Sayings – Letter T

–  Sayings – Letter T  –

A collection of common and not-so-common Sayings starting with the Letter “T”  –  Organized by SubjectObject, or however it logically makes sense. 😉


  • All Things In Moderation” – This Saying can also be classified as an Aphorism, an Interjection, or a Proverb, which is used as advice to imply that:  One should never over-do anything.  That those things which are not considered “bad”, when over-done, can become harmful, and that even those things which are often considered “bad” for us, aren’t so “bad” in moderate quantities…   Read Full Post Here

  • (to be) Neither Here Nor There – This an Idiomatic Adjectival and Adverbial Phrase which can also be classified as a Saying, and is used when a person is speaking but makes reference to something which is not necessarily realted to the main point that the person is making – and it used as a way of getting back to the main point by saying:

“What I just said is not completely relevant to what I am endeavoring to express so I will get back to my main point.”

For example:  If a person where making some point about a lesson that he or she learned from his or her grandparent, but then while trying to make a point got sidetracked and started talking about the beautiful garden at the grandparents’ house (which had nothing to do with the main point) – he or she could then stop and say…

“…and it was such a lovely garden.  But that is neither here nor there.  The important thing that I learned was…”

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