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What has this to do with the matter?

What I do against my will cannot be said to be my own act.

What is an exalted position to a low fellow but a golden ring in a swine's snout?

What is lighter than a feather? Dust. What lighter than dust? Wind. What lighter than the wind? A harlot. What lighter than a harlot? Nothing.

What is new is esteemed, but what is in every day use ceases to afford interest.

What is not understood [explained] by what is less understood. [To make confusion still more confounded.]

What is permitted us we least desire.

What is there that love will not achieve?

What is useful cannot be base.

What is viler than to be laughed at?

What is worthwhile must needs be difficult.

What limit is there in love?

What need has a blind man of a looking glass?

What people in distress most wish for, they most readily believe.

What raging rashly is begun, Challengeth shame before half done.

What the eye rarely sees, the heart soon despises.

What though his hair be gray, his mind is no less vigorous than ever.

What we possess is always beautiful.

What will not performance achieve?

What you think of yourself is much more important than what others think of you.

What you've never had you never miss.

What! you a hare, and ask for hare-pie!

What's bred in the bone will come out in the flesh.

What's bred in the bone will never out of the flesh.

What's done can't be mended.