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Right is right, since God is God. [ Faber ]

Since grief but aggravates thy loss,

Grieve not for what is past. [ Percy ]

Do good today, since thou still livest. [ Villefre ]

'Tis long since death had the majority. [ Blair ]

Electric telegraphs, printing, gas,

Tobacco, balloons, and steam.

Are little events that have come to pass

Since the days of the old regime.

And, spite of Lempriere's dazzling page,

I'd give - though it might seem bold -

A hundred years of the Golden Age

For a year of the Age of Gold. [ Henry S. Leigh ]

Since you will buckle fortune on my back;

To bear her burden whe'r I will or no,

I must have patience to endure the load. [ William Shakespeare ]

Since every Jack became a gentleman,

There's many a gentle person made a Jack. [ William Shakespeare, Richard III ]

Why are those tears? why droops your head

Is then your other husband dead?

Or does a worse disgrace betide?

Hath no one since his death applied? [ Gay ]

The balmy zephyrs, silent since her death,

Lament the ceasing of a sweeter breath. [ Pope ]

Many a dog is dead since you were a whelp. [ Proverb ]

I will this dreary blank of absence make,

A noble task-time, and will therein strive

To follow excellence, and to overtake

More good than I have won since yet I live. [ Francis Kemble ]

'Tis but an hour ago, since it was nine;

And, after one hour more, 'twill be eleven;

And so, from hour to hour, we ripe and ripe.

And then, from hour to hour, we rot and rot. [ William Shakespeare ]

I wish the crowd to feel itself well treated,

Especially since it lives and lets me live. [ Goethe ]

Since trifles make the sum of human things,

And half our misery from our foibles springs. [ Hannah More ]

Zounds! I was never so be thumped with words

Since I first called my brother's father dad. [ William Shakespeare, King John, Act II. Sc.1 ]

You licked not your lips since you lied last. [ Proverb ]

You didn't lick your lips since you lied last. [ Proverb ]

All human history attests

That happiness for man - the hungry sinner —

Since Eve ate apples, much depends on dinner! [ Byron ]

Since all the riches of this world

May be gifts from the devil and earthly kings.

I should suspect that I worshipped the devil

If I thanked my God for worldly things. [ Wm. Blake ]

Man thinks

Brutes have no wisdom, since they know not his:

Can we divine their world? [ George Eliot ]

I shall despair. There is no creature loves me;

And if I die, no soul shall pity me:

Nay, wherefore should they, since that I myself

Find in myself no pity to myself? [ William Shakespeare ]

Ever since Adam, fools have been in the majority. [ Casimir Delavigne ]

Ever since we wear clothes we know not one another. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Sorrow is not evil, since it stimulates and purifies. [ Mazzini ]

The rather since every man is the son of his own works. [ Cervantes ]

Since you wronged me, you never had a good thought of me. [ Proverb ]

Since we have a good loaf, let us not look for cheesecakes. [ Cervantes ]

The sweat of Adam's brow hath streamed down our's ever since. [ Proverb ]

Since sorrow never comes too late. And happiness too swiftly flies. [ Gray ]

How many honest words have buffered corruption since Chaucer's days! [ Thomas Middleton ]

Worth hath been under-rated, ever since wealth hath been overvalued. [ Proverb ]

Since you know all, and I nothing, tell me what I dreamed last night. [ English Proverb, collected by George Herbert ]

Since he cannot be revenged on the ass, he falls upon the pack-saddle. [ Proverb ]

Regard not dreams, since they are but the images of our hopes and fears. [ Cato ]

Since all the maids are good and lovable, from whence come the evil wives? [ Lamb ]

It's never happened in the World Series history - and it hasn't happened since. [ Yogi Berra ]

Since we cannot attain to greatness, let us revenge ourselves by railing at it. [ Montaigne ]

Why should we complain, since we are so little moved by the complaints of others? [ Alfred Bougeart ]

