greatness || in a sentence

Winston Churchill once said that the price of greatness is responsibility.

Zadok Rabinwitz once said that a man’s dreams are an index to his greatness.

Seneca once said that it is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness.

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Froude once said that the essence of greatness is neglect of the self.

There is an old proverb which notes that the first step toward greatness is to be honest.

Herbert Henry Asquith once remarked that greatness is a zigzag streak of lightning in the brain.

He’s completely convinced of his own greatness but to the people around him he’s just a selfish jerk.

An African proverb suggests that a man who pays respect to the great paves the way for his own greatness.

As Shakespeare wrote, “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.

The narrative content of the sculptures in the temple known as the Parthenon served to proclaim the greatness of Classical Athens.

William Shakespeare wrote, “Be not afraid of greatness: some men are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.

Ernst Fischer once said that as machines become more and more efficient and perfect, so it will become clear that imperfection is the greatness of man.

Jim Rohn once observed that whoever renders service to many puts himself in line for greatness — great wealth, great return, great satisfaction, great reputation, and great joy.

Margaret Thatcher once stated, “Unless we change our ways and our direction, our greatness as a nation will soon be a footnote in the history books, a distant memory of an offshore island, lost in the mists of time like Camelot, remembered
423318 It was just truly greatness, and right in front of our eyes.”

Only a return to the noble fruitcake can lead us back to greatness.”

To us, who have been educated on his greatness, this is a public insult.”

After all, no business ever achieved greatness through cost-savings alone.

Revving up Aston Martin Nothing speaks of British greatness more than cars.

Lack, now 67, led the news division to greatness as its president in the 1990s.

To this writer’s mind, the greatness of an F1 driver is about much more than statistics.

Just for that ability to change a game in an instant which is the preserve of true greatness.