Relish Related Quotes



We relish news of our heroes, forgetting that we are extraordinary to somebody too.

Helen Hayes


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Television is my home. It's a special breed of person that can do nine months on and three months off, with 22 episodes of one-hour shows. It's very hard work. It can be a grind. It's not a grind for me. I relish in that.

Charisma Carpenter


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Beauty loses its relish; the graces never.

Henry Home, Lord Kames


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What pity that Religion and Love, which heighten our relish for the things of both worlds, should ever run the human heart into enthusiasm, superstition, or uncharitableness!

Samuel Richardson


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Arms are instruments of ill omen, not the instruments of the gentleman. When one is compelled to use them, it is best to do so without relish.

Laozi


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Happiness does not consist in things themselves but in the relish we have of them; and a man has attained it when he enjoys what he loves and desires himself, and not what other people think lovely and desirable.

Francois De La Rochefoucauld


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“It's a new game, and I always relish the challenge and think we have a lot to bring to the table.”

Carol Lafever


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Oatcakes are a delicate relish when eaten warm with ale.

Robert Burns


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Yet, for my part, I was never unusually squeamish; I could sometimes eat a fried rat with a good relish, if it were necessary.

Henry David Thoreau


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In Plato's republic, poets were considered subversive, a danger to the republic. I kind of relish that role. So I see my present role as a gadfly, to use my soapbox to promote my various ideas and obsesions.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti


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