I was never so bethumped with words since first I called my brother's father dad. [ William Shakespeare ]

In every work regard the writer's end, Since none can compass more than they intend. [ Pope ]

Modesty in woman is a virtue most deserving, since we do all we can to cure her of it. [ Lingrie ]

The spider lost her distaff, and is ever since forced to draw her thread through her tail. [ Proverb ]

Since you have been a correcting of me, I have told a hundred and twenty holes in your grater. [ Proverb ]

In general, mankind, since the improvement of cookery, eat about twice as much as nature requires. [ Franklin ]

The devil must be very powerful, since the sacrifice of a god for men has not rendered them any better. [ Piron ]

The dower of great beauty has always been misfortune, since happiness and beauty do not agree together. [ Calderon ]

Since Cupid is represented with a torch in his hand, why did they place virtue on a barrel of gunpowder? [ Levis ]

Since your eyes are so sharp, that you cannot only look through a millstone, but clean through the mind. [ Lyly ]

Thou learnest no secret until thou knowest friendship, since to the unsound no heavenly knowledge enters. [ Hafiz ]

Women should be doubly careful of their conduct, since appearances often injure them as much as real faults. [ Abbe Girard ]

Women are right to crave beauty at any price, since beauty is the only merit that men do not contest with them. [ A. Dupuy ]

Since I cannot govern my own tongue, though within my own teeth, how can I hope to govern the tongue of others? [ Franklin ]

Since the invention of printing no state can now any longer be formed purely, slowly, and by degrees from itself. [ Jean Paul ]

But wealth is a great means of refinement; and it is a security for gentleness, since it removes disturbing anxieties. [ Ik Marvel ]

Of an accountable creature, duty is the concern of every moment, since he is every moment pleasing or displeasing God. [ Robert Hall ]

Be not angry that you cannot make others what you wish them to be, since you cannot make yourself what you wish to be. [ Thomas à Kempis ]

If life be a pleasure, yet, since death also is sent by the hand of the same Master, neither should that displease us. [ Michael Angelo ]

Since love teaches how to trick the tricksters, how much reason have we to fear it - we who are poor simple creatures! [ Marguerite de Valois ]

Since every man that lives is born to die, and none can boast sincere felicity, with equal minds what happens let us bear. [ Dryden ]

Since brevity is the soul of wit, and tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes - I will be brief: Your noble son is mad! [ William Shakespeare, Hamlet ]

Since a true knowledge of nature gives us pleasure, a lively imitation of it in poetry or painting must produce a much greater. [ Dryden ]

Wealth, after all, is a relative thing, since he that has little, and wants less, is richer than he that has much but wants more. [ Colton ]

Nothing but the right can ever be expedient, since that can never be true expediency which would sacrifice a great good to a less. [ Whately ]

Since time is not a person we can overtake when he is past, let us honour him with mirth and cheerfulness of heart while he is passing. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

O, grief hath changed me since you saw me last; and careful hours, with Time's deformed hand, have written strange defeatures in my face! [ William Shakespeare ]

High birth is a gift of fortune which should never challenge esteem towards those who receive it, since it costs then neither study nor labor. [ Bruyere ]

We may wager that any idea of the public, or any general opinion, is a folly, since it has received the approbation of a majority of the people. [ Chamfort ]

Before Greece, every thing in human literature and art was a rude and imperfect attempt. Since Greece, every thing has been a rude and imperfect imitation. [ James Freeman Clarke ]

Our favorites are few: since only what rises from the heart reaches it, being caught and carried on the tongues of men wheresoever love and letters journey. [ Alcott ]

It is only the coward who reproaches as a dishonor the love a woman has cherished for him, since she can not retaliate by making a dishonor of his love for her. [ Mme. de Lambert ]

Loud laughter is the mirth of the mob, who are only pleased with silly things; for true wit or good sense never excited a laugh since the creation of the world. [ Chesterfield ]

