The 100 Best Phrases of Sherlock Holmes

I leave you the 100 best Sherlock Holmes quotes , The fictional character protagonist of the novels of the Scottish writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

The detective created by Arthur Conan Doyle has become part of our lives to the point that we come to consider him a person of flesh and bone.


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1-There's nothing like firsthand evidence.-Sherlock Holmes

2-The world is full of obvious things, which no one accidentally ever observes.-Sherlock Holmes

3-There is nothing more deceitful than an obvious fact.-Sherlock Holmes

4-I wanted to end the world, but I'm satisfied with putting an end to it.-Sherlock Holmes

5-Eliminate all other factors, and the one that remains must be the truth.-Sherlock Holmes

6-I never make exceptions. An exception refutes the rule.-Sherlock Holmes

7-I think there are certain crimes that can not touch the law, and therefore, to a certain extent, justify a private revenge.-Sherlock Holmes

8-My mind is like a racing engine, breaking to pieces, since it is not connected with the work for which it was built.-Sherlock Holmes

9-I confess that I have been blind as a mole, but it is better to learn late than never.-Sherlock Holmes

10. The mediocrity knows nothing superior to itself; But talent instantly recognizes a genius.-Sherlock Holmes

11-My name is Sherlock Holmes. It's my business to know what other people do not know.-Sherlock Holmes

12-The game is underway.-Sherlock Holmes

13-For a great mind, nothing is small.-Sherlock Holmes

14-No man will burden his mind with small matters unless he has some very good reason to do so.-Sherlock Holmes

15-You know my method. Apply it.-Sherlock Holmes

16-There is no combination of events that the intelligence of a man can not explain.-Sherlock Holmes

17-My business is that of any other good citizen, enforcing the law.-Sherlock Holmes

18-Her cooking is limited but she has as good an idea of ​​breakfast as a Scottish woman.-Sherlock Holmes

19-They say that the genius has an infinite capacity to take the appropriate measures. It's a very bad definition, but it does apply to a detective job.-Sherlock Holmes

20-It is a capital error to theorize before owning data. Insensibly, one begins to deform the facts to make them fit into theories rather than fitting theories into fact.

21-The more strange and grotesque an incident, the more carefully it deserves to be examined.-Sherlock Holmes

22-My horror for his crimes was lost in my admiration for his ability.-Sherlock Holmes

23-And he was never so formidable as after spending whole days in his chair, immersed in his improvisations and in his old books.-Sherlock Holmes

24-It's fine to say that a man is intelligent, but the reader wants to see examples of it.-Sherlock Holmes

25-Everything comes in a circle. The old wheel turns, and the same speech repeats itself. Everything has already been done before, and it will be again.-Sherlock Holmes

26-All problems seem childish after they have been explained.-Sherlock Holmes

27-Always look for a possible alternative and be prepared for it.-Sherlock Holmes

28-My mind rebels in stagnation. Give me trouble, give me work, give me the most abstract cryptogram or the most complex analysis.-Sherlock Holmes

29-What is out of the ordinary is usually a guide rather than a hindrance.-Sherlock Holmes

30-Never trust general impressions, concentrate on the details.-Sherlock Holmes

31-Education never ends, is a series of lessons with the greatest for the last.-Sherlock Holmes

32. The main test of man's true greatness lies in the perception of his own smallness.-Sherlock Holmes

33-Where there is no imagination there is no terror.-Sherlock Holmes

34-There is nothing more exhilarating than a case where everything is against you.-Sherlock Holmes

35-Come right away, if it's convenient, if it's inconvenient come anyway.-Sherlock Holmes

36-I fear that if the matter is beyond humanity, it is certainly beyond me.-Sherlock Holmes

37-The press is a very valuable institution, if you know how to use it.-Sherlock Holmes

38-You have a great gift, silence. It makes you very valuable as a companion.-Sherlock Holmes

"I'm a brain." The rest of my body is a mere appendix.-Sherlock Holmes

40-You know my method is based on the observation of nonsense.-Sherlock Holmes

"I'm not a psychopath. I'm a high-functioning sociopath. Do Your Research.-Sherlock Holmes

42-Confidence is a chemical defect that is on the losing side.-Sherlock Holmes

43-You see, but it is not observed. The distinction is clear.-Sherlock Holmes

"I never suppose." It is a bad habit, destructive to the logic faculty.-Sherlock Holmes

45-I listen to your story, listen to my comments, and then stay with my words.-Sherlock Holmes

46-What a man can invent another can discover.-Sherlock Holmes

47-Nothing clarifies as much a case as to affirm that it committed another person.-Sherlock Holmes

48-Only the truth sets us free.

