Quotation Explorer - 'Paraphrase'

To paraphrase Paul, God often uses the cheesy to confound the sophisticated. He regularly honors those who are confused about his leading as if they have nailed it. - Mark Galli
To paraphrase Lucretius, there's nothing more useful than to watch a man or woman in times of contagious deadly disease peril combined with his or her assumptions of financial adversity to discern what kind of man or woman they really are. - T.K. Naliaka
If I may paraphrase 's well-known aphorism, I would say that 'books are the money of Literature, but only the counters of Science. Thomas Henry Huxley - Hobbes
To paraphrase Muggeridge: Everything is a parable that God is speaking to us, the art of life is to get the message. - Chester Elijah Branch
to paraphrase science writer John D. Barrow we know they are impossible and yet we can imagine them anyway. Our brains, it turns out, are not prisoners of the world we live in; we can fly free! We can, any time we like, create the impossible. - Robert Krulwich
To read is to translate, for no two persons' experiences are the same. A bad reader is like a bad translator: he interprets literally when he ought to paraphrase and paraphrases when he ought to interpret literally. - W.H. Auden
I might paraphrase Churchill and say: never have I received so much for so little.[Exemplifying humility, upon accepting the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.] - Luis Federico Leloir
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