Since not only judgments have their awards, but mercies their commissions, snatch not at every favour, nor think thyself passed by if they fall upon thy neighbour. [ Sir T. Browne ]

O unfortunates who sin without pleasure! in your errors be more reasonable; be, at least, fortunate sinners. Since you must be damned, be damned for amiable faults. [ Voltaire ]

Exaggeration is not only one form of falsehood, it is one of its worst forms: since the swollen and contagious body gains admission by walking in upon healthy legs. [ Berz ]

No wonder we are all more or less pleased with mediocrity, since it leaves us at rest, and gives the same comfortable feeling as when one associates with his equals. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Surely life, if it be not long, is tedious, since we are forced to call in the assistance of so many trifles to rid us of our time, of that time which can never return. [ Johnson ]

Men love better books which please them than those which instruct. Since their ennui troubles them more than their ignorance, they prefer being amused to being informed. [ L'Abbe Dubois ]

Earth has one angel less, and heaven one more since yesterday. Already, kneeling at the throne, she has received her welcome, and is resting on the bosom of her Saviour. [ Hawthorne ]

Time is but the measure of the difficulty of a conception. Pure thought has scarcely any need of time, since it perceives the two ends of an idea almost at the same moment. [ Amiel ]

But since, however protracted, death will come. Why fondly study, with ingenious pains. To put it off? - To breathe a little longer is to defer our fate, but not to shun it. [ Hannah More ]

The sea does not contain all the pearls, the earth does not enclose all the treasures, and the flintstone does not inclose all the diamonds, since the head of man encloses wisdom. [ Saadi ]

The first creation of God in the works of the days was the light of the sense; the last was the light of the reason; and his Sabbath-work ever since is the illumination of the spirit. [ Bacon ]

We are not to be astonished that the wise walk more slowly in their road to virtue than fools in their passage to vice; since passion drags us along, while wisdom only points out the way. [ Confucius ]

Nature has lent us life, as we do a sum of money; only no certain day is fixed for payment. What reason then to complain if she demands it at pleasure, since it was on this condition that we received it? [ Cicero ]

In my enthusiasm I may have exaggerated the details a little, but you will easily forgive me that fault, since I believe it is the first time I have ever deflected from perpendicular fact on an occasion like this. [ Mark Twain, from The Story Of A Speech ]

Every fiction since Homer has taught friendship, patriotism, generosity, contempt of death. These are the highest virtues; and the fictions which taught them were therefore of the highest, though not of unmixed, utility. [ Sir J. Mackintosh ]

Pride is the common forerunner of a fall. It was the devil's sin. and the devil's ruin; and has been, ever since, the devil's stratagem, who, like an expert wrestler, usually gives a man a lift before he gives him a throw. [ South ]

Without some strong motive to the contrary, men united by the pursuit of a clearly defined common aim of irresistible attractiveness naturally coalesce; and since they coalesce naturally, they are clearly right in coalescing and find their advantage in it. [ Matthew Arnold ]

I pity men who occupy themselves exclusively with the transitory in things and lose themselves in the study of what is perishable, since we are here for this very end that we may make the perishable imperishable, which we can do only after we have learned how to appreciate both. [ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ]

Extreme old age is childhood; extreme wisdom is ignorance, for so it may be called, since the man whom the oracle pronounced the wisest of men professed that he knew nothing; yea, push a coward to the extreme and he will show courage; oppress a man to the last, and he will rise above oppression. [ J. Beaumont ]

It has become a settled principle that nothing which is good and true can be destroyed by persecution, but that the effect ultimately is to establish more firmly, and to spread more widely, that which it was designed to overthrow. It has long since passed into a proverb that the blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church.

