Top Rated 100 Ennui Quotes

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unfavorable feeling, By Alexandre Dumas
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Ego non baptiso te in nomine ... but make out the rest yourself. By Herman Melville
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Adrenalin dispels boredom. Run, you sufferers from ennui! Run for your lives! By Mason Cooley
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Sisters of the Nigrizia By Abraham Verghese
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La Closerie, in Ansouis. By Peter Mayle
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Busy idleness urges us on.[Lat., Strenua nos exercet inertia.] By Horace
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The same word passed through three minds, simultaneously, philosophical, fatalistic, the eternal refuge of the Italian: Pazienza ... By Violet Trefusis
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Our call is to an engaged alienation, By Russell D. Moore
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ANIENTED (A'NIENTED) adj.[anneantir, Fr.]Frustrated; brought to nothing. By Samuel Johnson
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There is a terrible emptiness in me, an indifference that hurts. By Albert Camus
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an agony of humiliated indecision By Aldous Huxley
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Love, n.I'm not going to even try. By David Levithan
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Indu'd With sanctity of reason. By John Milton
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Erchomai , I am comingVeni, I have come By Cassandra Clare
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Stasis, Iseult det Midenzi told herself for the thousandth time since dawn. Stasis in your fingers and in your toes. By Susan Dennard
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I was not, I was, I am not, I care not. (Non fui, fui, non sum, non curo) By Epicurus
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Just when you least expect it, enkantos will always have a way of surprising you. By Arnold Arre
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Nihil est sine ratione. There is nothing without a reason. By Gottfried Leibniz
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His Tender Roni. By Ana E Ross
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The satisfaction of a special Pninian craving. By Vladimir Nabokov
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What is more miserable than discontent? By William Shakespeare
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Gnani (The Enlightened one) means without Ego. By Dada Bhagwan
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I grew very weary and irritable with the curate's perpetual ejaculations; By Mary Shelley
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Who is free from illusory attachment (nirmohi)? The Gnani Purush (the enlightened one). He can see flesh and bones, through and through. By Dada Bhagwan
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The consciousness of the falsity of present pleasures, and the ignorance of the vanity of absent pleasures, cause inconstancy. By Blaise Pascal
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Ngari-ngari - literally By Jack London
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Resignation, perhaps the most stifling word in the language. By Caitlin Thomas
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Entbehren sollst du - sollst entbehren. Thou shalt forego, shalt do without. By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
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Disillusion in an ache that eats into the dreams of goodness, of love, of any value that matters - even to the very belief in life. By Anne Perry
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We are charmed by neatness: Let not your hair be out of order.[Lat., Munditiis capimur: non sine lege capilli.] By Ovid
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Cynicism is reality with an alternate spelling. By Woody Allen
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He despises what he sought; and he seeks that which he lately threw away.[Lat., Quod petit spernit, repetit quod nuper omisit.] By Horace
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The more we deny ourselves, the more the gods supply our wants.[Lat., Quanto quisque sibi plura negaverit,A dis plura feret.] By Horace
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Monogamy, monotony. There's only a couple of letters ... By Richard Linklater
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Ignominy thirsts for consideration. By Victor Hugo
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Under the vague dullness of the gray hours, dissatisfaction seeks a definite object and finds it in the privation of an untried good. By George Eliot
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If. A two-letter word for futility. By Sidney Sheldon
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Illegitimi non carborundum --don't let the bastards grind you down By Sadie Munroe
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indifference but detachment By Anonymous
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Bad spellers of the world untie! By Adam Savage
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Amor animi arbitrio sumitu, non ponitur; we choose to love; we do not choose to cease loving. By Lauren Groff
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Horas non numero nisi serenas,' 'I count - no - hours but - unclouded ones, By Eleanor H. Porter
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Something unappeased, unappeasable, is within me. By Friedrich Nietzsche
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Until we find Enio, I'm closer to you than your own shadow. By Meg Hennessy
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Sluggish idlenessthe nurse of sin. By Edmund Spenser
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Am inteles ca un om poate avea totul neavand nimic si nimic avand totul. By Mihai Eminescu
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These trifles will lead to serious mischief.[Lat., Hae nugae seria ducentIn mala.] By Horace
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One night is awaiting us all, and the way of death must be trodden once.[Lat., Omnes una manet nox,Et calcanda semel via leti.] By Horace
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Conceptio culpa Nasci pena Labor vita Necesse mori 'Conception is sin, birth is pain, life is toil, death is inevitable. By Niall Ferguson
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I do not wish to die: but I care not if I were dead.[Lat., Emori nolo: sed me esse mortuum nihil aestimo.] By Marcus Tullius Cicero
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AMISSION (AMI'SSION) n.s.[amissio, Lat.]Loss. By Samuel Johnson
