Crime is naught but misdirected energy. - Emma Goldman
I said: 'A line will take us hours maybe;Yet if it does not seem a moment's thought,Our stitching and unstitching has been naught. - W.B. Yeats
So they crucified their Messiah? Well can I believe it. That He was a Son of the Living Spirit would be naught to them, if indeed He was so.... They would care little for any God if he came not with pomp and power. - H. Rider Haggard
Knowledge, understanding, and wisdom is naught to the man who is incapable of applying it. - Joshua Romqn
Mirror mirror on the wall, show the real me or naught at all. - Buddha
All thought is naught but a footnote to Plato.
In this world of change naught which comes stays and naught which goes is lost.
You can not teach art, it's not to be taught, but felt and lived, or else it is naught. - Sabina Nore
We're shadows! of naught - living, dying! for what's not. - Fakeer Ishavardas
Glory is like a circle in the water, Which never ceaseth to enlarge itself, Till by broad spreading it disperses to naught. - William Shakespeare
Have you not heard it said full oft, a woman's nay doth stand for naught. - William Shakespeare
Love gives naught but itself and takes naught but from itself. Love possesses not nor would it be possessed; For love is sufficient unto love. - Kahlil Gibran
Will they remember us, Aravan? Will Mankind remember us at all?" ... Mayhap, Gwylly, mayhap. Mayhap in their legends and their fables. Mayhap in naught but their dreams. - Dennis L. McKiernan
FORCE, n. "Force is but might," the teacher said -- "That definition's just." The boy said naught but through instead, Remembering his pounded head: "Force is not might but must!" - Ambrose Bierce
KEEP, v.t. He willed away his whole estate, And then in death he fell asleep, Murmuring: "Well, at any rate, My name unblemished I shall keep." But when upon the tomb 'twas wrought Whose was it? -- for the dead keep naught. Durang Gophel Arn - Ambrose Bierce