Madame Deluzy, Luzy Dorothee

Madame
Deluzy, Luzy Dorothee
1747
1830

French Actress

Author Quotes

We are so desirous of vengeance that people often offend us by not giving offence.

What is a woman?s surest guardian angel? Indifference.

What is joy? A sunbeam between two clouds.

Why are we so blind? That which we improve, we have, that which we hoard is not for ourselves.

Women are far more impulsive than men; this is because they are more influenced by the heart than the head.

Women do not fancy timid men.

Delicacy is the parent of decency.

The anticipation of evil courts evil.

Dignity and pride are of too near relationship for intermarriage.

The hen of our neighbor appears to us a goose, says the Oriental proverb.

Discreet women have sometimes neither eyes nor ears.

There is but one antidote for coquetry,?true love.

Familiarity and satiety are twins.

There is one antidote only for coquetry, and that is true love.

Gold does not satisfy love; it must be paid in its own coin.

They teach us to dance; O that they could teach us to blush, did it cost a guinea a glow!

Great culture is often betokened by great simplicity.

Very few men understand the true significance of contentment; women alone illustrate it.

Intrigue is a court distemper.

It is a shrewd device to pretend we have someone unimportant fault,?it overshadows so many serious defects.

It requires a great deal of poetry to gild the pill of poverty, and then it will pass current only in theory; the reality is a dead failure.

It requires a great deal of poetry to gild the pill of poverty.

Joy is a sunbeam between two clouds.

A coquette is a woman without any heart, who makes a fool of a man that hasn't got any head.

Nothing so truly becomes feminine beauty as simplicity.

Author Picture
First Name
Madame
Last Name
Deluzy, Luzy Dorothee
Birth Date
1747
Death Date
1830
Bio

French Actress