56 Metaphors for motto

" Mr. Watkins observed that "the negroes' motto was God and the king.

Even among the Jesuits, with their corrupted theology, the motto emblazoned on their standard was, Ad majorem dei gloriam.

His motto was: "Sic praesentibus voluptatibus utaris ut futuris non noceas.

King Oscar's motto was Brödrafolkens Väl

There is a celebrated and pro-Ally newspaper in New York whose motto is "All the news that's fit to print."

The motto of the order is Tria juncta in uno (Three united in one); and Henry VI.'s chapel at Westminster is the chapel of the order, with the plates of the Knights on their stalls, and their banners suspended over them.

[Footnote 1: The motto in the original edition was 'Semivirumque bovem Semibovemque virum.' Ovid.]

EGALITÉ, PHILIPPE, Duke of Orleans, born April 13th, 1787, father of Louis Philippe; so called because he sided with the Republican party in the French Revolution, and whose motto was "Liberté, Fraternité, et Egalité."

If the motto of "Little Pillows" might be "Come to Jesus," the motto of "Morning Bells" might be "Follow Jesus.

Our motto should be No Surrender; and far from yielding to the ills of life, let us take fresh courage from misfortune:

And, above all, the State's motto has been thoroughness and efficiency in every department of its manifold life; knowledge and power its aims.

Our motto must be, 'A good heart and no hope.'

The Society's motto was "Benefacta male collocata, malefacta existima;" and it attempted much the same work now performed by the Charity Organisation Society.

I have my failings; perhaps, as you have just been pleased to intimate, it would have been better had my motto been frugality; but the open hand, dear Sir, is a part of the design you will not deny me, either.

We're coming, we're coming, with banners unfurled, Our motto is FREEDOM, our country the world; Our watchword is LIBERTYtyrants beware!

His motto was: "Sic praesentibus voluptatibus utaris ut futuris non noceas.

Their motto was the motto of the Three Musketeers: "All for one, and one for all.

Its motto was "Love, Union, Peace"; its officers were president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, marshal, mother, and six male and twelve female stewards, and its dues fifty cents per month.

The motto of Froude's Remains, which embodied his characteristic temper, was an expression of the feeling of the school: Se sub serenis vultibus Austera virtus occulit:

The one guiding motto of his life was 'Save, not invest.'

"It is the Order of the Golden Rose, mon ami, and its motto is Sincere et

But it may explain what I mean, that a neat motto is child of the Title.

" "In the event of your doing so," Norgate continued, "more money, and arms themselves if you require them, will be available, but the motto of those who have the cause of Ireland entirely at heart is, 'No compromise!'

Our motto is: Ab hoste doceri."

The true motto for the writer of such a book is nihil a me alienum puto, whether humanum or otherwise.

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