Enamoured Famous Quotes & Sayings

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35 Enamoured Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Enamoured Sayings By Bob Geldof: Bono as we all know, is in love with the world, he's enamoured by it. Bono as we all know, is in love with the world, he's enamoured by it. I'm enraged by it. He wants to give the world a great big hug, I want to punch its lights out. — Bob Geldof
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Enamoured Sayings By Russell Brand: Page 3 is a crazy concept whereby for no discernable reason, a national newspaper prints Page 3 is a crazy concept whereby for no discernable reason, a national newspaper prints a photograph of a young woman showing her tits. I'd object but I'm too enamoured with the boobs ... — Russell Brand
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Enamoured Sayings By Anthony Hopkins: I've always liked American actors particularly. Because that was my first impression. I was very I've always liked American actors particularly. Because that was my first impression. I was very enamoured of America when I was a kid because we were surrounded by American soldiers during the war, the accent was very strange to me, it was very exotic and very captivating. — Anthony Hopkins
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Enamoured Sayings By Charlie Watts: When people talk about the '60s I never think that was me there. It was When people talk about the '60s I never think that was me there. It was me and I was in it, but I was never enamoured with all that. It's supposed to be sex and drugs and rock and roll and I'm not really like that. I've never really seen the Rolling Stones as anything. — Charlie Watts
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Enamoured Sayings By Bryan Adams: I've never been enamoured by the idea of being a celebrity. I've never been enamoured by the idea of being a celebrity. — Bryan Adams
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Enamoured Sayings By Leonardo Da Vinci: Those who become enamoured of the art, without having previously applied to the diligent study Those who become enamoured of the art, without having previously applied to the diligent study of the scientific part of it, may be compared to mariners who put to the sea in a ship without rudder or compass and therefore cannot be certain of arriving at the wished for port. — Leonardo Da Vinci
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Enamoured Sayings By Titania: Methought I was enamoured of an ass. Methought I was enamoured of an ass. — Titania
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Enamoured Sayings By James A. Baldwin: It is perfectly possible to be enamoured of Paris while remaining totally indifferent or even It is perfectly possible to be enamoured of Paris while remaining totally indifferent or even hostile to the French. — James A. Baldwin
Enamoured Sayings By Ferran Adria: My idol was Johann Cruyff (a Dutch soccer player) and I wanted to be like My idol was Johann Cruyff (a Dutch soccer player) and I wanted to be like him. But when I realized that I would never be, I decided to do something else. I met the kitchen by chance and quickly became completely enamoured by it. — Ferran Adria
Enamoured Sayings By Lauren Bacall: I don't look in the mirror; don't like what I see; never have. I am I don't look in the mirror; don't like what I see; never have. I am not my idea of a beauty. Never was. This is not false modesty. I've just never been enamoured of my face, which of course is magnified umpteen times on screen. — Lauren Bacall
Enamoured Sayings By Morgan Freeman: You're not going to be able to look like anyone else, no matter how hard You're not going to be able to look like anyone else, no matter how hard you try, unless you're a mimic, then you're not acting, you're just mimicking. You can't go on being John Wayne, that's John Wayne. So you're not going to steal from John Wayne. I'm not going to steal from John Wayne and you're not going to come back and say 'Didn't you get that from the circus?' You know. But he is one of those people who instructs me, whom I look up to - whom I think is one of the masters of his craft that I am so enamoured of. — Morgan Freeman
Enamoured Sayings By Morgan Freeman: You want to retire from a job you're not that all enamoured with. I love You want to retire from a job you're not that all enamoured with. I love what I do. I want to keep doing it till I can't get out of bed doing it. — Morgan Freeman
Enamoured Sayings By Rob Brydon: When you're a kid, I think you want to be a film star. And I'm When you're a kid, I think you want to be a film star. And I'm not as enamoured with that any more. The reality of that life is a lot of travel, and a lot of being away, which is impractical because I have four children, so I don't want to be away that much, not the other side of the world away. — Rob Brydon
Enamoured Sayings By Adam Smith: The man of system ... is apt to be very wise in his own conceit; The man of system ... is apt to be very wise in his own conceit; and is often so enamoured with the supposed beauty of his own ideal plan of government, that he cannot suffer the smallest deviation from any part of it ... He seems to imagine that he can arrange the different members of a great society with as much ease as the hand arranges the different pieces upon a chess-board. He does not consider that in the great chess-board of human society, every single piece has a principle of motion of its own, altogether different from that which the legislature might choose to impress upon it. — Adam Smith
Enamoured Sayings By Sarah Bernhardt: What matters poverty? What matters anything to him who is enamoured of our art? Does What matters poverty? What matters anything to him who is enamoured of our art? Does he not carry in himself every joy and every beauty? — Sarah Bernhardt
Enamoured Sayings By Nicolaus Copernicus: For I am not so enamoured of my own opinions that I disregard what others For I am not so enamoured of my own opinions that I disregard what others may think of them. — Nicolaus Copernicus
Enamoured Sayings By Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra: He who sees a play that is regular, and answerable to the rules of poetry, He who sees a play that is regular, and answerable to the rules of poetry, is pleased with the comic part, informed by the serious, surprised at the variety of accidents, improved by the language, warned by the frauds, instructed by examples, incensed against vice, and enamoured with virtue; for a good play must cause all these emotions in the soul of him that sees it, though he were never so insensible and unpolished. — Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
