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Words Without Meaning Quotes By Alfred North Whitehead: Science repudiates philosophy. In other words, it has Science repudiates philosophy. In other words, it has never cared to justify its truth or explain its meaning. Alfred North Whitehead
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Rebecca Solnit: You can use the power of words to You can use the power of words to bury meaning or to excavate it. Rebecca Solnit
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Katherine Mansfield: Once we have learned to read, meaning of Once we have learned to read, meaning of words can somehow register without consciousness. Katherine Mansfield
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Confucius: If language is not rectified, words do not If language is not rectified, words do not correspond to meaning, and if words do not correspond to meaning, our deeds cannot be accomplished. — Confucius
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Avijeet Das: I want to read you every night. I I want to read you every night. I want to take you to bed with me : your words, your thoughts, your mind, your body and your soul. — Avijeet Das
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Americans have many virtues, but they have The Americans have many virtues, but they have not Faith and Hope. I know no two words whose meaning is more lost sight of. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Justine Ezarik: What we say to each other-even when it's What we say to each other-even when it's anonymous, even when we think no one is paying attention, even when it's online-matters. Words have meaning. — Justine Ezarik
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Ben Oliveira: [...] She knew it a book it was [...] She knew it a book it was not just a book. Everything had a meaning. There was an invisible web that connected the words. It was like magic — Ben Oliveira
Words Without Meaning Quotes By E.B. White: A good many of the special words of A good many of the special words of business seem designed more to express the user's dreams than to express a precise meaning. — E.B. White
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Dante Alighieri: Because your question searches for deep meaning,I shall Because your question searches for deep meaning,
I shall explain in simple words — Dante Alighieri
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Yang Wanli: Get rid of words, and get rid of Get rid of words, and get rid of meaning, and still there is poetry. — Yang Wanli
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Benjamin Franklin: Without continual growth and progress, such words as Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning. — Benjamin Franklin
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Doug Dorst: -It's extremely cool how the words can stay -It's extremely cool how the words can stay the same but their meaning can change.
-Because the reader changes.
-EXACTLY — Doug Dorst
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Confucius: Where words lose their meaning, people lose their Where words lose their meaning, people lose their lives. — Confucius
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Antonin Scalia: Words have meaning. And their meaning doesn't change. Words have meaning. And their meaning doesn't change. — Antonin Scalia
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Shannon Phillips: Everything has an older meaning. All words have Everything has an older meaning. All words have their secrets. Spells and gods are buried in the thicket of language. — Shannon Phillips
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: Faeces by any other name would smell as Faeces by any other name would smell as gross — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Words Without Meaning Quotes By George Eliot: The words of genius have a wider meaning The words of genius have a wider meaning than the thought that prompted them. — George Eliot
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Mary Balogh: And of course the word love has many And of course the word love has many shades of meaning, as do many, many of the words in our living, breathing language — Mary Balogh
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Patricia A. McKillip: Words, he decided, were inadequate at best, impossible Words, he decided, were inadequate at best, impossible at worst. They meant too many things. Or they meant nothing at all. — Patricia A. McKillip
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Friedrich Nietzsche: We suffer from the malady of words, and We suffer from the malady of words, and have no trust in any feeling that is not stamped with its special word. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Gautama Buddha: Better than a meaningless story of a thousand Better than a meaningless story of a thousand words is a single word of deep meaning which, when heard, produces peace. — Gautama Buddha
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Toba Beta: We can only be enlightened to the meaning We can only be enlightened to the meaning of wise words
only and only if life have put and made us requiring them. — Toba Beta
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Adel Sakura: YES and NO is just a word but YES and NO is just a word but it have big meanings inside it. — Adel Sakura
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Sorin Cerin: The meaning of the words is necessary and The meaning of the words is necessary and not their extent. — Sorin Cerin
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Emily Dickinson: I know nothing in the world that has I know nothing in the world that has as much power as a word. Sometimes I write one, and I look at it, until it begins to shine. — Emily Dickinson
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: God is not all that interested in your God is not all that interested in your grammar. He is interested in the meaning of your grammar! — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Words Without Meaning Quotes By B.R. Sanders: The words when I said them felt no The words when I said them felt no different than they had the night before, but their meaning was clearer. — B.R. Sanders
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Benjamin Franklin: Words may show a man's wit but actions Words may show a man's wit but actions his meaning. — Benjamin Franklin
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Elizabeth George: Meaningful prayer is a matter of the heart, Meaningful prayer is a matter of the heart, not the eloquence of the words. — Elizabeth George
Words Without Meaning Quotes By John R. Dallas Jr.: Words have meaning beyond the obvious. Words have Words have meaning beyond the obvious. Words have consequences beyond intentions. Civil words align risk and reward of such unknowns. — John R. Dallas Jr.
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Jonathan Goldman: The word enchant comes from the Latin 'incantare', The word enchant comes from the Latin 'incantare', meaning to sing or chant magical words or sounds. — Jonathan Goldman
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Rashmit Kalra: Silence is not absence of words. Silence is Silence is not absence of words. Silence is the space where words arise and dissolve. Without silence, words have no meaning — Rashmit Kalra
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Ayn Rand: We cannot say what they meant, for there We cannot say what they meant, for there are no words for their meaning, but we know it without words and we knew it then. — Ayn Rand
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Suzy Kassem: Without words meaning anything, we stop meaning anything. Without words meaning anything, we stop meaning anything. It's getting to the point where nobody means what they say or says what they really mean. — Suzy Kassem
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Ayn Rand: He was searching for words to name his He was searching for words to name his meaning without naming it, she thought, to make her understand that which he did not want to be understood. — Ayn Rand
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Jennifer Ott: People don't follow words; they follow conviction and People don't follow words; they follow conviction and without conviction the words are meaningless. — Jennifer Ott
Words Without Meaning Quotes By Gregory Bateson: Without context words and actions have no meaning Without context words and actions have no meaning at all — Gregory Bateson