have no difficulty in creating new concepts faster than the old ones become well understood. — Edward Norton Lorenz
The Old Quotes By William J. Clinton: The ideals that bind us together are as The ideals that bind us together are as old as our nation, but so are the forces that pull us apart. — William J. Clinton
The Old Quotes By Cheryl Strayed: There was the woman I was before my There was the woman I was before my mom died and the one I was now, my old life sitting on the surface of me like a bruise. — Cheryl Strayed
The Old Quotes By Marvin Hamlisch: Maybe I'm old-fashioned. But I remember the beauty Maybe I'm old-fashioned. But I remember the beauty and thrill of being moved by Broadway musicals - particularly the endings of shows. — Marvin Hamlisch
The Old Quotes By Debasish Mridha: Learning is the ecstasy of life which keeps Learning is the ecstasy of life which keeps our hearts young and our minds sharp. — Debasish Mridha
The Old Quotes By Marian Keyes: The old Chinese proverb springs to mind - The old Chinese proverb springs to mind - No pain, no gain. — Marian Keyes
The Old Quotes By Helen Fielding: Bridget. Sleeping with a twenty-nine year old off Bridget. Sleeping with a twenty-nine year old off Twitter on the second date is not 'rather like in Jane Austen's day'. (Talitha) — Helen Fielding
The Old Quotes By Robert Breault: In the time it takes you to understand In the time it takes you to understand a 14-year-old, he turns 15. — Robert Breault
The Old Quotes By Sebastian Barry: THERE'S OLD SORROW in your blood like second THERE'S OLD SORROW in your blood like second nature and new sorrow that maddens the halls of sense. Causes — Sebastian Barry
The Old Quotes By Philip Yancey: The Old Testament anticipates [Jesus] all the way The Old Testament anticipates [Jesus] all the way through. — Philip Yancey
The Old Quotes By Christopher Lasch: Most of these alternative arrangements, so-called, arise out Most of these alternative arrangements, so-called, arise out of the ruins of marriages, not as an improvement of old fashioned marriage. — Christopher Lasch
The Old Quotes By Steffi Graf: I've thrown away lots of my old diaries I've thrown away lots of my old diaries - you never know who might get their hands on them. But I have kept a few notes on the good old days. — Steffi Graf
The Old Quotes By Fantasia Barrino: I want to still be singing at 70 I want to still be singing at 70 years old. I want to be open to the dreams I haven't even dreamed up. — Fantasia Barrino
The Old Quotes By Richard Peck: Grandma, how old is she?""Oh I don't know." Grandma, how old is she?"
"Oh I don't know." Grandma said. "You'd have to cut off her head and count the rings in her neck. — Richard Peck
The Old Quotes By John Caudwell: As the years passed, and I was nine, As the years passed, and I was nine, 10, 11 years old, it became obvious I was going to start up a business of some sort. — John Caudwell
The Old Quotes By Patti LaBelle: I'm 60, and I did 60-year-old women songs. I'm 60, and I did 60-year-old women songs. I'm not trying to be the Hip-Hop Queen, although I am the original Hip Hop Queen. — Patti LaBelle
The Old Quotes By Immortal Technique: Art has to be, you know, trade itself, Art has to be, you know, trade itself, conform to the old strict guidelines set forth by how it was going to act in the future. — Immortal Technique
The Old Quotes By Jim Bakker: Today, many Christians don't seem concerned about the Today, many Christians don't seem concerned about the Old Testament, but apparently God still has concern for His Law, all the way to the end of time. — Jim Bakker
The Old Quotes By Steve Erickson: Representing not just the resurrection of a career, Representing not just the resurrection of a career, 1953 marked 37-year-old Frank Sinatra's creative emergence as the best singer of his century. — Steve Erickson
The Old Quotes By Kevin Kwan: My father came from old money. There was My father came from old money. There was less of an expectation for the children to earn a living. — Kevin Kwan
The Old Quotes By Maurice Sendak: My parents were ignorant peasants from the Old My parents were ignorant peasants from the Old World. — Maurice Sendak
The Old Quotes By Jack London: Old longings nomadic leap, Chafing at custom's chain; Old longings nomadic leap, Chafing at custom's chain; Again from its brumal sleep Wakens the ferine strain. — Jack London
The Old Quotes By Chris Cleave: The young see the world that they wish The young see the world that they wish for. The old see the world as it is. You — Chris Cleave
The Old Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell: Don't think to come over me with th' Don't think to come over me with th' old tale, that the rich know nothing of the trials of the poor; I say, if they don't know, they ought to know. — Elizabeth Gaskell
The Old Quotes By Rudyard Kipling: Bite on the bullet, old man, and don't Bite on the bullet, old man, and don't let them think you're afraid. — Rudyard Kipling
The Old Quotes By Roseanne Barr: There isn't any New Man. The New Man There isn't any New Man. The New Man is the old man, only he whines more. — Roseanne Barr
The Old Quotes By Jean Paul: Memory, wit, fancy, acuteness, cannot grow young again Memory, wit, fancy, acuteness, cannot grow young again in old age, but the heart can. — Jean Paul