[ Albert Barnes ]

Oceans of ink, reams of paper, and disputes infinite, might have been spared, if wranglers had avoided lighting the torch of strife at the wrong end; since a tenth part of the pains expended in attempting to prove the why, the where, and the when, certain events have happened, would have been more than sufficient to prove that they never happened at all. [ Colton ]

The language of the heart - the language which comes from the heart

and goes to the heart

- is always simple, always graceful, and always full of power, but no art of rhetoric can teach it. It is at once the easiest and most difficult language - difficult, since it needs a heart to speak it; easy, because its periods though rounded and full of harmony, are still unstudied. [ Bovee ]

Since I have known God in a saving manner, painting, poetry, and music have had charms unknown to me before. I have received what I suppose is a taste for them, or religion has refined my mind and made it susceptible of impressions from the sublime and beautiful. O, how religion secures the heightened enjoyment of those pleasures which keep so many from God, by their becoming a source of pride! [ Henry Martyn ]

Wherever there is a sky above him and a world around him, the poet is in his place; for here too is man's existence, with its infinite longings and small acquirings; its ever-thwarted, ever-renewed endeavours; its unspeakable aspirations, its fears and hopes that wander through eternity; and all the mystery of brightness and of gloom that it was ever made of, in any age or climate, since man first began to live. [ Carlyle ]

A town, before it can be plundered and deserted, must first be taken; and in this particular Venus has borrowed a law from her consort Mars. A woman that wishes to retain her suitor must keep him in the trenches; for this is a siege which the besieger never raises for want of supplies, since a feast is more fatal to love than a fast, and a surfeit than a starvation. Inanition may cause it to die a slow death, but repletion always destroys it by a sudden one. [ Colton ]

We have no permanent habits until we are forty. Then they begin to harden, presently they petrify, then business begins. Since forty I have been regular about going to bed and getting up - and that is one of the main things. I have made it a rule to go to bed when there wasn't anybody left to sit up with; and I have made it a rule to get up when I had to. This has resulted in an unswerving regularity of irregularity. It has saved me sound, but it would injure another person. [ Mark Twain, Seventieth Birthday speech ]

Today it is all of sixty years since I began to smoke the limit. I have never bought cigars with life-belts around them. I early found that those were too expensive for me: I have always bought cheap cigars - reasonably cheap, at any rate. Sixty years ago they cost me four dollars a barrel, but my taste has improved, latterly, and I pay seven, now. Six or seven. Seven, I think. Yes; it's seven. But that includes the barrel. I often have smoking-parties at my house; but the people that come have always just taken the pledge. I wonder why that is? [ Mark Twain, Seventieth Birthday speech ]

I have made it a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time. I have no other restriction as regards smoking. I do not know just when I began to smoke, I only know that it was in my father's lifetime, and that I was discreet. He passed from this life early in 1847, when I was a shade past eleven; ever since then I have smoked publicly. As an example to others, and - not that I care for moderation myself, it has always been my rule never to smoke when asleep, and never to refrain when awake. It is a good rule. I mean, for me; but some of you know quite well that it wouldn't answer for everybody that's trying to get to be seventy. [ Mark Twain, Seventieth Birthday speech ]

Since I was seven years old I have seldom take, a dose of medicine, and have still seldomer needed one. But up to seven I lived exclusively on allopathic medicines. Not that I needed them, for I don't think I did; it was for economy; my father took a drug-store for a debt, and it made cod-liver oil cheaper than the other breakfast foods. We had nine barrels of it, and it lasted me seven years. Then I was weaned. The rest of the family had to get along with rhubarb and ipecac and such things, because I was the pet. I was the first Standard Oil Trust. I had it all. By the time the drugstore was exhausted my health was established, and there has never been much the matter with me since. [ Mark Twain, Seventieth Birthday speech ]

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↑# Words within the letters of

## 5 letter words in since (1 word)

## since + 1 blank (14 words)

## since + 2 blanks (88 words)

since

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## Words with

## Words that end with

since

sincein them (6 words)

since(1 word)

↑# Word Growth involving

## Shorter words in

## Longer words containing

since

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sincere insincere insincerely

sincere sincerely insincerely

sincere sincereness

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sincere sincerest

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