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Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem. No more things should be presumed to exist than are absolutely necessary. By Mark Haddon
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Sour taste of obligation postponed, By Roland Merullo
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[G]enius is a true degenerative psychosis belonging to the group of moral insanity . . . By Cesare Lombroso
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Discontent is want of self-reliance; it is infirmity of will. By Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Loneliness ia a human condition By Janet Fitch
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Home...Home....the word, By Ellen Hopkins
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The abdication of BeliefMakes the Behavior small- Better an ignis fatuusThan no illume at all. By Emily Dickinson
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Ena milo melomon, frai is frau and swee is too, swee is two when swoo is free, ana mala woe is we! By James Joyce
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The most prevalent poetic representation of contemporary experience is the mimesis of disorientation by non sequitor. By Tony Hoagland
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Retire me to my Milan, whereEvery third thought shall be my grave. By William Shakespeare
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It is necessity and not pleasure that compels us. [Italian: Necessita c'induce, e non diletto.] By Dante Alighieri
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I feel an unhappiness which almost dismembers me, and at the same time am convinced of its necessity By Franz Kafka
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To paraphrase Antonio Gramsci, cynicism of intellect; promise of the present. By Bill Grigsby
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You disenchant me. By Coco J. Ginger
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The insupportable labor of doing nothing. By Richard Steele
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Ecstatic absurdity: it's the confrontation with meaninglessness. By Errol Morris
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An unfinished feeling. By Sylvia Plath
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Deliberando saepe perit occasio [The opportunity often slips away while we deliberate on it]. By Publilius Syrus
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Trifling trouble find utterance; deeply felt pangs are silent. By Seneca The Younger
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Can't you read? The score demands 'con amore', and what are you doing? You are playing it like married men! By Arturo Toscanini
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Nothing is so intolerable to man as being fully at rest, without a passion, without business, without entertainment, without care. By Blaise Pascal
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Procrastinatio n is still the thief of time. By Martin Luther King Jr.
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Indignation must always be the answer to indignity. Reality is not destiny. By Eduardo Galeano
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THE GAMBLER,THE NUN & THE RADIOI do not follow you.Many times I do not follow myself with pleasure. By Ernest Hemingway,
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In home life contentment is an essential to daily comfort. One discontented person in the house creates an atmosphere fatal to tranquillity. By Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
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Retirement is the ugliest word in the language. By Ernest Hemingway,
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What is my nothingness to the stupor that awaits you? By Arthur Rimbaud
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Omnia Mutantur, Nihil Interit. 'Everything changes, but nothing is truly lost. By Neil Gaiman
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Habit is overcome by habit.[Lat., Consuetudo consuetudine vincitur.] By Thomas A Kempis
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Act non-action; undertake no undertaking; taste the tasteless. By Laozi
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Parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.(Mountains are in labour, a ridiculous mouse will be born) By Horace
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Entitlement is the opposite of enchantment. By Guy Kawasaki
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Assent was indignant & universal By David Mitchell
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Erised stra ehru oyt ube cafru oyt on wohsi By J.k. Rowling
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Without businesse debauchery. By George Herbert
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Indolence is the sleep of the mind. By Luc De Clapiers
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Veni, vidi, flevi.I came. I saw. I cried. By Dorian Cirrone
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Je ne fais aucun mal en restant ici.I do no harm by remaining here. By Richard Powers
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Anni, amori e bicchieri di vino, nun se contano mai."' '"Years, lovers and glasses of wine; these things must not be counted. By Anthony Capella
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We are amused through the intellect, but it is the heart that saves us from ennui. By Sophie Swetchine
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Impossibility, like wineExhilarates the manWho tastes it; PossibilityIs flavoreless. By Emily Dickinson
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The emptiness of our boredom met with the emptiness of these supposed signs. By Witold Gombrowicz
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Of all the cankers of human happiness, none corrodes it with so silent, yet so baneful, a tooth, as indolence, By Jon Meacham
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Indignation is a submission of our thoughts, but not of our desires. By Bertrand Russell
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Absurdity of absurdities. By Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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A nightmare has taken hold of my body. Lunacy has dug its way inside my mind. By Amanda Steele
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All neurotics, and many others besides, take exception to the fact that 'inter urinas et faeces nascimur. By Sigmund Freud
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Intemperance is the epitome of every crime, the cause of every kind of misery. By Douglas William Jerrold
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