Enamoured Sayings By Moby: I love the fact that no one's ever bought my record because they were enamoured I love the fact that no one's ever bought my record because they were enamoured of the way I look. Maybe one person. There must be someone out there with compromised taste. — Moby
Enamoured Sayings By Mick Rock: I'd photographed musicians before but this was different. Syd was very charismatic, and he had I'd photographed musicians before but this was different. Syd was very charismatic, and he had the aura of a poete maudit, which made him the perfect subject for me - I realised that rock n' rollers were the modern equivalent of all the poets I was so enamoured with. — Mick Rock
Enamoured Sayings By John Hewson: I got a bit enamoured with bigger houses and things like that. I got a bit enamoured with bigger houses and things like that. — John Hewson
Enamoured Sayings By Michelangelo: If I love in thee, beloved, only what thou lovest most, do not be angry; If I love in thee, beloved, only what thou lovest most, do not be angry; for so one spirit is enamoured of another. — Michelangelo
Enamoured Sayings By Rory Bremner: Maybe we like our politicians to appear like bumbling oafs. It certainly never did Ronald Maybe we like our politicians to appear like bumbling oafs. It certainly never did Ronald Reagan or George Bush any harm. The Italians still seem enamoured of Silvio Berlusconi - a man whose entry into a room is less likely to be greeted with the Italian national anthem than by the Benny Hill theme tune. — Rory Bremner
Enamoured Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: Said ye ever Yea to one joy? O my friends, then said ye Yea also Said ye ever Yea to one joy? O my friends, then said ye Yea also unto ALL woe. All things are enlinked, enlaced and enamoured. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Enamoured Sayings By Suman Pokhrel: I would regard meaningsgiven by others so far as refreshing boon,I would still be enamoured I would regard meanings
given by others so far
as refreshing boon,
I would still be enamoured of rose
or any heartless flower's smell
if tender tides of your affection
had not suffused
the pollens of my heart
with loving aroma. — Suman Pokhrel
Enamoured Sayings By William Shakespeare: Affliction is enamoured of thy parts, And thou art wedded to calamity. Affliction is enamoured of thy parts,
And thou art wedded to calamity. — William Shakespeare
Enamoured Sayings By Oscar Wilde: He grew more and more enamoured of his own beauty, more and more interested in He grew more and more enamoured of his own beauty, more and more interested in the corruption of his own soul. — Oscar Wilde
Enamoured Sayings By Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel: The naive which is simultaneously beautiful, poetic, and idealistic, must be both intention and instinct. The naive which is simultaneously beautiful, poetic, and idealistic, must be both intention and instinct. The essence of intention, in this sense, is freedom. Consciousness is far from intention. There is a certain enamoured contemplation of one's own naturalness or silliness which itself is unspeakably silly. Intention does not necessarily require a profound calculation or plan. — Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
Enamoured Sayings By Oscar Wilde: Marco Polo had seen the inhabitants of Zipangu place rose-colored pearls in the mouths of Marco Polo had seen the inhabitants of Zipangu place rose-colored pearls in the mouths of the dead. A sea-monster had been enamoured of the pearl that the diver brought to King Perozes, and had slain the thief, and mourned for seven moons over its loss. — Oscar Wilde
Enamoured Sayings By Aldous Huxley: Dinted dimpled wimpledhis mind wandered down echoing corridors of assonance and alliteration ever further and Dinted
dimpled wimpled
his mind wandered down echoing corridors of
assonance and alliteration ever further and further from the
point. He was enamoured with the beauty of words. — Aldous Huxley
Enamoured Sayings By Thomas More: The Utopians wonder that any man should be so enamoured of the lustre of a The Utopians wonder that any man should be so enamoured of the lustre of a jewel, when he can behold a star or the sun — Thomas More
Enamoured Sayings By Samuel Johnson: There are certain topicks which are never exhausted. Of some images and sentiments the mind There are certain topicks which are never exhausted. Of some images and sentiments the mind of man may be said to be enamoured; it meets them, however often they occur, with the same ardour which a lover feels at the sight of his mistress, and parts from them with the same regret when they can no longer be enjoyed. — Samuel Johnson
Enamoured Sayings By John Lydon: As a young concert-going person, I was never enamoured with celebrities who would walk out As a young concert-going person, I was never enamoured with celebrities who would walk out to feature in certain songs and then walk off. — John Lydon
Enamoured Sayings By Sister Nivedita: a single generation enamoured of foreign ways is almost enough in history to risk the a single generation enamoured of foreign ways is almost enough in history to risk the whole continuity of civilization and learning. — Sister Nivedita
Enamoured Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: Women stand related to beautiful nature around us, and the enamoured youth mixes their form Women stand related to beautiful nature around us, and the enamoured youth mixes their form with moon and stars, with woods and waters, and the pomp of summer. They heal us of awkwardness by their words and looks. We observe their intellectual influence on the most serious student. They refine and clear his mind: teach him to put a pleasing method into what is dry and difficult. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Enamoured Sayings By Walter J. Phillips: The painter who is so enamoured by the beauties of the parts of a landscape, The painter who is so enamoured by the beauties of the parts of a landscape, that he strives to represent all, cannot succeed. His picture will be an arrangement of a series of portraits of things without unity ... There must be variety and contrast, but in measured doses. — Walter J. Phillips