They would sweep their poverty under the carpet if only they had one.
Quoted by Ljupka Cvetanova
The customs and practices of life in society sweep us along.
Quoted by Michel de Montaigne
On the canvas of life, Every sweep of the brush matters, Counts for something…
Quoted by Scott Hastie
Self-loathing is man's effort to sweep the moon of footprints.
Quoted by Joseph Grammer
The nature of revolutions is to sweep the reluctant along.
Quoted by H.W. Brands
Today's tears sweep the road to tomorrow's blessings.
Quoted by Matshona Dhliwayo
I make no secret of the fact that I would rather lie on a sofa than sweep beneath it.
Quoted by Shirley Conran
The most beautiful tide is the sweep of your heart against mine.
Quoted by Sanober Khan
She was carried along by events, not reflecting on them, just letting them sweep over her.
Quoted by David Brooks
You can't sweep something broken into a bag and call it whole. It takes repair.
Quoted by Paula Heller Garland
Let everyone sweep in front of his own door, and the whole world will be clean.
Quoted by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
We cannot continue to sweep the problems of segregation and discrimination under the rug.
Quoted by Thomas Sugrue
My idea of housework is to sweep the room with a glance.
Quoted by Erma Bombeck