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A large archive of phrases, sayings, quotes and cliches, with their meanings and origins. Give it a word and it will return a related list.
Quotes by, pictures of, and links to information about people who were born on each day of the year.
Sorted by subject: inspirational, thought-provoking, humorous, and literary; quotes for occasions and greetings.
A free quote database built collaboratively using Wiki software, a sister project to Wikipedia. (GNU Free Documentation License)
Motivational quotations from Dale Carnegie, Henry Ford, and Zig Ziglar as well as other American business communicators.
This collection of 100,000+ quotations, aphorisms, maxims, proverbs, mottoes, book excerpts, and poems is browsable by author or cross-referenced topic.
Find witty sayings by author or category, read background information, and contribute favorite sayings.
Quotations, categorized by source, includes examples of quotation mythology; wrongful attribution and misquotation.
Collection of quotes, sayings and proverbs to share on Facebook and Twitter.
An online encyclopedia of quotations, quips, and proverbs. Includes picture quotes, interpretations, variations, relevant trivia, and author biographies.