49-You may not be a light, but you are a conductor of light. Some people without genius have a remarkable power to stimulate light.-Sherlock Holmes

A man always finds it difficult to realize that he may have finally lost the love of a woman, however badly he has treated her.-Sherlock Holmes

51-I am not the law, but I represent justice in regard to my feeble powers.-Sherlock Holmes

52. When you eliminate all logical solution to a problem, the illogical, though impossible, is invariably true.

53-Our powers, our desires, our nourishment, are all really necessary in the first instance for our existence.-Sherlock Holmes

"The truth is preferable, whatever it is, to indefinite doubt."- Sherlock Holmes

He detested and distrusted them, but he was always a gentlemanly adversary.-Sherlock Holmes

56. There is a red criminal thread in the colorless skein of life, and our mission consists in unraveling it, isolating it and exposing its most insignificant sinuosities.

Understatement is as far from truth as exaggerating one's faculties.-Sherlock Holmes

58-I was forced to agree.-Sherlock Holmes

59. I am horrified by the boring routine of existence. I long for mental exaltation.-Sherlock Holmes

"Perhaps when a man has special knowledge and special powers like mine, he is rather encouraged to seek a complex explanation when a simpler one is at hand."- Sherlock Holmes

A wise man does not always admit everything he knows. And sometimes an overly gullible friend can be a source of gentle fun.-Sherlock Holmes

62-I can not remember for the moment any mistakes you have omitted.-Sherlock Holmes

63-The papers are sterile; Boldness and romance seem to have gone forever to the criminal world. Can you ask me, then, if I am ready to examine any new problem, however insignificant it may be?.- Sherlock Holmes

It was in those moments that for a moment it ceased to be a machine of reasoning and betrayed its human love by the admiration and the applause.-Sherlock Holmes

65-Diverted readers are seldom noticed by the accuracy of their learning.-Sherlock Holmes

66. A strange enigma is the man.-Sherlock Holmes

Our ideas must be as broad as nature if they aspire to interpret it.

"That man intrigues me, Watson; Knows how to hide his emotions very well.

"In the depths of my heart I thought I could succeed where others failed, and now I had the opportunity to prove myself."

70-It's lucky for this community that I'm not a criminal.-Sherlock Holmes

71-The best way to act successfully is to be.-Sherlock Holmes

"Letting the brain run without enough material is like competing with an engine. Undoes in pieces.-Sherlock Holmes

The world is big enough for us. No need for ghosts.-Sherlock Holmes

"I'd rather you did not mention my name at all in relation to this case, for I choose to be only associated with those crimes which present some difficulty in their solution."- Sherlock Holmes

"All my instincts are one form, and all the facts are other, and I am very much afraid that the British jurors have not yet reached that tone of intelligence when they will give preference to my theories."- Sherlock Holmes

76-When one tries to rise above nature, it is likely to fall below it.-Sherlock Holmes

77-I ignore never having prejudices and docilely follow the fact that leads me.-Sherlock Holmes

"It is better that he not leave the country, he feels lonely without me, and provokes an unhealthy agitation among the criminal classes."- Sherlock Holmes

79-Every job has its own reward.-Sherlock Holmes

80-You say we go around the sun. If we circled the moon, it would not mean a penny of difference to me or my job.-Sherlock Holmes

"His ignorance was as remarkable as his knowledge."- Sherlock Holmes

"It was easier to know him than to explain why I know."- Sherlock Holmes

83. Before turning to the moral and mental aspects of matter that present the greatest difficulties, let the investigator begin by mastering more elementary problems.-Sherlock Holmes

84-You know you do not get credit when you've already explained your trick.-Sherlock Holmes

85- Possesses two of the three qualities necessary for the ideal detective. It has the power of observation and deduction. He just wants to know.-Sherlock Holmes

"As a rule, the stranger a thing is, the less mysterious it becomes."- Sherlock Holmes

"Life is infinitely more bizarre than anything the man's mind would invent."- Sherlock Holmes

88-Out of my last 53 cases 49 have been given credit to the police and the rest to me.-Sherlock Holmes

89-We balance the possibilities and choose the most likely ones. It is the scientific use of imagination.-Sherlock Holmes

90-Work is the best antidote to sadness.-Sherlock Holmes

-There is so much bureaucracy in these matters.-Sherlock Holmes

-We must seek consistency. When there is a lack of it, we must suspect.-Sherlock Holmes

Things must be done decently and with order.-Sherlock Holmes

"His ideas must be as broad as nature."

95. There is no branch of detective science as important and as neglected as the art of tracing steps.-Sherlock Holmes

"But you must contradict my point of view, for otherwise I will continue to accumulate facts about you, until your reason breaks down under them, and acknowledge that I am right."- Sherlock Holmes

97-There's Nothing So Unnatural as a Common Place.-Sherlock Holmes

98. The singularity is almost invariably a clue. The more characteristic and superficial a crime, the harder it is to bring it home.-Sherlock Holmes

99-Circumstantial evidence is a very difficult thing. It may seem to point directly at one thing, but if it changes its point of view a bit, you may find it pointing in an equally inflexible way to something completely different.-Sherlock Holmes

"But it is not so impossible that a man possesses all the knowledge that may be useful to him in his work, that is why I have worked hard in my case."- Sherlock Holmes

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