Put Down Quotes

Quotes tagged as "put-down" (showing 1-7 of 7)
Anthony Liccione
“Expect while reaching for the stars, people to whirl by with their dark clouds and storm upon you.”
Anthony Liccione

“Be very careful when you judge another human being. Do not measure anybody strictly based on the bad you see in them and ignore all the good. Be wary of any man who intentionally ignores another man's record of deeds or work history simply to impose their own agenda. Such a man's judgment lacks merit and should be disregarded immediately. Without a conscience, there is no truth in them.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

V.C. Andrews
“Cathy, don't look so defeated. She was only trying to put us down
again.
Maybe nothing did work out right for her, but that doesn't mean we are
doomed. Let's go forth tomorrow with no great expectations of finding
perfection. Then, expecting only a small share of happiness, we won't
be disappointed.”
V.C. Andrews, Flowers in the Attic

Lindsay Armstrong
“If some men think they've been outdone by a woman, well, they hit back with the best weapon they have. And that's to put you in your place and let you think you only have one use in life.”
Lindsay Armstrong, Enter My Jungle

Aleksandra Ninkovic
“I'm not trying to put you down, but even if I did, you'd have nowhere to go.”
Aleksandra Ninkovic, Better to be able to love than to be loveable

Aniruddha Sastikar
“An insult bestowed on your interior and exterior personality; for causes beyond control, kills you innumerably, till the last breath.”
Aniruddha Sastikar

Michael  Grant
“Hunter’s dead,” Taylor said without preamble. “It was these . . . these things. They came crawling up out of him and were eating him, oh God, I mean, it was like . . . I mean he was crying and Dekka prayed with him and he tried to fry his own brain just like he did with Harry only I guess it didn’t work, I guess he couldn’t do it, so Sam . . .” She swallowed. “Anyone have some water?”
“What about Sam?” Astrid demanded.
“He did it for him. Sam. I mean, he . . . Hunter was, you know . . . so Sam.” She pantomimed raising her hands, like Sam, like he would do when using his power.
Astrid closed her eyes and crossed herself.
“Rest in peace,” Edilio said and crossed himself as well.
“Sam burned the boy?” Howard asked. Then, bitterly sarcastic said, “Yeah, you all pray to Jesus. Because Jesus is really providing a lot of help here. Sounds to me like Sam was the one doing what had to be done.”
Michael Grant, Plague