Staid Quotes

Staid middle age loves the hurricane passions of opera.

I'm very staid compared to my students actually.

To me the difference between New York and London is that things are boring and staid in London.

I'm not staid and unbiased here. I have certain biases I want to convey and if you disagree that's fine.

Survivor' was to me an absolute reaction that the audience was having to the sort of staid nature of narrative drama on television.

We were sweet lovely people who wanted to throw out all the staid institutions who placed money and wars above all else. When you're young you think that's how life works.

The sweet reward for preparation often does not come in the youthful twenties or staid thirties. It arrives - with accrued interest - in the mature years.

So when at times the mob is swayedTo carry praise or blame too far We may choose something like a starTo stay our minds on and be staid.

You must in your music be wavering like the wind; sometimes wanton sometimes drooping sometimes grave and staid otherwhile effeminate; and the more variety you show the better shall you please.