Minna Thomas Antrim

1861 - ?

A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on heart

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Matrimonially speaking, a bridle for the tongue is better than a rein for the heart.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

Source: Naked Truths and Veiled Illusions

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A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on men and women

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Pretty women and rich men are rarely wrong.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

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A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on women

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A multi-millionaire's sins may cause one woman to apply for legal redress, but there is absolutely no depth of moral blackness that will deter some other woman from consenting to replace her.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

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A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on complaints and pleasure

A fool bolts pleasure, then complains of moral indigestion.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

Source: Naked Truths and Veiled Illusions, 1901

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A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on kiss and soul

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Smiles are the soul's kisses.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

Source: Naked Truths and Veiled Illusions

Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on failure and strength

Three failures denote uncommon strength. A weakling has not enough grit to fail thrice.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

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A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on foolishness and women

It takes more than a wise man to keep track of a foolish woman.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

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A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on cleverness and women

When a woman gives more attention to her dinner than to the clever man beside her, she furnishes conclusive evidence that she has more than half covered her century run.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

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A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on devil, foolishness, and illusions

Illusion is the dust the devil throws in the eyes of the foolish.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

Source: Naked Truths and Veiled Illusions

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A Quote by Minna Thomas Antrim on achievement and love

To be loved is to be fortunate, but to be hated is to achieve distinction.

Minna Thomas Antrim (1861 - ?)

Source: Naked Truths and Veiled Illusions

Contributed by: Zaady

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