Quotations About / On: WEDDING

Quotations About / On: WEDDING
[H.H. (Hector Hugh) Munro] Saki
We all know that Prime Ministers are wedded to the truth, but like other wedded couples they sometimes live apart.
Henry David Thoreau
No tree is so wedded to the water, and harmonizes so well with still streams.
Herman Melville
Meditation and water are wedded for ever.
Samuel Butler
It is not nice to be wedded to anything—not even to a theory.
Friedrich Von Schiller
A gloomy guest fits not a wedding feast.
Helen Rowland
Wedding: the point at which a man stops toasting a woman and begins roasting her.
P. J Wolfson
Gin for executions, beer for birthdays, wine for weddings.
Colette [Sidonie Gabrielle Colette]
Girls usually have a papier mâché face on their wedding day.
Edward Kofi Louis
Wed the truth with your mind and, live in peace with your neighbours.
Oliver Goldsmith
I ... chose my wife as she did her wedding-gown, not for a fine glossy surface, but such qualities as would wear well.
Hesiod
Whoever, fleeing marriage and the sorrows that women cause, does not wish to wed comes to a deadly old age.
Jean Anouilh
Everything ends this way in France. Weddings, christenings, duels, burials, swindlings, affairs of state—everything is a pretext for a good dinner.
Mason Cooley
The Ancient Mariner seizes the guest at the wedding feast and will not let go until he has told all his story: the prototype of the bore.
Stefan Zweig
Immanuel Kant lived with knowledge as with his lawfully wedded wife, slept with it in the same intellectual bed for forty years and begot an entire German race of philosophical systems.
Frances Burney
Well of all things in the world, I don't suppose anything can be so dreadful as a public wedding—my stars!—I should never be able to support it!
Charles Schnee
Look, twenty-dollar weddings. What a way to get married.... Keechie, would you marry me?
Anna Quindlen
Women who marry early are often overly enamored of the kind of man who looks great in wedding pictures and passes the maid of honor his telephone number.
Willard Van Orman Quine
Meaning is what essence becomes when it is divorced from the object of reference and wedded to the word.
Sinclair Lewis
“Wed get sick on too many cookies, but ever so much sicker on no cookies at all.”
William Shakespeare
Wooing, wedding, and repenting, is as a Scotch jig, a measure, and a cinquepace; the first suit is hot and hasty, like a Scotch jig, and full as fantastical; the wedding, mannerly-modest, as a measure, full of state and ancientry; and then comes repentance and, with his bad legs, falls into the cinquepace faster and faster, till he sink into his grave.

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