|esurientes implevit bonis, et divites dimisit inanes||he has filled the hungry with good things, and the rich he has sent away empty (St. Luke 1:53)|
|bonis a divitibus nihil timendum||good men ought to fear nothing from the rich|
|bonis avibus||under favorable auspices|
|bonis nocet quisquis pepercerit malis||he hurts the good who spares the bad (Publilius Syrus)|
|bonis omnia bona||all things are good to the good|
|bonis quod bene fit (or benefit) haud perit||whatever good is done for good men is never done in vain (Plautus)|
|bonis vel malis avibus||under good or evil auspices|
|ergo hoc proprium est animi bene constituti, et lætari bonis rebus, et dolere contrariis||this is a proof of a well-constituted mind, to rejoice in what is good and to grieve at the opposite (Cicero)|
|est miserorum, ut malevolentes sint atque invideant bonis||it is the tendency of the wretched to be ill-disposed toward and to envy the fortunate (Plautus)|
|et mala sunt vicina bonis||there are bad qualities near akin to good (Ovid)|
|facile est imperium in bonis||it is easy to rule over the good (Plautus)|
|fortes creantur fortibus et bonis||brave sons spring from the steadfast and good (Horace)|
|fortes creantur fortibus et bonis; est in juvencis, est in equis patrum virtus, nec imbellem feroces progenerant aquilæ columbam||brave men are begotten by the brave and good; there is in steers and in horses the virtue of their sires, nor does the fierce eagle beget the dove (Horace)|
|id quod est præstantissimum maximeque optabile omnibus sanis et bonis et beatis, cum dignitate otium||the thing that is the most outstanding, and chiefly to be desired by all healthy and good and well-off persons, is leisure with honor (Cicero)|
|imperium, flagitio acquisitum, nemo unquam bonis artibus exercuit||the power that was acquired by disgraceful means has never been directed to any good purpose (Tacitus)|
|judice te mercede caret, per seque petenda est externis virtus incomitata bonis||in your judgment virtue needs no reward, and is to be sought for its own sake, unaccompanied by external benefits (Ovid)|
|mens immota manet; lachrymæ volvuntur inanes||the mind remains unmoved; tears are shed in vain (Virgil)|
|multis ille bonis flebilis occidit nulli flebilior quam tibi (or mihi)||he fell lamented by many good men, by none more lamented than by you (or by me) (Horace, said of Quintilian)|
|non id videndum, conjugum ut bonis bona, at ut ingenium congruat et mores moribus; probitas, pudorque virgini dos optima est||in marriage the relative proportion of property is not so much to be considered, as the union of mind, and the identity of manner and disposition; chastity and modesty form the best portion that a virgin can bring to her husband (Terence)|
|O curvæ in terris animæ et cœlestium inanes!||O you souls bent down to earth and void of everything heavenly! (Persius)|
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